15 Myths About Open-World Games That You Believed

Open world games have their fair share of misconceptions that are worth clearing up.

Posted By | On 02nd, Jun. 2020

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Generations come and go, and though expectations around certain genres may shift, others seem forever pigeon-holed. We’re talking about open-world games, of course, which are still considered by some to be bloated and/or following the same gameplay loops. Let’s take a closer at 15 myths about open-world games that you might have believed.

Open-World Games Are Endlessly Replayable

Don’t get us wrong – many open-world games have dynamic events, emergent gameplay and repeatable quests to make them worth re-visiting. However, this doesn’t mean their content is infinite. After a point, you will be completing the same radiant quest in Fallout 4. The best-in-slot gear for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is limited, and bandit camps remain unchanged. You can only cause so much chaos in a Just Cause game and even the universe of No Man’s Sky can has its limits.


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