As the new year approaches, our library of games expands as per usual, and for Battle Royale fans that’s a good thing. One can only play so much of PUBG or Fortnite before feeling the urge to explore other games in the Battle Royale genre. Because of how popular it is, the range of titles available online and via Steam that’s Battle Royale in design is staggering. Most are either clones or copies, but there are a few hidden gems out there that innovates beyond what PUBG or Fortnite offers. Here’s our picks of best Battle Royale games to play in 2019 that’s not PUBG or Fortnite. Stormdivers Want a futuristic shooter with a more strategic approach to Battle Royale? Then this one might be worth keeping an eye on. Stormdivers is a 3rd person multiplayer centric shooter game, featuring chaotic battles and volatile explosions amidst a recurring nano-storm that swallows the beautiful and lush island surroundings to explore. Daring teams and solo operators who are brave … [Read more...] about The Best Battle Royale Games To Play In 2019 That’s Not Fortnite or PUBG
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The Battle Royale genre has taken the gaming industry by storm. Playerunknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite were the defining titles of 2017 and both continue to increase in popularity well into 2018. They've been joined by a few new comers like Darwin Project and Radical Heights, and there's surely dozens more Battle Royale games currently in development. But does this new genre have staying power? The enormous eSports infrastructure built up around the small team vs team structure of MOBAs like League of Legends and Dota 2 and tactical FPS titles like Counter Strike Global Offensive and Overwatch is now being modified to serve the upstart Battle Royale genre. H1Z1, a precursor to PUBG, is a bit ahead of the pack when it comes to eSports. The H1Z1 Pro league is kicking off a professional tournament in Las Vegas starting on April 21. 15 teams are set to square off in a custom designed circular stage which looks incredibly impressive, even to a staunch eSports skeptic. While eSports … [Read more...] about The Weekly Raid: Are Battle Royale Games The Future Of Esports?
The previously buy to play battle royale game Darwin Project went free to play this week. The reasoning behind the business model change was that it was taking too long for players to find matches in certain regions, so to boost its playerbase the game decided to embrace the free to play model. Given that the #1 battle royale game (Fortnite) is free to play, staying buy to play didn't make much sense. Players who previously purchased Darwin Project in the past will be given a Founder's Pack which includes a bunch of in game goodies. Darwin Project is a bit different than most battle royale games. Instead of 100 player matches on large maps, the game only has 10 players per map and promises more meaningful gameplay. The game also has a unique gameplay feature which allows spectators to interact with actual players, making it a fun game to spectate. Key Features: - MANHUNT & SURVIVAL: - SHOW DIRECTOR: FacebookTwitterReddit Related … [Read more...] about Battle Royale Game Darwin Project Goes Free to Play
According to GameReactor.eu, inside sources are reporting that Massive, the company behind The Division and the upcoming Avatar game, is quietly investigating the possibility of creating a battle royale game for Ubisoft. From what the source said, Ubi asked Massive to begin thinking about a battle royale game in January. After a period of time considering the idea, the company indicated that it "could cook up something fun in pretty short amount of time" that could be based on The Division. Speculation is that The Division already has most of the necessary components already in place, though they would need to be tweaked and expanded for large-scale BR type gameplay. Read more at the link above. We'll keep you posted! Would you dig a battle royale game based on The Division? Leave us your thoughts in the comments. … [Read more...] about Rumors Say Massive is Working on a Battle Royale Game for Ubisoft
The Battle Royale genre turned from a niche game mod to industry leader in just one year. Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, developed by Bluehole, blazed that trail and hit a peak of 3.2 million concurrent players earlier this year. But what turned Battle Royale into a genre rather than a single hit was how quickly Epic Games was able to spin out their own version: Fortnite Battle Royale. Despite being second out the gate, Fortnite has managed to surpass PUBG by hitting 3.4 million concurrent users earlier this month. Despite being free to play, Fortnite has rakes in over $80 million USD per month according to Superdata Research. That places both PUBG and Fortnite on the list of top 10 highest grossing PC games. The only genre that has more entries in the top 10 is the MMORPG itself. Other studios were quick to realize to potential in this new genre. Games like Paladins and Warframe quickly announced their own Battle Royale modes. These and other Battle Royale games like Darwin Project … [Read more...] about The Weekly Raid: Are Battle Royale Games A Fad?