TOP 10 FPS GAMES FOR PC



TOP 10 FPS GAMES FOR PC

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1.) COUNTER-STRIKE: Global Offensive


COUNTER-STRIKE: Global Offensive

This should be #1 permanently. Young kids started with Call of Duty. This is why they’re popular but no other game can ever defeat the original team-based FPS i.e., COUNTER STRIKE. Even Battle Field version 1,000,000+ or Call of Duty version 1,000,000+ can never ever bring this game down.

 It originally started life as a modernized port for consoles. CS: GO is all about tension: there are no respawns during rounds. Each map used is meticulously crafted to allow for myriad tactics requiring varying degrees of skill, and the lovingly modeled guns in your expansive arsenal.


2.) PLAYER UNKNOWN’s BATTLEGROUND (PUBG)


PLAYER UNKNOWN’s BATTLEGROUND

While we’re all a bit worn down by the current battle royale craze, there’s no mistaking that PUBG captured the zeitgeist. People were sick of the same kinds of shooters. PUBG changed the pace, offering a shooter where hiding and surviving is as viable a tactic as murdering everyone. With the introduction of first-person servers, PUBG makes it to the list because of its sheer popularity.


3). TITANFALL 2


TITANFALL 2

It turns out wall-running and double jumps – you know, like in a platforming game – can change multiplayer shooters considerably. Combining two different types of gameplay into one shooter – the stomping mayhem of piloting a mech across the map and the weasel-quick shooting as an on-foot pilot – Titanfall 2 never has a dull moment.

Not only is the online end of the game fast, frenetic, and fluid. Also, the single-player managed to deliver one of the best campaigns of recent times. Every mission has a new gimmick or surprises to keep you sprinting to the credits.


4.) BATTLEFIELD 3


BATTLEFIELD 3

The games in DICE’s venerable franchise have gone to many places and time periods.  Battlefield 3 is one of the most exhilarating games in the present-days. Playing host to some of the most beautifully designed multiplayer maps ever, there’s nothing quite like throwing yourself into the cacophony of grenades. Trying to storm the subway station during a Rush match on Metro. The grand vistas of Caspian Border set a dramatic backdrop for players to test their skills in a jet cockpit or behind the wheel of a lumbering tank.

Deathmatch on Noshahr Canals is a quintessential test of quick thinking and quick hands. Also, the Close Quarters DLC maps may have shrunk the size, but the intensity of defending control points in Ziba Tower is unmatched.


5.) LEFT 4 DEAD 2


LEFT 4 DEAD 2

Bonding usually calls for either beer or a mutual dislike of something, but who needs those when Left 4 Dead 2 is around? Valve’s zombie-ridden game relentlessly punishes those who shrug off their comrades’ assistance. No heroes here: voyage on ahead or get left behind, if you go it alone you’ll definitely meet a bloody end.

Left 4 Dead 2 caused rivers of tears when it released a year after Left 4 Dead. With many angered at Valve’s apparent dropping of the original despite assurances it’d be supported forever. Everyone stopped moaning when they realized the sequel which was significantly better. Also, adding melee weapons, new characters, crossover missions and more.


6.) CALL OF DUTY: Modern Warfare


CALL OF DUTY: Modern Warfare

There’s no doubt there was good Call of Duty games before the release of Modern Warfare. Still, this is the tipping point where the franchise over-cranked into a blockbuster territory for single-player. This is where the multiplayer became a household name.

Underneath all that bombast and showmanship stands a grand shooter experience. Modern Warfare is one of the most influential games ever made.


7.) CRYSIS


CRYSIS

Crytek made this shooter so technically demanding that it ruined the mission of PC gamers to be able to run it for years. The alien mountain stuff kind of destroyed the competition. The game is a sensational collision of evolved shooter mechanics, outpost clearance, and extreme technology. You must have played it.


8.) FALLOUT 4


FALLOUT 4

Fallout has never been a series that focused on the shooting. In fact, the slow-motion V.A.T.S. targeting system felt like a way of making up for the subpar gunplay. Fallout 4 changed all that. However, bringing on id Software to help make the gunplay sound, you can actually findout. Fallout 4’s gunplay is punchy and violent, while the AI make the encounters feel fresh.


9.) BULLET STORM


BULLET STORM

Never has a game so intelligence that tried so hard to look like an idiot. Rather being so screamingly funny with it. On Bulletstorm‘s surface, you’ll find a brash, sitting on a layer of the most gloriously creative cursing you’ve ever heard in a video game. Beneath, you’ll find one of the densest, most detailed, widest branching FPS systems ever devised. 

It’s the Skillshots that do it. A vast, stacking, interconnecting roster of named killing methods that can be combined near-endlessly, to create gloriously brutal takedowns.


10.) BIO SHOCK


BIO SHOCK

BioShock is about taking apart a lumbering mechanical beast with traps and every last bullet you can scrape together. Imbuing your character with increasingly lethal Plasmids, which include sending deadly bees and cyclones at enemies.

Add a tactical layer on top of the tight gunplay. Don’t let the lofty pretensions of Bioshock fool you. This is very much a first-person shooter. Just one with a fantastic setting, beautiful style, and unique weapons.

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