Hello, In this Article I’m gonna show you Best Open World Games in 2021. Open world games are perfectly fit for someone who has a lot’s of time. These games will consume plenty of your time, because there’s lot’s of things that will distract you, such as thrilling story line, interesting and funny side quests to a beautifull world full of activities.
5. Horizon Zero Dawn
Available on: PS4,PC
Hours of play: 60
Horizon Zeron New Dawn takes place in a post-post apocalyptic world where tribes hunt robots. The character you play names Aloy and she’s an outcast. Hunt robots, and uncover the past of the Old Ones. Ruins of the Old Ones are all over the gigantic open world. Breathtaking surroundings mean that even after you’ve hoovered up the sidequests just traversing the map is a joy, whether you stop to take advantage of its photo mode or not. There is also scheduled the sequel which goes by name Horizon Zero Forbidden West.
4. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Available: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X
Hours of play: 53
Gorgeous interpretation of 800’s England is breathtaking But Valhalla’s surprises in more ways the we expected, specifically the open world, catapults it over the top. This gigantic world is absolutely stunning, and Valhalla has a couple more things in the pocket. Ubisoft also filled all that space with meaningful encounters, going from absurd to tragic. AC: Valhalla offers a lot’s of weapons, the eagle vision mechanics, Conquest Battles, a feature introduced to the series in Odyssey, return.
3. Read Dead Redepmtion 2
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Hours of play: 60
Gameplay elements include shootouts, heists, hunting, horseback riding, interacting with non-player characters, and maintaining the character’s honor rating through moral choices and deeds. A bounty system similar to the “wanted” system from the Grand Theft Auto franchise governs the response of law enforcement and bounty hunters to crimes committed by the player.
2. Ghost of Tsushima
Available on: PS4
Hours of play: 25 (main story)
The game features a large open world, without waypoints, which can be explored without guidance. Players can travel to different parts of the world on horseback. Alternatively, using stealth allows to evade enemies and strike them silently with tools such as firecrackers to create distractions, smoke bombs to disorient alerted foes, and kunai for striking multiple enemies. One-versus-one dueling with non-playable characters is optional.
1. Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Available on: PC, PS4, Xbox One
Hours of play: 52 (main story)
War ravages most of the countryside, with bloodthirsty creatures who don’t even stick to the shadows anymore preying on innocent civilians, while others try to keep their identity secret in the human-dominated landscape. Yet that’s what makes The Witcher 3 the best open world game to play right now. There’s always something plastered on peeling notice boards for Geralt to do (for gold, of course). Stick to the dirt country roads and help villagers with the monsters baying at the door while they look at you and your yellow eyes with suspicion, negotiate with a well-meaning poltergeist in the middle of a city, or just uncover all those mysterious question marks dotted over the map.