#10 Payday 2
From developers, Overkill Software comes Payday 2, a cooperative FPS. The video game takes place two years after the events of Payday with a new gang who has entered in to perform another round of heists.
You don’t have to play Payday to get into this sequel. Essentially, players are will group together and work through a series of heists. This can be challenging as you enter banks, grab the money and avoid tripping any alarms.
However, some may find the real joy is when a bank heist goes wrong leaving the game into a chaotic mess full of avoiding the police and firing your way to freedom. Of course, if you wish to enjoy the game at your own pace, there is a singleplayer campaign to go through.
I shouldn’t have to spend too much time with PUBG or otherwise known as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. This particular title and Fortnite seems to be on everyone’s playlist, but for those out of the loop, this is a battle royale video game.
As a multiplayer only video game, players will flood into the game map where the goal is to take all the surviving players out. With over one hundred players active in the map, this can be a chaotic experience and most will play with a crew to try and last a bit longer than the others before turning on each other.
To keep the game active, the map will decrease in size over time forcing gamers to get closer to one another.
#8 Killing Floor 2
Tripwire Interactive recently launched Killing Floor 2 into the market and it’s a massively fun FPS to enjoy with some friends though the game can be played as a singleplayer experience. Within Killing Floor 2, players will be forced into fighting off waves off creatures known as Zeds.
If you’re familiar with the older Zombies game mode from the Call of Duty franchise, Killing Floor 2 is pretty similar. Players will have to gather weapons to use against the enemies along with the end boss.
#7 The Division 2
Ubisoft’s The Division takes place in the United States after a smallpox pandemic causes the government and its cities to collapse. Now only chaos remains where a single task force becomes primary to deal with the instability and chaos in the nation. This last line of defense is called the Division, a classified stay-behind force with self-supported tactical agents.
Now the focus is around after the pandemic has came to an end. With the virus no longer a thereat, the government has become nothing more than a shell. Chaos reigns on the streets and in order to gain control, the specialized agents from The Division are needed now more than ever.
#6 A Way Out
A Way Out is an action-adventure journey from Hazelight Studios. This will be the second video game to be directed by Josef Fares who you may be familiar with from his previous title, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.
This is a unique action-adventure video game as it will require two players with the display being split-screen regardless of playing the video game locally or through online. All-in-all, the narrative is based around two inmates who must survive and escape a prison. Not only will players have to fight their way across officers and other rowdy inmates but they’ll have to solve a number of puzzles.