Top 10 shooters playing now

What is a good shooter? Instant answers may include powerful phrases/words such as “gun sense” or “kit customization”. Even so, achieving a coveted victory in a multiplayer qualifying match or surviving a seemingly never-ending impact in a single-player tribal mode is difficult to define this satisfaction.A good shooter often contains a lot of attractive ingredients – Exciting atmosphere, balance of weapons/abilities, pleasant arena, etc. Regardless of the style (for example, FPS, third-person, top-down), the above features are often in line with exquisite gameplay, comprehensive narratives, and new or improved mechanics. If you sprint quickly in a multi-level environment, Knock down your opponents with precision and cunning, then you will feel at home, then the ten games on this list are definitely worth your time and attention.

Split gate

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

Splitgate flew under the radar for a long time, until it gained traction after a record 10 million public test downloads. The vibrant Halo-Portal hybrid is a true Cinderella story. Developer 1047 Games began to gradually emerge in the relatively safe environment of the Stanford University dormitory. As early as 2019, we talked and played with CEO Ian Proulx, and he expressed his goal to create an easy-to-use game that is difficult to master. Three years later, Splitgate’s subtle mechanics and arcade aesthetics aroused the interest of casual gamers and professional e-sports players. In view of the decision to extend Splitgate’s open beta period indefinitely before 1047, Season 0 has just been announced on Gamescom. After sorting the backend, look forward to the full release of the game. | Our impression

return

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As our own Dan Tack put it, “Return is a relentless nightmare, and a coveted game.” Science fiction horror roguelike, Hausmark’s first third-person shooter is full of A weird sense of tension. The stormy hallucinogenic planet Atropus has serpentine leaves, ancient buildings and deformed species. You are Selene, an interstellar explorer trapped in a dangerous world. With the numerous weapons and discoverable capabilities in Atropos’ countless environments, you will travel through ruthless forests and wastelands to discover the true meaning behind Selene’s re-emergence of farmland and the astronauts that plagued her heart. In the return, death is rebirth. What will you do with each new life? | Our review

Titanfall 2

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

Fans of “Modern Warfare” enjoyed the non-traditional fast gunfights of the first “Fall of Titans”-through walls, sliding, and abseiling. Titanfall 2 introduces a single-player story mode that illustrates the fringe beats of the first game. You will play Cooper, a rebellious amateur pilot who will pass through the empire-like IMC army with his direct Titan BT. The new equipment and throwable catalogues at the forefront of multiplayer games introduce more game styles that appeal to different player levels for PVP. Titanfall 2 is a well-loved game that still has a dedicated player base. Its unparalleled game feel and epic Titan Destruction visual effects continue to be felt and remembered by people today. You can see this perfectly in the next heading of this list. | Our review

Apex Legend

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Apex Legends may not be what fans of “Titanfall 3” want, but it proudly prints the legend of the series on the sleeve. Many battle royale games have been fighting for the supremacy of Twitch, and Apex is no easy task. 18 legends, constant events/appearance updates, smooth physics and compact gun battles make this popular FPS unique. In addition, revolutionary mechanisms such as the ping system and rebirth beacons have influenced the future and classic games of this genre. In Season 10, Apex Legends continued to achieve success by adding characters and detailed map changes. A new game mode called Arenas transforms large-scale actions into intense 3v3 bite-sized duels, echoing the goal of creative director Chad Grenier, which is to surpass the battle royale formula. | Our review

Call of Duty: War Zone

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

Of course, Loot-a cash hoarding game mode that can be reborn immediately-is a great addition to Warzone, but the Battle Royale experience did steal the show. In short, Warzone is larger than its contemporaries. In a given match there are 150 players (sometimes even 200), through the implementation of Gulag duels and purchaseable rebirth to counter the countermeasures of death, as well as bounties and other incidental objectives in the game, even though the map is large, But you can still guarantee a long battle. A large number of playlists with different numbers of players-single, double, three and four players-means you can enter the battlefield at any time, regardless of whether there is a dedicated team. Like the other real-time service shooters on this list, the content launch may leave you in your seat for the next hundreds of hours. | Our review

Halo: Master Chief Collection

Xbox One, PC

As part of the remake climax of the most iconic space opera adventure on Xbox, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is a must-have. Whether you are a veteran fan or a novice, Chief’s extensive Odyssey is very easy to learn because of its streamlined mechanics (even the look and feel of Combat Evolved is solid!), unforgettable music and continuous narration. Many years ago, Bungie handed the baton to 343 Industries. Since “Halo 4” came out, the critics’ reactions have been inconsistent. Nevertheless, Infinite hopes to push the classic series in a new direction through the huge open world and the evolving multiplayer story. Therefore, the Master Chief Collection is the perfect primer. | Our review

Eternal doom

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, Stadia, PC

Doom Slayer (or Doomguy) and Master Chief are almost synonymous…except that the former likes to tear demons to pieces and bathe them in their internal organs. We love Doom Eternal’s unrestrained close combat-shotguns give way to exposed ribs and chainsaws, literally knocking out opponents into bloody chunks. The overwhelming number of enemies helps to speed up the pace of action in an increasingly crazier way; you have to keep spinning around each arena to avoid nasty bottlenecks or death. Let us also not forget the heart-pounding soundtrack. Mick Gordon’s “old, unfamiliar” heavy metal soundscape connects the entire high-intensity experience with memorable guitar riffs and evocative bass lines that match Doomguy’s sporadic heartbeat. For those players who have next-generation consoles, you can also use the upgraded version of Doom Eternal. | Our review

Destiny 2

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, PC

Can Bungie go wrong? Destiny 2 surpasses the success of its prequel. The impressive number of expansions makes the live broadcast service blockbusters unlimited replayability, and there are intricate legends under the surface of the mood festival. As a hunter, warlock or Titan, you will travel to the stars to fight against evil forces as old as the universe itself. Hundreds of weapons are available for you to use, and difficult combat/nightfall missions can reward you with high-powered equipment. But, for now, let’s turn to the raid—the typical cooperative PVE model of destiny. The raid tests your mechanical, communication and reasoning skills. Failure waiting exceeds every checkpoint; every seemingly small-scale gunfight. The mysterious Lightfall expansion pack scheduled to be launched in 2022 will usher in a new era of loot shooting games. | Our review

Rainbow Six Siege

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

The latest Rainbow Six is ​​a callback to organized FPS games such as Counter-Strike and SOCOM. The claustrophobic map full of murder loopholes, the ratio of punishment time to killing, and intuitive sound effects enhance the tense atmosphere of each game. Of course, you can rush into a defensive point with full firepower, as if Siege is your average twitch shooter, but consistent success comes from unwavering patience and keeping an angle. The ever-growing list of playable operators-each equipped with ability packs and preferred firearms-means that the meta-game is constantly fluctuating. However, if you prefer the fierce firefights of Warzone or Apex, Siege may not be for you. Even so, it is still one of the most stable competitive shooting games. Extraction is the story mode counterpart of the aliens in Siege. It is scheduled to be released in 2022 and may show the same mechanical polishing as its predecessor. | Our review

Half-Life: Alyx

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The mission of Alyx Vance and her alien haunts cannot be ignored. The prequel of “Half-Life 2” demonstrates the potential of VR technology. Literally, avoid incoming bullets and other dangerous projectiles, or do simple actions, such as reloading or interacting with environmental objects, to build immersion in a way that the controller or mouse and keys cannot simulate. Unfortunately, “Half-Life: Alyx” can only be played with VR devices, making it one of the most unique games on this list. Nonetheless, Valve’s new commitment to its most popular franchise may mean that more Half-Life games are coming soon. It is only a matter of time before the mysterious G-Man appears on our screen again. | Our review

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