Killzone 2 has won the award for 'Best Original Video Game Score' in a first for the prestigious Ivor Novello awards.
It might seem a little late, considering Guerilla Game's PS3 title released in early-2009, but Killzone 2 and its composer Joris de Man have grabbed the first award for a video game in the Ivor's history.
"The Ivors has always sought to reflect the ever-changing world of song-writing and composing," said Mark Fishlock, director of the Ivors Committee.
"The video games market has matured beyond recognition and big budget orchestral scores are regularly being commissioned."
The Ivor Novello awards are considered one of the most prestigious in the music industry, with the 55th ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London yesterday.
Killzone 2 was nominated for best video game score alongside Savage Moon: Waldgeist and Total Empire: Total War. Killzone 2's soundtrack, which was recorded at the famous Abbey Road studios in London, took the coveted prize.