Thursday, 13 August 2020

TOP 10 Xbox One Open World Games


10. Mad Max


As you explore the gritty and dynamic world of Mad Max, staying alive isn’t easy! In this passionate video game tribute to the iconic film series, players clash with deadly factions and gangs and engage in inter-vehicular combat that feels fresh, polished and fun. Collecting scrap creates options for character, vehicle and weapon customisation to make your journey through the immersive primal wasteland all the more exciting.


9. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection


Combining two critically-acclaimed Borderlands games, The Handsome Collection is utterly rammed with content that will engross and entertain for 100s of hours. This collection includes all DLC and fully remasters the beloved Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel so that they look brand spanking new, so why not explore the chaotic open-world of Pandora and its moon all over again and remind yourself just why the franchise is regarded as one of the best.


8. Dead Rising 4


In the fourth entry to the iconic Dead Rising franchise, return to the vast Willamette to annihilate thousands of the undead with anything you can get your hands on. With endless crafting options and weapon combos, the over-the-top fun never stops in this festive-themed finest hour of the acclaimed franchise! Because nothing says Christmas like smacking a zombie in the chops with a decorative Santa Claus.


7. Ark: Survival Evolved


Stranded on a mysterious prehistoric island, do you have what it takes to survive? This is a richly-detailed survival experience, with the player challenged to use their wits to hunt, harvest and craft their way through life on the island. Chop down trees, mine metals, craft customisable clothing and armours, build a home, grow food, tame the primaeval creatures of the land…The amount of things players can do in Ark is purely staggering, making this one of the finest open-world games on the platform.


6. Ghost Recon: Wildlands


Wildlands was the first military shooter to be set in a massive, responsive open world – and it is still the best. Tasked with taking down the Santa Blanca cartel, players lead a team of Ghosts (either solo or with up to 3 other players online) and traverse the vast wilderness of Bolivia by land, air and sea. With a totally open sandbox approach, players can enjoy the game their way – whether stealthily or guns blazing. Endless fun!


5. Sea of Thieves


Argh, me hearties! This online-only pirate adventure is an absolute masterpiece, as you live the pirate life in a richly detailed world, packed full of irreverent charm, colourful visuals and addictive exploration. Hunt treasure, fight mythical monsters and sail the seven seas with your crew in this endlessly entertaining adventure – and with no set rules, approach the game’s world, and other players, however, you choose. Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate’s life for YOU.


4. Assassin's Creed: Odyssey


Assassin’s Creed is one of the most successful franchises in modern gaming, and yet Odyssey – the 21st title overall in the series – is arguably the first to truly play like an RPG. With dialogue options, branching quests and multiple endings, the game feels far more open than previous entries. Phenomenal visuals and an incredibly vast, richly-detailed world make Odyssey feel like a truly special experience, while the option to play as either a male or female character is refreshing in the series.


3. Watch Dogs 2


Offering up a staggering variety of gameplay possibilities, Watch Dogs 2 takes the action to San Francisco. Putting players in the shoes of a hacker, creativity is encouraged as you take control of drones, cars, cranes, robots and more to overcome your enemies and complete your journey to expose and take down a corrupt tech corporation. Complete missions stealthily without harming a single enemy, or tool up and employ a more vicious method. The choice is yours.


2. Assassin’s Creed: Origins


In one of gaming’s largest-ever open-worlds, Assassin’s Creed: Origins gives players the opportunity to explore an entire country as they fight for the Brotherhood. From the Mediterranean to the tombs of Giza, Origins is packed with loot and collectables to customise your weapons and skillsets – encouraging the player to explore this rich and beautiful world. A truly staggering achievement in the sub-genre and one of the most authentic open-worlds ever crafted.


1. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt


Set in a staggeringly huge and gorgeous world, The Witcher 3 is widely – and rightly – considered the finest game on the Xbox One. A masterpiece of design, storytelling and combat, you control iconic hero Geralt of Rivia as you embark on a thrilling main story and endless side-quests, each of which packed with enough excitement and intrigue to rival most games’ main narratives. An essential and rewarding example of open-world gaming at its finest.



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