RPG, although a genre, is a paradise in the world of gaming. And if gaming is a new hobby and RPG sounds Hebrew, it’s short for Roleplaying games.
These games had seen a drastic development in technology and imagination since the 1970s, the time when the genre first came into existence.
It’s a paradise because these games let gamers transgress the physical limitations of the real world and take the player into a world of endless possibilities. Among such games is the popular game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
The Witcher franchise is popular in other media forms as well ranging from movies to books. The game came out in 2015 and is a popular hit even today.
If you’re someone who has recently finished the game and now wants more such fun to play, here is a list of 5 games to play if you liked The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
God of War
This game is a sequel to its previous part, God of War 3, which was based on Greek mythology. However, this part leaves behind the last base of its story and takes a new step forward with Norse mythology. It centres around Kratos, a fallen Greek god, and his son Atreus. The father-son duo embarks on a journey to fulfil her mother’s dying wish. They encounter many Norse gods and monsters which they must fight in their way. Sadly, it is only available for the PlayStation players for now.
Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost of Tsushima is the latest one on this list. It released a few months back in July 2020 for PlayStation 4.
It is an open-world game that follows a Samurai whose goal is to protect Tsushima island.
The game is set in a historical background dating back to the 13th century during the first Mongol Invasion of Japan. The sheer amount of aesthetics and details with an exciting storyline makes it one of the best RPG games today.
Horizon Dawn Zero
Horizon Dawn Zero is the best game for people looking to explore a dystopian, post-apocalyptic future.
But this game surprises its players with a unique take and incredible giant machine creatures scaling the Earth. It is one of the best-selling PS4 game, where players control the character Aloy, who seeks answers to her existence in the forbidden world.
For Honor has both offline and online multiplayer modes. Although, the multiplayer mode of the game appealed to the gamers through the offline story mode more than the online one.
Also, it gives players the option to choose a fighter from four different factions, namely Knights, Vikings, Samurais, and Wu Lin. Based in a medieval fantasy setting, Players need to defend their ground against other sections to secure victory.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
This game is as dark and gory as it gets.
The setting and designing of the game portray the game as something that’s going inside the mind of a mentally ill person. Also, the makers wanted this game to shed light on the perspective of a mentally ill person.
However, in the game, the players take control of Senua, who is the main character of the game and has to go through the Norse version of hell to bring back her lover.
In conclusion, the amount of attention to detail surpasses imagination, and these games keep you immersed in the world they offer. Take your pick and start playing.