The video game industry has grown tremendously since the turn of this decade, which saw us witness some extraordinary titles that pushed our imagination to the limits.
The number of open world games grew along with the industry and the last ten years brought some of the finest games in the entertainment industry, which have kept the player's engaged for several months. The abundance of the user choice along with the ability to influence the story based on the user's actions added a new dynamic that kept the players' wanting more from the open world, open narrative games.
The gaming industry has responded to the same and has given us some truly remarkable titles, which not only became a commercial success but also went to win numerous Game of the Year awards.
Let us not wait any longer and look closer at the top-10 open world games that you must play at least once in your lifetime.
#10 Mass Effect: Andromeda
After the hugely successful original Mass Effect trilogy, Bioware and EA latest instalment had big shoes to fill, and Mass Effect: Andromeda delivered on most fronts.
Set in the Andromeda Galaxy, the game follows the adventures of Ryder, whose task is to find habitable worlds for human settlements. For the first time, the game employs open world elements and executes it to perfection with massive explorable planets, giving rise to an epic space adventure.
Mass Effect: Andromeda brings in a host of changes to the combat system, giving preference to mobile combat to focus on the theme of exploration. Furthermore, this game is the largest in the Mass Effect series from the Bioware.
Upon its release, it received generally positive reviews with many praising its open world elements. However, quite a few were disappointed with the game's departure from its roots.
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