Hundreds of single-player titles have released over the past few years - here are 30 of the very best that have stood out.
From sweeping vistas to in-depth cities with unforgettable adventures, these open world titles have definitely stood out throughout the years.
For all the effort it takes to finish a game, there are some that ensure you're rewarded in kind, whether it's new weapons or special content.
Total sales for the Grand Theft Auto series cross 350 million while the Red Dead franchise is almost at 60 million worldwide.
Red Dead Redemption 2 has added DLSS support on PC with its newest update, and now sports significantly better frame rates at 4K resolution.
Whether you want to create images with animated elements or toy around with numerous filters, these photo modes are the ticket.
The Blood Money update for Red Dead Online adds a bunch of content, with Opportunities providing multiple paths to players for achieving their goals.
Rockstar is promising improvements to frame rate and general image quality in its open world game with the upcoming support of DLSS.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will also be available until November 1st as a downloadable title. Other titles include NASCAR Heat 5 and Moving Out.
While higher resolutions and frame rates are great, some games just look great with more screen real estate. Here are 15 such titles.
A leaked ad suggests that Sony's cloud service is adding heavyweights like Red Dead Redemption 2, Nioh 2, and Judgment this month.
Exploring these worlds was an absolute pleasure.
DYING: 1983, LEGO Builder's Journey and The Persistence add ray tracing and DLSS support, while Icarus adds DLSS and Global Illumination support.
Borderlands series sales at 70 million while the NBA 2K series sells over 111 million.
Whether it's a character's death or utter despair, these moments left a lasting impression.
The amount the company was willing to spend "came as a shock" to veteran devs.
Just when you think everything is fine, someone suddenly loses their face.
Miss out on these items and they're gone.
Grand Theft Auto 5 had its biggest year ever barring its launch year.
Oh yeah, GTA 5 is here, too.