Open-world games have huge, engrossing environments that entice players with countless chances to indulge in adventures. These vast virtual worlds are incredibly alluring, whether you're exploring the post-apocalyptic wastelands of Fallout or scaling ancient pyramids in Assassin's Creed Origins.
While information about Ubisoft's much-awaited Assassin's Creed Red is still scarce, this is a great time to check out other interesting open-world games.
While you wait for the much-awaited AC title which is set in medieval Japan and was hinted at during Ubisoft Forward 2022, lose yourself in these seven open-world games.
Note: This article is subjective and reflects the writer's opinions.
While details on Ubisoft's codenamed project "Red" are still under wraps, gamers eager for a Japanese setting can indulge in Ghost of Tsushima. Set in feudal Japan, players assume the role of Jin Sakai, striving to free Tsushima Island from the Mongol invasion.
The game offers a mix of stealth and intense sword combat, similar to the Assassin's Creed series. its Director's Cut edition even expands the experience to the neighboring island of Iki.
The Assassin's Creed series is renowned for immersing players in captivating historical settings. In 2014, Unity transports players to the tumultuous era of the French Revolution in the 1800s. Assume the role of Arno Victor Dorian, an assassin embroiled in political intrigue, alongside notable historical figures, to uncover a dark conspiracy.
Unity's open-world stands out as one of the series' finest, inviting players to traverse the rooftops of Paris and ascend its majestic cathedrals in pursuit of their targets using extreme parkour. The introduction of the black box system adds a unique twist,Read on sportskeeda.com