To compile the list of First-person Shooter video games isn’t an easy task. There are countless FPS games over the internet. In this paragraph, we’ll discuss What is FPS (just to make sure..)? First-person Shooter is a genre of video games that revolves around weapon-based fighting from a First-person Perspective. However, it shares several traits with other shooting games, which in turn makes FPS fall under the action game. While FPS remains one of the most famous genres in modern gaming, it offers no barrier between players and action. As a soldier, whether you can tear through waves of enemies or face off friends in multiplayer matches using an arsenal of weaponry, abilities, and skills. Most memorable experiences of gaming come from the shooting genre. And we’ve established a list of best FPS experiences. Whether we’re killing vicious aliens on space environments or commanding teams in secret missions, some of best games are here.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Despite neglecting the solo campaign, the game developers have successfully managed to overcome fan anxieties and offer a fabulous shooter in COD: Black Ops 4. Moreover, Players forgot about the 3rd entry of the game as Black Ops 4 appear and offer three amazing modes in the form of Multiplayer, Blackout, and zombies(Braaains!). Players partake in challenging missions that take place between Black Ops 2 and 3 respectively. Some specialists are returned from Black Ops 3. Firstly, the series introduces the Multiplayer mode without automatic health regeneration system. Whereas features both new ballistics and predictive recoil system. To offer action-packed gameplay, Treyarch features three zombie maps on release day. Blackout mode is heavily inspired by Battle Royale Genre, spawning 100 players in each match.
It’s impossible that you don’t know about this title, which is one of the most prominent shooting games. It mainly deals with FPS genre and the first main entry since Doom 3 video game, released in 2004. A remake of the Doom franchise puts you in a space marine role and you need to against demonic forces from Hell. The thrilling scenes of this game will chill your bones and you won’t sleep at night (I want my mommy..), because graphics in this game are too realistic. The action-packed gameplay returns to a fast-paced mechanics with open-ended levels. Character upgrades, environment traversals, and the capability of performing executions called “Glory Skills” are available.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
The third title in our list of Best First-person Shooter Games, focusing on the tactical shooter. Means, you can play this game from either a first-person or third-person perspective. Ubisoft mainly focuses on environmental destruction and co-op gameplay. Players can select attackers or defenders in varied gameplay modes, including saving a hostage by defusing a bomb and capturing a point. The game doesn’t introduce any campaign but don’t worry, there are a set of short missions that you can play alone. As well as, these challenging missions also contain loose narrative, revolving around recruits going through training sections to get ready for future encounters.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Undoubtedly, you may not be unaware of the success of CS: GO video game (impossible if you’re a true gamer). The 4th marvelous entry (Free-to-play) in the series of Counter-Strike released for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows. If we talk about the gameplay which focuses on two teams, the terrorists control the first team while the 2nd team is in control of the Counter-Strikers. Both teams are tasked with killing the members of opposing team while also accomplishing separate objectives. The Counter-Strikers must either save the hostages, defuse bombs, or prevent terrorist from planting a bomb. Up to eight fun-filled modes awaits you, all of which have distinct characteristics.
Electronic Arts recently released the Battlefield V, the 16th superb entry in the long-running series of Battlefield. In this game, the developers mainly keep their focus on extensively party-based features and mechanics, as well as eliminating abstraction from mechanics, and scarcity of resources. Besides, you can get access to deep customization options through the new company system. To purchase equipment and weapons you can use cosmetic items and in-game currency for this purpose, which is earned by completing assigned objectives. Several new multiplayer modes are here for you, including Campaign mode, Grand Operations, and Firestorm. Like Battlefield 1, the single campaign is split into episodic war stories, from which first three are available at release such as Nordlys, Tirailleur, and Under No Flag.