Our bloody Christmas fight to the death rumbles on into the second day. Yesterday, it was the multiplayer FPS showdown as Battlefield V went toe-to-toe with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. In truth though, looking through the comments it appears as if the inclusion of single-player in BFV may have been what helped swing the vote in its favour. It was ultimately a close-run thing but the sublime Battlefield V came out the winner, dropping a V2 rocket on Call of Duty's BLOP-y face in the process.
Call of Duty is barely in the ground but now it's time for day two, and it's two single-player action adventure heavyweights, both of which showcase Sony's impeccable exclusives this year.
How the community voting works
Each day at 17:00 GMT two titles will battle each other. Whichever title receives the most votes in the poll wins, and will then go through to the next round. 12 games in total will be battling away, and the first six rounds will take place from today and over the next five days - one battle per day. The six games that win will make it through to the semi-finals, where three further 1v1 fights will take place. The winners of these three battles will then make it to the three-way final to decide the ultimate game this Christmas.
Each bout will last 23 hours, and the winner is whichever game receives the most votes in the poll, which can be found towards the bottom of each article.
Round 1: Fight 2 - God of War vs Spider-Man
Here we have it, the battle of the PlayStation exclusives. Sony has certainly gone for quality not quantity in 2018, delivering two stellar action-adventure games courtesy of God of War and Spider-Man. Both Kratos and Spidey are a dab hand at beatdowns though, and this God vs Superhero showdown could be one for the ages. Kratos can rip a head off with his bare hands, or lift an 18-ton rock and hurl it into the sky, but will he come a cropper up against Peter Parker's wrist-mounted goo cannons. It all sounds a bit unfair, to be honest, but Spidey's nimbleness could be enough to take down a god. Maybe. Probably not, but maybe.
Get voting below for your winner, and remember to check back tomorrow for Day Three of the 12 Games of Christmas, where two more titles will battle it out to earn a place in the next round. The winner of today's competition will face Battlefield V in the semi-final on 16th December!