The 38 Best Xbox One Third-Person Video Games Of The Last 5 Years

Note: This article was updated in April of 2019.

There are so many great titles available on the Microsoft Xbox One platform. In this list, we’re going to showcase the best third-person video games available on the console. While this could open up a massive library of video game titles to pick through, we are limiting this particular list to only cover the top games available within the past five years.

Likewise, we are not sticking to any particular subgenre within the third-person genre. This is purely our personal favorite third-person video game titles that are available on the Xbox One platform. Check out our picks for the best thirty third-person video games on the Xbox One listed down below. Additionally, let us know your favorite third-person video game is for the Xbox One platform by leaving us a comment.

#38 Warframe

  • Developer: Digital Extremes
  • Publisher: Digital Extremes

Developed by Digital Extremes, Warframe is a cooperative free-to-play third person shooter that puts players in teams of four highly sophisticated Tenno commandos to take on a host of enemies throughout the solar system. Players can engage foes in melee and ranged combat through a variety of weapons.

The game is as mentioned earlier a free-to-play title which can give players a similar gameplay experience to something such as the Destiny franchise from developers Bungie. With that said, players don’t have to rely on friends to jump on and play through the campaign as you can enjoy the game alone or with other online gamers.

#37 Mafia III

  • Developer: Hangar 13
  • Publisher: 2K Games

Mafia III is currently the latest installment to the Mafia franchise. The video game follows a new protagonist, Lincoln Clay, who returns home after serving his country in the Vietnam War. It’s only until he arrives home that he learns of his parents are leaving New Bordeaux to live out west in California.

New Bordeaux has become a dangerous place to live due to on-going battles between mobs and gangs. This opens up a new life for Lincoln Clay where he goes into working with various mobs and gangs thanks to the useful skills he had acquired through war.

However, depending on the tasks completed and gangs affiliated, Lincoln Clay may find himself easily against the good graces of his alliance.

#36 State of Decay 2

  • Developer: Undead Labs
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Overall, State of Decay 2 is a zombie-survival game that lets players have their own unique story. While battling zombies is very much a key aspect of the upcoming title release, players are encouraged to work together in setting up their own community that’s able to successfully take out the undead threat.

The previous installment release saw a number of different zombie subtypes which had unique abilities about them. For instance, certain zombies would make more noise to attract a horde while others could be larger and more powerful to defeat.

#35 Just Cause 3

  • Developer: Avalanche Studios
  • Publisher: Square Enix

Just Cause 3 is the third game in the long-running Just Cause series of third-person action games. Offering a vast open world setting on a fictional Mediterranean island known as Medici, series protagonist Rico Rodriguez returns, this time to oust a dictator named General Di Ravello from power.

The game’s map size has been confirmed to be similar to that of Just Cause 2, offering 400 square miles of content–but with increased verticality. This game installment also marks as not only the biggest but most over-the-top entry to date.

#34 Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

  • Developer: Konami
  • Publisher: Konami

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was an interesting video game as it released initially released as a prologue for Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain. This is a stealth title where players will once again pick up the role as Snake during the year 1975.

Within the game, Snake is on a task to infiltrate an American black site in Cuba in order to rescue hostages. We won’t spoil the story for you as its relatively short especially compared to the Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain release. However, if you enjoyed the past Metal Gear Solid installments then you can expect the same overall tone and vibe.

#33 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands

  • Developer: Ubisoft Paris
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will be 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. Unlike previous installments within the franchise, players will be set in an open world environment to explore and execute their given tasks.

#32 Resident Evil 4

  • Developer: Capcom
  • Publisher: Capcom

Resident Evil 4 was a pretty big change in comparison to the past main installments. Within the game, players take the role of Leon S. Kennedy who is sent out on a mission to recover the president’s daughter Ashley Graham.

This takes players to a rural area of Spain where most of the villagers are cursed with a virus that turned them into zombie-like creatures. Mechanically, the gameplay was the drastic difference with Resident Evil 4 and despite being a risky move for the franchise, the reception to the gameplay was overwhelmingly positive.

Losing out on the “tank” style controls, Capcom opted to bring players more into the action by giving an over-the-shoulder view that not only helped in maneuvering around the map but combat was very fluid.

#31 Mass Effect: Andromeda

  • Developer: BioWare
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts

The latest installment of the Mass Effect franchise, Mass Effect: Andromeda, takes place hundreds of years after the events of Mass Effect 3. Set within the Andromeda Galaxy, players take on the role of an N7 Special Forces soldier, more specifically, a Pathfinder.

These Pathfinders are an operative task force that is in charge of discovering new planets for the Human species to colonize. While the game might not have been the most successful titles to launch within the Mass Effect franchise, the title is relatively cheap now and may well be worth going into if you have yet to play it.

#30 Quantum Break

  • Developer: Remedy Entertainment
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Quantum Break by development team Remedy Entertainment is part third-person shooter and part live-action series. The story of Quantum Break revolves around a fictional university within the United States. After a time travel experiment goes awry three present witnesses become stricken with time manipulating abilities.

For instance, our main protagonist, Jack Joyce, has the unique ability to stop time while Quantum Break’s antagonist Paul Serene holds the ability to see into the future allowing him to decide on present day choices.

Players find themselves being hunted down by a corporation founded by Paul Serene but in order for players to get the full story and background of what is going on within Quantum Break, they’ll have to turn towards the live-action series. A total of four episodes, running less than thirty minutes long, will showcase more information of what is going on within the story while also allowing players to manipulate how the story continues. At the end of each episode, viewers will be able to select a choice, one that will affect how the live action series continues along with the game.

#29 The Walking Dead: The Final Season

  • Developer: Telltale Games, Skybound Games
  • Publisher: Telltale Games, Skybound Games

The Walking Dead: The Final Season almost didn’t come out fully as midway into the video game development, Telltale Games closed its doors and this installment was left in limbo. Luckily, Skybound Games stepped up and brought out the final episodes of the game. As the name suggests, this is meant to be the closing season of The Walking Dead for the protagonist throughout the series, Clementine. If you have to enjoy the past titles then we highly recommend going back and checking this franchise out.

#28 Tom Clancy’s The Division

  • Developer: Massive Entertainment
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

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 one force may be the last line of defense when it comes to bringing back the stability and peace throughout the nation. This last line of defense is called the Division, a classified stay-behind force with self-supported tactical agents.

Taking place in New York City, players traverse the city as they team up with other Division agents to clear out the infected and protect the innocent, however, throughout the game, the Division agents find themselves in a worldwide conspiracy leading them to a group responsible for unleashing the deadly virus.

#27 Sunset Overdrive

  • Developer: Insomniac Games
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Sunset Overdrive is a vibrant and colorful third-person action-adventure title. In the game, players are tossed into the not so distant future of 2027 where the world has become a dystopia in control by mutants. Within the game you take the role of a FizzCo employee who is tasked with cleaning up the mess in the city after the launch of a new energy drink developed by the mutants.

There is a big focus on speed and parkour movements as you battle against enemies while traversing the city. Currently there is no word of a sequel in the works. Instead, the developers have expressed an interest in crafting Sunset Overdrive 2 though they would require a new publisher.

#26 Final Fantasy XV

  • Developer: Square Enix Business Division 2
  • Publisher: Square Enix

Final Fantasy XV is an action role-playing video game and the fifteenth main installment to the Final Fantasy franchise. Overall the story of Final Fantasy XV will center between two empires that have declared war, Lucis and Nifheim, though after Nifheim successfully captures the kingdom’s crystal of Lucis, a group of friend’s sets out to regain it.

Players take control of Noctis, prince of Lucis, who teams up with his fellow friends in a grand journey against a massive empire force. The game is also set in an open world environment with available quests and collectibles to gather.

#25 Tom Clancy’s: The Division 2

  • Developer: Massive Entertainment
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

The Division 2 takes place just a few months before a year after the events of the first installment. Instead of ridding The United States of America with a disease and terrorism, agents within The Division are forced into battle the government. Much of the nation has been cleared which resulted in the government groups to rise and set up strict rules. Now with innocent civilians dealing with uncertain futures, The Division must start a new civil war.

#24 Watch Dogs 2

  • Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

Watch Dogs 2, much like the first installment of the Watch Dogs franchise, is set in an open-world environment. Players take on the role of Marcus Holloway, a hacker that is affiliated with the infamous hacking group DedSec.

Set in San Francisco, the city starts to roll out the Central Operating System, otherwise known as ctOS, which allows everyone and everything to be connected. After Marcus Hollow is framed for a crime and ctOS recognizing him as a suspect, Marcus opts to work with DedSec to take down the system while also freeing innocent citizens of being ruled by the privacy invading city security system.

#23 Kingdom hearts 3

  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Publisher: Square Enix

Kingdom Hearts III finally came out into the marketplace in 2019. The game was highly anticipated as Square Enix took years to bring out the third installment. Of course, this game franchise is known for a complex narrative thanks to the side story game releases, but you will get a good recap of what you need to know if you jump right into the third installment. Regardless, this single player video game follows Sora and his gang as he embarks on a journey that takes him to a wide range of Disney themed worlds such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Toy Story, and Frozen. Overall, the game will have players collecting keyblades and stopping the heartless and bringing back a peaceful state. If you enjoy action RPG titles then this is one game you should consider picking up.

#22 Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

  • Developers: Ubisoft
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

Assassin’s Creed latest installment is known as Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. The video game is set in 431 BCE where players will have the choice of being a mercenary that fights for Athens and the Delian League or the Peloponnesian League led by Sparta. Either way, players will be a descendant of Spartan King Leonidas I during the Peloponnesian War.

Much like the previous Assassin’s Creed installments, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will feature a modern day protagonist as well. Ubisoft will be reintroducing players to Layla Hassan who was present during Assassin’s Creed Origins.

#21 Gears of War 4

  • Developer: The Coalition
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

The Gears of War franchise has been popular since it first debuted on the Xbox 360. Years later the game series received its fourth main installment that followed years after the events of Gears of War 3.

Players this time around took control of J.D. Fenix, the son of Marcus Fenix, who is a member of the COG army. With the world out of fossil fuels and new terrors lurk outside of city sanctuaries, COG must continue to keep humanity safe. However, new rebellious groups seeks a world that is rid of the COG reign.

#20 Hitman

  • Developer: IO Interactive
  • Publisher: Square Enix

Hitman, from developers IO Interactive, is the sixth entry in the Hitman series, and outside of the prologue, the video game takes place seven years after the events of Hitman: Absolution. Furthermore, this is an episodic video game title that holds a total of six episodes, with the first season containing all of the episodes available today.

Much like previous installments, players will be taking on the role of Agent 47, a genetically enhanced assassin, as he travels to international locations to eliminate specific targets. Each episode is more of an open-world sandbox environment where players will have to explore, infiltrate, eliminate a target, and leave without being noticed or killed.

#19 Hitman 2

  • Developer: IO Interactive
  • Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

If you enjoyed the Hitman video game release back in 2016 then you won’t want to miss out on its sequel. Hitman 2 will continue on with the narrative journey left off in the previous installment. Players will once again step into the role of Agent 47 where he will be taking on contracts and killing off the designated targets. However, the overall goal in Agent 47’s mind is taking out the Shadow Client from the previous video game storyline.

There is also another change up from the past title and that this time around players will not have to deal with an episodic release. Unlike Hitman, Hitman 2 will have a more standard video game launch with the entire game being available right from its release. However, the game will still be supported post-release as developers IO Interactive will be delivering DLC expansions.

Gameplay will still be the same where Agent 47 will have to blend into his environment in order to stealthily take down his target.

#18 Assassin’s Creed Origins

  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

Assassin’s Creed: Origins is the latest installment within the Assassin’s Creed series. Players are taken to the end of the Ptolemaic period in Egypt as they witness the origins of the long driven conflict between the Brotherhood of Assassins and the Templar Order. Being an Assassin’s Creed game, you can expect a heavy emphasis on stealth with Origins being more opened world to explore during your game progression.

This is also one of the more highly regarded Assassin’s Creed installments for the franchise. Likewise, because the game sets up the story between the Assassin’s and Templar Order you won’t have to play any of the past installments to really enjoy the game.

#17 Dragon Age: Inquisition

  • Developer: BioWare Edmonton
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts

The third major installment to the Dragon Age franchise, Dragon Age: Inquisition is an action role-playing video game where players take on the role of an Inquisitor who is on a grand journey to deal with the civil unrest in the continent of Thedas.

While developers have set the game to be on the same continent of the past two installments, exploration for Dragon Age: Inquisition is rather massive in comparison. For instance, it’s been noted that the game features a map that is already five times larger than the setting of the first installment of the series. With all that said, you’ll want to set aside some time to really dive into the video game.

#16 Fortnite

  • Developer: Epic Games
  • Publisher: Epic Games

Fortnite is a major title lately as it is gathering gamers from all ages to battle against one another in a grand battle royale. This is also one of the games to really put the battle royale game mode into a more center focus today. For those who are unfamiliar with the game mode, players are often chucked into a massive map where they must gather resources and attempt to be the last man standing. As the game progresses, the map size shrinks forcing players to enter close combat towards the end.

While the game features a cooperative game mode known as Fortnite: Save The World, the real game mode that is flocking new and veteran players daily is Fortnite: Battle Royale. However, if you would like to know more about Fortnite: Save The World game mode then you can check out our video coverage above.

#15 Life is Strange

  • Developer: Dontnod Entertainment
  • Publisher: Square Enix

Developed by Dontnod Entertainment, Life is Strange is a fantastic interactive episodic series, that plays out similarly to Telltale Games releases. The narrative journey follows Max Caulfield who returns to Arcadia Bay in order to take part in a photography class. With Arcadia Bay being her old hometown, Max finds herself reconnecting with her past best friend, Chloe Price who was left in shambles after Max moved away.

Max finds herself with a new power of rewinding time and with it, the duo seek out to solve a dark mystery that is surrounding the town along with a premonition of a massive destructive storm.

#14 Monster Hunter: World

  • Developer: Capcom
  • Publisher: Capcom

The Monster Hunter franchise is consistently growing and with each new installment a number of new gamers explore the monster filled worlds development studio Capcom has crafted. Monster Hunter: World is the fifth main installment to the franchise and as you can expect, there will be a number of notable updates.

For instance, Capcom has placed larger maps, a more seamless experience between zones and what’s a Monster Hunter video game without the ability to hunt with friends? Outside of the offline campaign, the game will allow a four-player online co-op opportunity.

#13 Dark Souls 3

  • Developer: FromSoftware
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment, FromSoftware

The fourth overall entry to the Souls series, Dark Souls III was marked as publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment’s fastest selling game, with a whopping three million copies sold worldwide in just two months after release.

If you enjoyed the previous installments of the Souls series then you won’t want to miss out on picking up Dark Souls III. Without getting too in-depth with the story, the game opens up with the Kingdom of Lothric. Players learn that the First Flame is dying out, which if extinguished, the Age of Dark would be upon the world leaving undead and cursed beings to rise.

The Age of Fire could be prolonged with the linking of the fires, which previously cost heroes to sacrifice their souls to kindle the First Flame. However, Prince Lothric has chosen to watch the flame die off.

#12 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

  • Developer: Eidos Montreal, Feral Interactive
  • Publisher: Square Enix, Feral Interactive

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided takes place in 2029, exactly two years after the events of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Players will once again step into the shoes of Adam Jensen as he seeks out the Illuminati, a group that was responsible for the Aug Incident of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

As noted, Deus Ex: Human Revolution presented gamers with the Aug Incident, an event where augmented humans became uncontrollable and lethally violent. This was due to a hacker group is known as Illuminati who implanted technology that would allow the ability to control these affected humans.

Adam Jensen is an augmented former private security officer that is now working with a special Interpol unit known as Task Force 29. This task force seeks to capture terrorist groups that use augmentations against the innocent. However, Jensen is also working in secrecy with a hacking group known as Juggernaut Collective that is currently seeking members of the Illuminati.

#11 Rise of the Tomb Raider

  • Developer: Crystal Dynamics
  • Publisher: Square Enix

Tomb Raider has been around for years since its release on the original PlayStation. However, developers Crystal Dynamics gave the video game title a proper reboot showing Lara Croft as a vulnerable young woman trapped alone on a hostile island during the 2013 release of Tomb Raider.

It’s through this adventure title that Lara Croft becomes the famed tough Tomb Raider who must stop supernatural entities and opposing forces while using the element of surprise to her advantage.

Rise of the Tomb Raider tells the story of Lara Croft who has become labeled insane with the organization Trinity covering up the events that took place in Yamatai. Now to prove she’s not insane, Lara Croft must make her way into the ancient city of Kitezh.

What the city contains may prove to be something of use in order to prove to those who’ve doubted her. Unlike Tomb Raider, this latest installment has Lara Croft with a few well-tuned skills in which she can put to use.

#10 Fallout 4

  • Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

If you’re a fan of the Fallout franchise then it’s likely you’ve already picked up the latest release. However, if you’re completely new to the series, Fallout 4 still marks as a great first entry. Set during the events of a nuclear war, players manage to escape annihilation by being secured safely inside a protective vault. Players are then awoken hundreds of years later to a world that is nothing more than decay.

Each installment to the Fallout franchise manages to bring out an incredible wasteland to explore and Fallout 4 is no exception to that trend. You’ll come across old ruins, new structures, and a fleshed out cast of characters to meet along your journey.

#9 Nier: Automata

  • Developer: PlatinumGames
  • Publisher: Square Enix

Nier: Automata is a sequel to the 2010 video game release known as Nier, a spin-off title from the Drakengard series. Overall, the story is set within a proxy war between machines developed by alien invaders and the last surviving members of humanity.

Through the game progression we’ll learn more about our protagonist android who is tasked int saving a world for the human race. Still not persuaded on picking up Nier: Automata? Take a look of our detailed breakdown of the game within with our Before You Buy series upload right up above.

#8 Telltale The Walking Dead

  • Developer: Telltale Games
  • Publisher: Telltale Games

Telltale Games are incredible at delivering a fantastic narrative journey for players to dive into. Oftentimes the developers will seek out established IPs and deliver a new story for gamers which is the case of The Walking Dead.

Within Telltale Games The Walking Dead players are tossed into The Walking Dead universe where a convict by the name of Lee Everett escapes his ride to prison after the outbreak floods the world. During his journey into town, Lee stumbles upon a little girl named Clementine who he quickly takes on the role of a guardian.

This is a touching story filled with tough choices all of which will affect characters and narrative outcomes. Likewise, this series is still going strong today with the fourth season of the game slated to launch later this year.

#7 Resident Evil 2

  • Developer: Capcom
  • Publisher: Capcom

Capcom has been an iconic video game development studio over the years and its brought out some incredible IPs. One of which was Resident Evil, a title we definitely feature heavily here on this list and as iconic as this series is, there was no surprise when the development team decided to handle remakes. Unfortunately for gamers, most of the remakes were spent on the original title and while that’s not a bad thing, for fans of the series, there have been plenty of vocal pleas for developers to bring out a remake of its sequel, Resident Evil 2. Well, it took a few years but Capcom did just that and delivered gamers a remake of Resident Evil 2 for current generation platforms. This remake does exactly what Capcom did with the original installment.

Resident Evil 2 the remake brought in an overhaul to the visuals which made the game look fresh and defined. However, there were some changes to the game overall such as the game mechanics such as removing the tank controls that were standard years ago to a more acceptable third-person mechanics found in today’s latest releases. What hasn’t changed is the storyline so players will still follow a narrative that follows both Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield as they attempt to escape the now fully infested Raccoon City.

#6 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

  • Developer: FromSoftware
  • Publisher: Activision

FromSoftware, known best for their Souls series, has a brand new IP out in 2019 known as Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. This is a third-person RPG title with brutal samurai-style swordplay. Players take the role of a shinobi who finds his lord was kidnapped. During the scuffle, our protagonist was left battered along with his arm severed.

Thanks to a busshi our shinobi manages to keep his life. In place of his missing arm is a prosthetic that players will be able to equip different gadgets and tools to use again enemies. Most of the RPG elements from the Souls series such as classes and character creation will be dropped. Stealth can also play  a bigger role in the game but overall the game has been a bit easier to manage then the Souls installments.

#5 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

  • Developer: Capcom
  • Publisher: Capcom

Fans of western RPGs will no doubt have played at least one of the Witcher games. This series of Polish games based on the works of Andrzej Sapkowski has gained a lot of fans over the years, mainly thanks to its complex world, stories, incredible graphics and deep gameplay systems.

The third and final installment in the series sees a much older Geralt of Rivia – one of the titular Witchers – as he deals with the invasion of the Northern Kingdom by the Nilfgaard Empire and the otherworldly threat of the Wild Hunt. Offering a massive open world, hours upon hours of story content and sidequests, tons of NPCS to interact with and monsters to hunt, this title will keep you busy for quite some time.

#4 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

  • Developer: Konami
  • Publisher: Konami

Taking place after the events of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, players can enjoy the last installment of the beloved franchise in which was directed under Hideo Kojima. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain follows Snake as he goes through a new mission that takes him to a Soviet-occupied Afghanistan territory.

During the journey, Snake seeks his revenge on those who destroyed his forces during the ending of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, however, to do so, Snake will be exploring an open world environment. For fans of the franchise, this latest installment is seen to be a bit different in terms of the gameplay with this time around, developers allow the players a little more freedom when it comes to how they can complete an objective.

#3 Gears of War: Ultimate Edition

  • Developer: Epic Games
  • Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

Gears of War was a breakout video game franchise for the Xbox 360. The video game takes place in an apocalyptic war where humanity is pinned against an alien type race known as the Locust Horde. Players step into the role of Marcus Fenix, a COG soldier attempting to save the human race in a long brutal battle. If you missed out on the video game when it first released then you may want to check into the Ultimate Edition which released as a remake of the first title.

This edition of the game also comes loaded with additional campaign content that was only available for the PC platform. Additional there will be new game modes, maps, and collectibles that were not previously available for Gears of War when it initially released.

#2 Grand Theft Auto V

  • Developer: Rockstar North
  • Publisher: Rockstar Games

Grand Theft Auto V is by and large one of the biggest open world titles ever developed and it really fleshes out the city of Los Santos. Players take control of three protagonists this time around with narratives dealing with old kept secrets and new beginnings. Outside of the cast of characters featured within the main campaign, Los Santos acts as the setting for the online component known as Grand Theft Auto Online.

Online, gamers can face against each other in a wide variety of game modes, join together and complete missions or even decide to wreak havoc while fleeing the police. Years after its initial release, Grand Theft Auto V continues to be a popular video game to play.

#1 Red Dead Redemption 2

  • Developer: Rockstar Studios
  • Publisher: Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games has crafted up a number of incredible pieces of work. Their beloved long-running series Grand Theft Auto, the single IP release of Bully, and of course their old western series, Red Dead Redemption just to name a few. Red Dead Redemption has a massive following and gamers all over the world have been waiting for a new installment.

Within Red Dead Redemption 2 players take the role of Arthur Morgan who finds himself on the run from the law with his fellow members of the Van der Linde gang. Outside of being another western adventure full of gun battles and forming your protagonist as a law abiding citizen or morally corrupt outlaw, the game also sets players on a massive open world. This open world environment will also feature a variety of landscapes, wildlife and interesting characters.