The 20 Best Open World Games Coming In 2017 And Beyond

Games keep getting bigger, and we can’t wait to explore these fantastic looking titles.

Posted By | On 11th, Nov. 2016 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @supergurst


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Games just keep getting bigger, and 2017 and beyond is going to be no exception. Open world games are slowly becoming the norm and with that transition comes some titles that handle the wide-open sandbox better than others. Here are the top 20 open world games coming in 2017 and beyond.

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State of Decay 2

The first State of Decay crafted a world that truly felt like it had gone to hell, and State of Decay 2 is going to capitalize on that. The sense of dread hangs heavy in the air as you sneak through the woods at night, trying not to make a sound in case the zombies rotting ears perk up. The world feels dead and rotten, which is just how a zombie game should feel, especially one of this magnitude.

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  • Tammy

    To tell you the truth, mostly I am waiting for a Mass Effect Andromeda game. In my opinion, it can be one of the best video games ever created. Mostly, I like its gameplay and of course new characters 🙂 What even to speak about the new planet Andromeda, which seems to be so mysterious and hard to deal with. Also, I just found one really great article about Mass Effect Andromeda Trailer and other interesting details. Highly recommend to read it, before the game comes out. http://www.masseffectandromedanews.com/mass-effect-andromeda-trailer

    • drh3010

      Just a heads up, Andromeda is a galaxy. The first Mass Effect series was set in our Milky Way.

  • Just A Guy

    I was interested, but not when I have to cycle through 20 screens. Will avoid this site in the future.


 

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