Top 10 Multiplayer Games!
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Sometimes it’s not the game that shines, but the players. Intricate game-play and glistening visuals only go so far in making a standout multiplayer title; It's humans that can provide surprises and schemes that transform the average first-person shooter or puzzler into a gladiatorial showdown or co-op crusade. That’s the secret to the best multiplayer games on PC!
Here's our top ten picks for Multiplayer games!
10: LEAGUE OF LEGENDS
League of Legends gives you everything you could want from a MOBA. You can go in solo to prove your superiority over others, try to master certain champions, or hone your skills in whatever role you prefer (Top, Mid, Bot, Support, or Jungle). League is also known for there brutal Ranked system which is pretty balanced as far as winning and losing, but you always get that one player who always plays Soraka top lane... ( I totally do and always win. FACT).
Overwatch is still heavily played by a couple millions of people, from all over the world! but some might say its gotten a little... broken? Some champions are to much to handle while others lack the punch the team really needs to win. So they need some balancing to do but people still love this game, its a flipping classic!
8: ROCKET LEAGUE
Now Rocket League isn't for everyone, but it should be. It's legitimately the best game I've played with friends or with others I've never met before and we still end up having a great time! Other then getting points, Goaaaaaaal it's not all about just hitting the ball and blocking... totally is... It's about doing fantastic things that lead up to hitting the ball for that corner shot or air dribble that makes life have meaning again! More then a dozen million people play this game and its been out for over 5 years, I'd say it's killing the market skill for sure.
7: TEAM FORTRESS 2
Put on your hats, strap on your rocket launchers, and prepare to fight it out in Team Fortress 2, a fast-paced, action-packed, and comical team-based first person shooter from the makers of Half-Life 2. Take your pick from nine comical classes, each with their own unique personalities and tactical uses, including a one-eyed, heavy-drinking Scotsman, a mentally unstable pyromaniac, and a host of other wacky characters. Take part in eight different game modes, including classic modes such as Capture the Flag, King of the Hill, and Deathmatch, along with unique scenarios like Medieval and Payload! Plus its been out for 7 years, talk about living the dream!
6: Diablo 3
How many of the things you bought in 2012 are still good today? How many of them do you even have anymore? In my trade as a tech reviewer, I'm used to devices that go from new to obsolete in a matter of weeks, and in gaming, the window of novelty and joy is often even briefer. So it's nice to see a 2012 game that truly stands the test of time and even reverses the fast-aging process to actually get better with age. Yes, I've gone back to Tristram for a run around the Diablo III playground, and I'm loving it more than ever. You enter dank and dangerous dungeons to hunt monsters and gather the loot that they drop. It's Indiana Jones if Indy had an unquenchable thirst for gold coins and unique pieces of armor and equipment. I can't adequately convey how instinctive and unintelligent this whole thing is: I just see money spilling on the floor and I have to pick it up.
5: World of Warcraft
When it comes to popular games, it seems as though writers don’t feel that they have to extol their virtues. They’re already popular, after all. Instead, it becomes the trend to slant to the sharply critical, perhaps to serve as a counter-balance to that popularity.
And so it is with World of Warcraft. Fourteen years after its launch, this fantasy MMORPG is still relatively popular and has incited countless cycles of attraction and rejection among its player base. People love to grouse about it because of its prominent status, but what I see a lot less often is an open admission as to what makes the game so attractive and fun as to pull millions of players into it on a regular basis. It's definitely a roller coaster for a game at this point since its been out forever, but I have hope it will shine again so I can spend more money to play it. The Struggle.
F@#$%^& Runescape made my top 10? What the F@#&.
Well! I don't know how it happen but it did. From childhood to becoming an adult, Playing Runescape is still a thing, alongside millions of others that would agree. 18 years and I still dont got 2,595 levels, that being said you start off by creating your character, and after a brief tutorial island you’re free to do whatever you want. which can be a bit intimidating to new players as you can work towards any goal, skill, item, or quest that interests you. But, once you complete the tutorial there’s a definite sense of, “OK, now what?" Thankfully, I’m not sure there’s a game online that has been power-gamed harder than RuneScape.
3: PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
Well, this doesn't have much of a story line at all honestly. It's a Vaguely Soviet, post-apocalyptic, dystopian, abandoned hellhole, full of guns and homes to loot. You and 99 complete strangers are jumping off a burning plane just to land on an island to hold hands? Nope! Going on this island means only 1 player will live to tell the tale so 99 others die in the process. For a really cool battle Royal game this seems pretty dark right?
Whether solo or with a squad of other players, the early phase of a match is filled with tense anticipation. Dropping out of an aircraft with just the clothes on your back, you're expected to loot for weapons, ammo, armor, and health packs. These critical items litter the city centers, towns, and abandoned structures across the game's two different maps. So good luck and hope you find a frying pan.
With Fortnite being number 2, it still has a spot light of over 250 million players. Now that's hard to beat and it even has 3 game modes with there most popular one Battle Royale! which the public picks for the most entertainment. It feels strange that Fortnite was once a long-gestating game focused on defending makeshift bases from zombies. The release of its standalone, free-to-play Battle Royale mode felt like a curio at best back in 2017, an attempt to hop onto a trend.
Now, in 2019, the mode has outpaced many of its competitors, leading to footballers performing dances from the game at the World Cup final and the elderly sporting game merchandise. For newcomers, it’s worth a quick mention of the basic setup of a Battle Royale title - one hundred players jump onto a map, scavenging weapons and items with which to eliminate others and work to be the last player standing. Fortnite doesn't stray too far from this formula, offering solo, duo, and squad based modes, but its execution of these basics is what’s impressive.
1: Apex Legends
Apex Legends doesn't have as much player's as Fortnite, but its growing much faster. In just 3 days it got over 50 million players, that took Fortnite 2 years to achieve. So we can only imagine where the games growth will be in just 1 year! Of course Apex Legends is another battle royal game but I swear it's different! between choosing out of many different characters they all have different abilities that either help your team or just benefit you. Over time you’ll naturally lean towards one persona. Wraith has become our personal pick, thanks to her agile skills that enable a void jump to escape weapon fire. On top of that, height-wise she’s the smallest, meaning her hit box is significantly less than big brutes like Caustic and Gibraltar. It’s these extra details that go a long way; Pathfinder is the best we all know it!
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