In the below article, there are 10 epic video games which you can play to kill your time while you are isolated because of Covid 19. Keep on reading –
From dark dungeons and the streets of Tokyo to enchanted forests and distant planets, here are the 100-hour games that you may finally have time to master
However, now that many of us are finding we have time on our hands, it could be the opportunity we need to attempt some of the more chronologically demanding narrative video game masterpieces of the last decade. Here are 10 that should see you through the next six months – and beyond.
Ubisoft’s tale of vengeance-seeking mercenaries battling through the chaos of the Peloponnesian war gives us a vast reproduction of ancient Greece, almost Homeric in its depth and detail.
A truly weird, sometimes pretentious but always fascinating apocalyptic drama from Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima that may have looked like an indulgent purchase a few weeks ago but now seems like a reasonable and perhaps even educational time sink.
These two hugely atmospheric stealth adventures, set in a plague-ridden world full of aristocratic intrigue, offer versatile combat and evasion options as you tiptoe over rooftops and through alleyways assassinating corrupt officials. If Dickens had written interactive steampunk fiction, it would have looked like this.
Set 200 years after a nuclear war, the latest title in Bethesda’s apocalyptic survival yarn has you emerging from a fallout shelter to discover a world descended into tribal barbarity – that you can gleefully participate in.
With 15m copies sold, this is the zenith of Capcom’s beast-slaying adventure series, in which players intricately prepare for and then take part in monster battles of searing intensity. Craft your own weapons and develop unique hunting strategies through hundreds of hours of side quests and multiple environmentally diverse regions.
An expanded edition of an already enormous Japanese role–playing adventure, Persona 5 Royal is a bizarre, beautiful, anime-splattered romp involving schoolkid demon–slayers running wild in an alternative Tokyo.
Arguably the closest of all the video games we’ll get to an interactive Game of Thrones, this fantasy adventure pits monster-killer Geralt against a kingdom teeming with sadistic warriors, flesh-eating hell beasts and seductive sorcerers, but still provides time and space for amusing side quests, emotional subplots and sex. Lots of sex.
Set in the battle-scarred fantasy realm of Rivellon, Divinity: Original Sin, It is one of the most painstakingly detailed role-playing adventures of all time, providing a truly open world, crammed with quests and characters that truly react to player actions. Play it alone or in a party of four.
One of the finest entries in the defining action role-playing series, Breath of the Wild lets you loose in a truly open version of Hyrule Kingdom, making your own story amid the eccentric characters, intriguing relics and clever, physics-based game systems. An utter joy.