17 Biggest Worlds In Video Games This Year

The largest playing fields we've seen in games this year.

Posted By | On 05th, Dec. 2019

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Video games continue to get more and more ambitious in size and scope every year, and this year has been no different. We’ve been treated to a variety of worlds in games over the past several months, and many of them have impressed us with their sheer size. In this feature, we’ll be talking about some of the biggest video game worlds of 2019.

THE DIVISION 2

the division 2

The Division 2 moved away from the wintery urban apocalypse of Manhattan to sun-drenched streets of Washington D.C., and it proved to be an excellent change in scenery. The Division 2’s world is large, diverse, and impeccably designed, full of interesting things to do and sights to see, and brimming with the same level of detail that its predecessor displayed so proudly as well.


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