Thursday, 4 June 2020

Top PS4 Online Multiplayer Games


9. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne


Monster Hunter World is already one of the most popular and engrossing MMO games available on the PS4, and Iceborne has taken it to brand new heights. Blurring the lines between sequel and expansion, Iceborne comes with a new story that rivals the size and scope of the base game, adding plenty of new monsters for you and your friends to hunt down and break up for parts. If you can defeat them, that is!


8. The Elder Scrolls Online


One of the world's most popular MMORPG games live today, The Elder Scrolls Online adapts the world of the famous single-player RPG series The Elder Scrolls into a game engine more familiar to online multiplayer. While it plays very differently to its single-player brothers, the game still maintains the unique Elder Scrolls aesthetic - and fans of the series will be excited to hear that the next major expansion for the game takes us to arguably the series' most famous region - Skyrim!


7. Minecraft


Minecraft’s limitless creativity is made for collaboration. Thanks to the new cross-platform compatibility and an accessible way to set up servers called Minecraft Realms, the game has never fit better with online multiplayer. If you’re not familiar with the game (where have you been) Minecraft is a building game with a survival mode based around resource collecting and crafting. Beneath simple graphics, Minecraft has delicate and engaging gameplay that rewards creativity and hard work.


6. Star Wars Battlefront 2


Passing through some loot box controversy on release, Star Wars Battlefront 2’s launch was cursed by the headlines. But it’s a fantastic game! Both for Star Wars nerds and casuals alike. There’s so much content packed in here, it’s beyond comparison with the first Battlefront game. Nothing out there captures the feeling of epic Star Wars battles like this game, and sharing that experience with your friends online makes it even better. 


5. Borderlands 3


Borderlands 3 has a playful honesty - it’s a little bit mental, chaotic, a bit naughty. It takes all the strengths of old Borderlands games and dials them up to 11, improving on everything you’ve ever loved about them. Playing the story mode in a squad with your friends makes plenty of room for mayhem, piling into a convoy of vehicles and ripping through the countryside taking down psychos.


4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare


A reboot of Call of Duty’s Modern Warfare sub-series, Modern Warfare has a fantastic single-player campaign but an even better online multiplayer experience. Packaged with the online battle royale mode Call of Duty: Warzone, the fact it’s included here gives you so much bang for your buck - 150 players in one frantic arena running around and looting for weapons is enormous fun that’s doubled when you play with your friends.


3. Destiny 2


Bungie’s Destiny 2 is an MMO first-person shooter, set in a world of ‘mythic science fiction’ that blends together a space-age aesthetic with magic and mythology. It’s incredibly fun to play, but really hits stride when you’re playing with friends. Although it can’t be played split-screen, it more than makes up for it with hours and hours of content to play with friends and like any good MMO, infinite replayability. 


2. GTA V Online


The online component of the already fantastic Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto Online is set within the fictional state of San Andreas and lets up to 30 of you and your friends explore the open world together and take part in co-op missions. Those of you who have played Grand Theft Auto games before will know the kind of chaos that can follow. Endless co-op fun for as many friends as you can fit in it!


1. Overwatch


Overwatch defines the hero shooter subgenre, no doubt about it. Clones have come and gone, but none have done it with the quality, character and style that we’ve come to expect from Blizzard. Playing with friends totally changes the experience, and with plenty of different modes to play together with your friends including custom maps and arcade modes, it’s a perfect game to jump into with friends whether you’ve got half an hour to spare or a whole weekend.



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