In the event that you’re looking for more Legion-like games, there are a few worthy contenders.
Watch Dogs was developed by Ubisoft, which took a lot of risks.
Innumerable, and it appears that the most of them have paid off. I really like this vision of near-future London, with all of its strange individuals, insane hacking gear, and ability to wreak havoc on the city at anytime.
It is unlikely that most gamers have had the opportunity to fully explore this hacker’s rebellion, but some truly virtual anarchists may have figured out the puzzle. So, for those looking for more games with open environments, third-person combat, or anarchist protagonists, here are some suggestions.
10 Far Cry V
So, let’s get this party started with a political thriller from Ubisoft. The only difference is that players aren’t going up against a group of far-future Nazis this time. In the heartland of the United States, they’re battling head-to-head with a religious group. It’s true that Montana has never been as dangerous as it is in this game, and the gameplay experience is nothing short of insane.
All of the usual Far Cry trappings are included, like killing animals, exploring the land and defeating psychopaths, but the game’s timely themes set it apart from the rest of the franchise. It’s not a barren island or the middle of Africa that players will find themselves in, but rather a community that seems more like home than either of those places.
Ubisoft’s AAA, open-world title about British hackers has little in common with this tiny stealth game.
That’s what this is: a revolt against fascism!
In Volume, players learn how to steal from a wealthy dictator in an internet theft simulator aimed to teach people how to steal back what is rightfully theirs.
Defeat hordes of robots, hide behind walls, sneak up on enemies, and gain control of the production line in this action-packed shooter game!
The anarchistic attitude of this game should appeal to anyone that like an open environment to their gaming experience.
8 Grand Theft Auto V
Never before has a list of the best open-world games not included at least one game from Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto series. Because it is the most latest and boasts the series’ most expansive open world, the fifth installment happened to be included in this list.
But even if they aren’t trying to overthrow an authoritarian state, the protagonists in this film manage to conduct their affairs in a similarly disorderly manner. For those who seek open-world crime and violence, Grand Theft Auto V is the perfect dish.
7 Tom Clancy’s The Division II
Action and adventure fans will like The Division 2’s third-person perspective. It may also be Tom Clancy’s most original work. As a result, the game’s foes include anything from telephonic sniper assassins to pyromaniac suicide bombers straight from Mad Max.
D.C. has been ravaged and overtaken with graffiti and vines in post-apocalyptic Washington D.C., which the game places players in. After that, they’ll have to deal with the hordes of rival gangs fighting for control of the city’s deteriorating streets. It’s an adrenaline-fueled combat every step of the way, with a range of playstyles, weapons, and stuff to be looted.
6 State Of Decay 2
The gameplay in State Of Decay 2 is an unusual mix. An action game set in a zombie-infested wasteland with an open environment and third-person perspective. Like The Walking Dead, players are sent out into the world with only one purpose in mind: to survive.
Ammunition is hard to come by and the automobiles are driven with a disdain for the laws of mechanics, and Juggernauts are known to devour entire groups of people on occasion. As a bonus, it’s also a lot of fun to roam around in a zombie-filled open environment.
5 Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
For the first time in its history, the Assassin’s Creed series has been converted into a large open-world RPG. You can count on the Assassin organization to be a significant plot point in every game. After all, this is an Assassin’s Creed game. In addition, a diverse cast of characters from throughout the world engage in a medieval-style game of political intrigue unlike any other in the series.
Raids on villages and churches will be undertaken by players under command of Viking bands. They plan to build a bridge across England’s four kingdoms. Christology, Norse Mythology as well as Pagan Mysticism will be a part of it. The open world layout is one of the best yet from Ubisoft. Even if Valhalla isn’t flawless, it’s close enough to Viking nirvana to be worth the effort.
4 Ghost Of Tsushima
For a variety of reasons, Sucker Punch’s recent venture into feudal Japan is a wonder to witness. In the first place, the game contains some of the most stunning visuals and open-world design ever seen in gaming. For the second time, it has a lengthy and gripping storyline that comprises a diverse cast of characters battling an oppressive system.
But the best part of Ghost of Tsushima is the incredibly engrossing fighting.. Between single-player and multiplayer modes, several aspects of gameplay are rearranged, including weapons, stances, techniques, armors, and play styles. Players will be drawn in and sucked in by this open-world bonanza in Feudal Japan that is adept at consuming their time.
3 Atomic Heart
To adequately depict Atomic Heart would be an impossible task. “Nuclear Punk” has been thrown around as a title to describe it, although that name doesn’t exactly cover it all. An open-world game that includes zombies, floating water, and the Soviet Union is what you’ll find in this one. Also, there’s a Swan Lake techno remix.
If you’re looking for a challenge that will push you to the edge of your sanity, this game is for you.
2 Driver: San Francisco
Driver is the golden oldie that every genuine list of games to play has to have.
Just like that, San Francisco. GTA meets Starsky and Hutch in this open-world vehicle chase simulator based on 1980’s action movies (with a little more emphasis on the carnage).
It moves quickly. It’s a lot of fun. It’s a wild ride out there. The number of mishaps is out of hand. It’s unlikely that gamers will be able to play the game unless they’re prepared to play it on a platform from two generations ago (or their PC). You can understand why this game made the cut once you play it.
1 Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Superhero story with a great setup and an expansive world ready to be splattered with web, Miles Morales is the sequel to Insomniac’s original web-slinging wonder hit. Although the story isn’t the most lengthy, and the map has been tastefully trimmed, the entire experience is open-world pleasure..
Players looking for action-packed baddie slapping, the coolest traversal mechanic ever, and a plot about Peter Parker taking a much-needed vacation should absolutely put this game on their holiday shopping list. ‘