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The 10 Best Open World Games on PS4

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This generation of Console has been all about the open world games.

Every other developer wants to make an open world game whether they have the experience or resources to make one, because why not?

That being said there have been some amazing, breathtaking and huge open world games on PS4 in this generation. Some of them from the studios you never would have expected before and if you have missed them, here are the ones you should definitely try (if you can manage the time)

#10 Dragon Age Inquisition


Dragons? Checked. A vast beautiful world? Checked. Interesting and diversified characters? Checked. Politically intertwined plot? Checked.

Dragon Age Inquisition has them all.

Developed by the critically acclaimed studio Bioware, Dragon Age Inquisition is an open world RPG running on the powerful Frost Bite 3 engine.

It tells the story of the "Herald of Andraste" a character you create and choose its gender and class at the beginning of the game just like in other Dragon Age games.

Dragon Age Inquisition has a world 4-5 times bigger than the world of its predecessors which you can explore on your feet or on a horseback.


Dragon Age: Inquisition received critical acclaim upon release, with many gaming publications naming it as their GOTY 2014.

It has a Metacritic score of 89/100

#9 Far Cry 5


Far Cry 5 continues the series over the top action formula.

It's not much of a departure from its previous two entries, but hey if it's not broken don't fix right?

What Far Cry 5 does excels in aside its excellent combat is the exploration and side missions in the game which feels far more organic and distinct when compared to the other Far Cry games.

Far Cry 5 has been nominated for Best Action game on The Game Awards 2019.

It has a Metacritic score of 81/100.

Also, read 10 Best Open World Games You Can Play in Xbox, PS4 & PC

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