If you’re a fan of FPS video games or titles that put you into the first person perspective then it’s a safe bet that there will be a number of great titles releasing yearly for the genre. We decided to take a look at some of the best FPS games to have release in recent years. In this list we have installments to much beloved franchises to brand new IPs. Check out the list of games down below as these are some of our favorite FPS video games to have released in the past five years.
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#34 Battlefield Hardline
Battlefield has been a franchise that focuses on war outside of America but within Battlefield Hardline, gamers get a taste of the war on crime without leaving the country. Instead of the military setting, the game has players becoming a thieving criminal or a member of the police Special Response Unit. Gamers will race through the busy streets in game modes that include heists, rescue missions, standard deathmatches, and even a makeshift capture the flag mode called Hotwire.
#33 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is the tenth installment in the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon franchise. This time around, the game is set in Bolivia, where the rising power of drug cartels has become a concern to the United States Government.
To deal with this concern, the Government has sent in an elite special operations unit called “the Ghosts” to destroy the cartels in question. Unlike previous installments within the franchise, players will be set in an open world environment to explore along with more freedom in how they accomplish their goals.
While maneuvering around the world will be in a standard third-person perspective, players can also switch to a first-person view.
#32 Rainbow Six Siege
Made as the successor to the previously announced and now canceled Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Patriots, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege makes our list. Much like the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six franchise is known for, this is a tactical shooter with more of an active community of players online.
Essentially, one team of terrorists will be seeking out a hostage while the Rainbow team must carefully breach a building and take down the terrorist group. Being a tactical shooter, there’s a bit more to the gameplay then running in and spraying bullets in each room.
Instead of turning a home into an active war zone, there’s slew of gadgets and weaponry made to make kills effective and accurate. There may be times of a standstill while you prepare for a take down or breach, but if you have a team of friends ready and voiced online, this game could make for endless fun.
#31 Dying Light
Dying Light was created under Techland, who was also the developers behind Dead Island and as such, there are some clear similarities between the two. However, between the two video game titles, Dying Light certainly carries a more mature tone and bleak world.
The video game follows an agent named Kyle Crane who is tasked with infiltrating a quarantine zone city of Harran which has become infested with a virus turning civilians into ruthless zombies. Interestingly enough, there’s a twist on the day and night cycle in Dying Light. During the day, the zombies are more lethargic and easier to deal with, though once the sun set’s they become more aggressive and harder to escape.
Developers have also tossed in some parkour elements within the game allowing players to easily traverse the city and its obstacles when fleeing the undead hordes. Combat as well has been changed from the melee focus from what we seen within Dead Island to gunplay, giving players an action-adventure experience.