Open world games are becoming the norm, but most of the games releasing today aren’t anywhere near as big as some of the largest ones developed in the past. We did some digging and found the approximate sizes of the biggest open world games ever made.
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Xenoblade Chronicles (70,000 sq miles)
There is something truly magical about the world of Xenoblade Chronicles. Set on the bodies of two massive titans, the story revolves around the natural forces of the Bionis combating the robotic forces of the mechonis. Both worlds are polar opposites of one another, giving the player plenty of diverse locals and enemies to hack at. The world is vast, vibrant, and alien, almost begging players to explore every nook and cranny of its open fields and deep caves.