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    Open World Games

    If you didn’t play open-world games ever before, you’re missing out on some great adventures. Open worlds emphasize exploration as that’s often one of the main reasons for having an open world in a game. Such games usually give players a huge amount of freedom, allowing them to explore the game world at their own pace without the need to rush for main story missions – in some cases you can even skip the story entirely and just focus on exploration and side quests like it was in Skyrim. Skyrim’s main story was fun but it was rather short. Was that a problem? Not at all, because the game was filled with additional content, including an option to join several in-game guilds, where each of the guilds had its own amazing chain quest – the main story was just a small part of what the game had to offer.

    A sandbox game is another type of video game that can utilize open-world potential to its limits. Games like Minecraft, for example. Speaking of which, Minecraft is a league of its own – it’s one of the biggest open-world games ever made, and not only in terms of its virtually infinite, procedurally generated worlds but also because of its huge popularity. When Minecraft was originally released back in 2011, no one could have predicted how influential this seemingly simple voxel-based game will become in the future. It turns out that players love games that allow them to unleash their creativity. Today it could be difficult to find someone who didn’t ever hear of Minecraft – it can ring a bell even among non-gamers, thanks to a vast amount of available game-related merchandise.

    For those who like survival, we’ve got good news, as that’s also one of the most common types of open-world games. Games like ARK: Survival Evolved, where you’ll be trying to survive in the wilderness, where dinosaurs roam the land, or Factorio, that focuses on creating a fully-automated factory on a foreign, hostile planet full of alien creatures that will try to get rid of you, your creations, and the pollution you’re causing to the environment.

    There are also more unique open world games, such as Kerbal Space Program – a surprisingly complex game that focuses on building rockets and sending them to explore space. KSP comes with a certain educational value as well, making it a perfect title to get some basic understanding of how part of the space industry works.

    If you’re looking for a solid open-world experience, don’t forget to also check out games like Death Stranding, American Truck Simulator, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Just Cause 3, or Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord. But don’t stop after that – there are tons of other great titles that are worth checking out.

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