|2017-09-10, 08:45||رقم المشاركة :1|
Open World PS4 Games Like Skyrim: Which Should You Play?
منتديات عميد التعريب - المصدر الأول لتعريب البرامج و التطبيقات للعالم العربي
Few games are able to capture players’ imaginations quite like Skyrim. After all, the promise of “if you see it, you can reach it” is an awesome one. While it’s possible to spend hundreds of hours in Bethesda’s action RPG, even the most die-hard fans will be looking for something different after enough time has passed.
To help give you an idea of what to play after you’ve*experienced The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, we’ve come up with a list of open world PS4 games like Skyrim. These titles all have one aspect or more of what makes Bethesda’s title so special!
PS4 Games Like Skyrim
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
If what you love about*Skyrim is getting to explore a rich world, then you'll love sailing the seas in*Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. Few open worlds are as detailed as the one Ubisoft crafted, and it constantly rewards the player for exploring it.
Experiment 101's upcoming action RPG is set to release in 2018, and features an awesome looking post-apocalyptic world to explore. It's still a bit of a question mark, but it's shaping up to be one of 2018's biggest releases.
Black Desert Online
PC players have been enjoying Black Desert Online*for a while now, but this sandbox MMO is finally coming to consoles in 2018. Those that love*Skyrim's fantasy setting will be right at home here, as there's plenty of high fantasy action in*BDO.
Set in the world of*Conan the Barbarian,*Conan Exiles features one of the coolest open worlds in all of gaming. It's currently an early access hit on Xbox One and PC, but it'll be fully released and on PS4 in 2018. Those that love*Skyrim's sense of freedom will have a blast here.
One of the coolest things about*Skyrim is that players get to choose how they play. Good or bad, lethal or non-lethal, it's all up to the player. The same can be said for Bethesda's Dishonored series, and those that love to play around with gameplay systems will have a blast with*Dishonored 2.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
Featuring a sprawling open world and plenty of different classes & races,*Dragon Age: Inquisition has a lot in common with Bethesda's hit RPG. It also has an incredible story, and is a journey well worth embarking upon.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen
The remastered version of*Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen will release October 3, and that means that Capcom's massive action RPG will get another chance to shine. It features some of the most satisfying action in the genre, and a rich world filled with lore.
Also developed by Bethesda, Fallout 4*shares a lot of*Skyrim's DNA. Definitely check it out if you haven't.
Far Cry 4
While it's definitely more action-heavy, the*Far Cry series features some of the coolest open worlds in gaming. It's also filled with scenarios that let the player decide how to deal with them, which wind up being a lot of fun.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
You can't beat a fantasy setting created by J.R.R. Tolkien. Shadow of Mordor isn't just a pretty face, though, as it also features some of the most polished action that can be found on PlayStation 4.
The Elder Scrolls Online
This is the most obvious entry point if you still want to explore Skyrim's world in another game. Bethesda's MMO*is constantly updating, and*has come a long way since it originally released. In fact, it's now one of the best in the genre.
Risen 3: Titan Lords
If you can look past the issues that*Risen 3: Titan Lords* suffers from, then you'll find a really interesting action RPG. Players are given a ton of freedom,*but unfortunately that leads to a lot of issues as well. It's one of the weaker titles on this list, and should be a lower priority.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Few games can rival*Skyrim in scope and size, but*The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt does just that. Geralt's adventure is just as memorable as any in*Skyrim, and CD Projekt RED have crafted an incredible action RPG.
We hope you enjoyed our look at open world PS4 games like Skyrim. These are only some of the fantasy epics that gaming has to offer, so there were plenty of other games that didn’t quite make our list! We look forward to reading your recommendations in the comments below!
For even more on*Skyrim, check out our review. Here’s what reviewer Daniel Bischoff had to say:
Truly, the balance between action and combat and core role-playing game mechanics is Skyrim’s greatest accomplishment. There are no stats to buff, no levels to grind to. Instead, using abilities repeatedly is the only way to build up your stats and unlock new points for the masterfully created perk system.Related Reading:
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