Top 10 Best Games Of 2019
There are so many games and so little time to try them all. Let us present to you a list of the top best ten games of 2019 based on the users’ feedback and our own experience.
1. Borderlands 3
Borderlands 3 is the third part of a crazy RPG shooter. The gameplay tells a story of the four asylum seekers confronting two villains who united the gang clans and want to rule the world. Players will get four completely new characters, as well as old familiar personas. For the first time in a series of events, the game takes place not only on Pandora. In Borderlands 3, you have to travel the galaxy on your own spaceship, exploring different worlds and fighting against different threats.
2. Devil May Cry 5
Devil May Cry 5 is a follow-up of the famous Devil May Cry series. This time, it tells you about Dante, the Demon Slayer, his comrades, and enemies. The protagonist of the fifth part is Nero, presented in Devil May Cry 4, who again triumphs in a battle with a blonde demon hunter. In addition to Nero and Dante, a new character appeared in the fifth part. The mysterious V whose strength is fundamentally different from the powers of other characters.
3. Apex Legends
Apex Legends is a multiplayer shooter set in the Titanfall universe. Unlike other games in the series, there are no titans, but only battles between pilots. You will get a variety of unique characters. Each of them has their exclusive skills alongside the ability to act in a team. The game is distributed according to the free-2-play model, allowing players to spend money on various in-game purchases like skins.
4. Shenmue 3
Shenmue 3 is the next part of the famous dilogy, created using the investments of fans from Kickstarter. The game retained the familiar spirit of the first two parts, acquired modern graphics, and changed the combat system to a more aggressive and dynamic type.
Initially, the development of the game was canceled twice. First, after poor sales of the original dilogy, and then after the developers tried to make it a compilation of the first and second parts with the addition of cut chapters. The release of the third part was made thanks to the nostalgia of the fans and their support for the project on Kickstarter, where the game set several records and even got into the Guinness Book of Records.
5. Metro: Exodus
Metro: Exodus is the sequel to Metro: Last Light. The events of the game unfold in the post-apocalyptic world, allowing survivors to leave post-nuclear Moscow. On a steam train called Aurora, Artem and his comrades set off for a vast world filled with adventures and dangers to find a new place that is suitable for living.
Unlike Last Light, Exodus offers you not only corridor locations but a number of huge open locations that are connected by a plot. Each area offers players its own unique challenges, enemies, and tasks. In addition, all locations have an important influence on the plot.
6. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) is the restart of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare series, in which players will again be on the battlefields of the "modern" war. The already known characters have returned to the game. Yeah, Captain Price is back! Apart from that, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare also provides multiplayer gaming mode. The developers described the new product as a special gift for all of the dedicated CoD fans.
7. Death Stranding
Death Stranding is a brand new project by the famous Japanese game designer Hideo Kojima. The game tells the story of post-apocalyptic America, which was actually destroyed by the cataclysm called Death's Exit. There are no United States; only the United Cities of America remained. To rebuilt and save the world, you have to be one of the four couriers.
Courier named Sam Bridges needs to go from the East coast of North America to the West, restoring a distinct chiral network along the way to unite all the settlements. The final destination is the Regional Node, where the future president of the UCA is located. This path is not as easy as it seems. There are looters who hunt in the wastelands of America, and monstrous creatures that require special equipment to defeat them.
8. Far Cry: New Dawn
Far Cry: New Dawn is a continuation of the history of Far Cry 5. You get into the post-apocalyptic world, seventeen years after the events of the fifth part of the series. The plot consists of a cruel world after a nuclear war, where chaos, raiders, and other dregs of society rule the game. Joseph Sid, the main antagonist of the fifth part, also returned to New Dawn.
However, New Dawn is very similar to the fifth part. It is still an open-world action game where you are free to do almost anything. For example, you can attack enemy outposts, hunt, do optional exercises, or just travel on the map, admiring the post-apocalyptic views.
9. DOOM Eternal
DOOM Eternal was an extremely difficult task for id Software. To make a great sequel to a fantastic game means to jump above your own head. The game itself repeats the 1994 DOOM 2 plot raft: the fighting is no longer on Mars, but on Earth. Shooting and explosions look more exciting. Monsters are meaner, and weapons are larger, the irony of tolerance and SJW warriors is bolder.
10. Days Gone
Days Gone is an adventure shooter about survival in an open world full of zombies or so-called freakers. The game takes place two years after the global pandemic that destroyed the old world, turning most of the humankind into freakers. The protagonist, a former criminal, named Deacon St. John, roams the world in search of adventure.
Your character must develop a relationship with the few survivors, attempting to establish contact with some freakers, as well as explore the deserted cities and towns in order to find useful supplies. Days Gone offers a wide-open world that can be walked up and down without any problems. The main point is to have a desire.
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