Top five open world multiplayer games for Android/IOS
Top five open world multiplayer games
Open world games are becoming more famous on mobile phones. Game developers are opting to make the best open world games.In open world games, you can go whenever you want. Pubg is the more famous game than any other game, but it demands high-end or at least average specs mobile phone to run without any problem. If you have low-end mobile, no problem. Gerena’s freefire won’t you disappoint, you can play this game even in low devices. Okay so let’s come to the list of top five Best open world multiplayer games
Garena Free Fire
RULES OF SURVIVAL
‘Rules of Survival is a third-person shooter clearly inspired by the great PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUND (PUBG), in which up to 120 players are stranded on an enormous island full of weapons and vehicles. The last man standing is crowned as the only winner.
The control system in Rules of Survival is typical for the genre: you can move your character with a directional pad on the left side of the screen while using the buttons on the right side to shoot, duck or jump. You can interact with weapons, boxes, vehicles, or doors by tapping on the button that appears when you approach them. Lastly, there’s a map in the upper right corner to orientate yourself on the island.
Matches in Rules of Survival are played out similar to PUBG or any other Battle Royale game for Android. All players parachute down to the island, and from the moment they land, start searching for weapons, armor, and other useful objects. On top of that, the battleground is surrounded by a deadly force field that gradually gets smaller, and, if it reaches you, you’ll be killed. Of course, you have all kinds of vehicles at your disposal to flee from it: motorcycles, cars, trucks, and more.
Rules of Survival offers several different game modes. It’s every man for himself in battle royale mode, but you can also play in pairs or in teams.
Rules of Survival is an online shooter that offers an interesting premise and a very fun game experience. It’s a great title considering matches last about fifteen or twenty minutes (longer if you’re good enough), and it has decent graphics, especially considering there are more than 100 players per game’-by Erika Okumura in uptodown.
‘In Fortnite Battle Royale, you’re looking at online multi-player combat where 100 players take part in a grisly fight for survival until only one player is left standing. This time, Fortnite Battle Royale comes in an Android adaptation by the hands of Epic Games studio. In good form, none of the original scenes or game system was altered, and are left entirely intact on your smartphone.
The biggest new feature regarding other Battle Royale games is the possibility to create buildings on your game territory. Use them as refuge, search for ammo, and watch your back. You’ll need to pick up base materials in order to put together makeshift walls and ramps. Meanwhile, you’ll need to deal with an invisible barrier that goes from spanning out to shrinking, designed to keep you on your toes and in constant movement throughout each match.
Set on an Unreal Engine 4 motor, in terms of visual effects, this game is identical to its PC and console counterparts. Not only that, but its whole monetization system is also exactly the same. This game is totally free of charge, aside from for-purchase aesthetic improvements that you can pick up via in-app purchase. Better yet, Epic Games is lining up cross-play between versions, meaning you can participate in PvP battles with other PC, PS4, Xbox One, iOS and Android players.
Fortnite Battle Royale is already one of the top games in 2018. Its Android version is timed to steadily increase its massive following of online players across the globe’-by Erika Okumura in uptodown
‘Openly inspired by Players Unknown Battlegrounds; Knives Out (also know as Wilderness Action) is here to revive the genre of first-person action games by throwing hordes of opponents into the mix. Up to 100 online players melee on an island armed to the teeth with weapons and off-roaders set to gun down player after player. Needless to say: only one person makes it out alive.
Simplicity dominates in this realm, and game controls follow suit. To the left of your screen, you’ll notice there is a virtual cross pad to move your character. On your right, there’s a button to handle: shooting, ducking and jumps. Whenever you cross paths with another car, box, weapon or door you interact with it via a pop-up screen. In your upper left corner a display map marks destination points and allows you to zoom in for details on your surroundings.
Much like any other ‘Battle Royale’ title, Knives Out is heavily influenced by Players Unknown Battlegrounds, and its plot develops along the same narrative arch. Opponents free fall onto a desert island. Upon landing, you’re on the run; grabbing as much ammo as you can, on the prowl to survive. Meanwhile keep on the lookout for the force field, if it hits you—you’re dead. Thankfully, you’ll have a few vehicles on hand to make a quick escape.
Unlike other similar titles on Android; in Knives Out, there are a variety of game modes. Play in ‘Battle Royale’ mode and you’ll be facing off in a free-for-all or in team vs team combat. Nonetheless, regardless of which you choose, you’re facing off against 100 different players. And everyone has the same single thought in mind: survival.
Knives Out is an excellent online shooter. Its well-crafted premise offers a fun gaming experience. An entertaining and agile title with matches lasting little over 15-20 minutes (regardless of skill level). This time its outstanding graphics are a far cry from the PC and console games of yesteryear’-by Erika Okumura in uptodown.