1. Red Dead Redemption 2
From its amazing cinematic storytelling and stunning graphics (especially on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One X) to a vast, varied game world that allows you to fish, ride horses and participate in epic Western shootouts, Red Dead Redemption 2 is a once-in-a-generation experience.
2. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The third part in the Witcher series takes hero Geralt of Rivera all through the world of The Continent as he searches for his lost love and his adopted daughter. With what we reckon is one of the best open-world role-playing games around,, The Witcher 3 is a game players should expect to spend at least 100 hours exploring.
3. Dishonored 2
Disrespected 2 is, obviously, the follow-up to the original Dishonored. In any case, while the stealth meets magical powers and frenetic first-person action formula is intact, the game can now be played according to two viewpoints: that of the first game’s Corvo Attano or Empress Emily Kaldwin.
4. Doom Eternal
Doom Eternal takes all that extraordinary things about the 2016 Doom reboot and cranks it to 11. The game’s adrenaline-pumping first-person-shooting action is more powerful and fluid than ever, thanks to a sandbox of weapons and abilities that let you create a ballet of beautiful violence during each encounter.
5. Apex Legends
The best part is that Apex Legends is totally free to play, so you have no reason not to jump into the battlefield and see what it’s all about for yourself. The developers are continually adding new features and characters, so even if you’ve tried Apex Legends previously, it very well might be the time for another go.