1. Fortnite Battle Royale

With more than 3.4 million simultaneous players on all major platforms, Fortnite’s Royal Battle mode has become the most popular game in the world in less than a year since its release. Originally published on Steam as a paid title of early access to zombie survival, which has received moderately positive reviews, the game has gone from something rather interesting to a global phenomenon that will not soon be forgotten. Besides, it is free with an admirable lack of paid systems and low system requirements, making it child’s play for players who have financial or material problems.

  1. Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is a racing game featuring the famous Crash Bandicoot and his friends who must, this time, no longer jump from platforms to platforms but drive armed karting’s to the axles. Alone or as a team, take part in arena fights, race to beat the best time, and unearth the secrets of each race track.

  1. Red Dead Redemption II

Following the previous award-winning multi-track, Red Dead Redemption II allows us to immerse ourselves on PS4 in a western atmosphere that is synonymous with vast wilderness and evil cities. The story takes place in 1899, before the first Red Dead Redemption, when Arthur Morgan and his crew had to flee after a failed robbery. Duels under a blazing sun and Great Adventure share the spotlight at the end of 2018.

  1. Apex Legends

Apex Legends is a battle royal free-to-play developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. If the mechas/titans are not in the game, they are replaced by “supernatural MOBA style hero skills, with solo and multi-game up to three teams”.

  1. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2

Tom Clancy’s The Division is an online action game in which the player is at the heart of a post-apocalyptic universe. The latter must juggle cooperation, strategy, and technology to survive in a hostile environment. Go with Division to save Washington D.C. from collapse.

  1. Battlefield V

Battlefield V is a first-person shooter (FPS) game. The game proposes to relive the battles of the Second World War, with destructible decorations and a novelty in the era of the franchise: A Royal Battle mode.

  1. Team Sonic Racing

Team Sonic Racing is a racing game from SEGA. The title takes over the universe of his famous hedgehog and marks the return of this series of games whose last opus dates from six years ago. The game is based on the concept of a team game in which one does not select a single driver, but a team of three aces of the steering wheel.

  1. Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is the first DLC of the game to be released during Season 3 of the action game. This expansion will add 40 new playable characters, new missions, and new weapons to unlock.

  1. MotoGP 19

MotoGP 19 is a motorcycle racing simulation game. Players can compete on the most famous circuits of the various competitions. They can also act as their favorite driver. To cross the finish line first, you will need to be a good driver and know how to manage the tire condition, aerodynamics, and many other parameters.

  1. Anthem

In this RPG of action, you and your friends are mercenaries, the rare people having the courage to leave civilization to explore primitive lands and face their dangers thanks to your Javelin, an exoskeleton.