The Most Satisfying Online Games of 2019 So Far
We are in the golden age of playing games online, but unfortunately, the game hailed to be one of the biggest and best of 2019 has been a tremendous flop. Anthem was hyped by BioWare and Electronic Arts for years but was released as an ill-thought-out, buggy mess. It is still in a similar state, with the developers needing to desert their initial road map of updates to cater to more pressing needs within the game.
But just because Anthem is failing the online community, it doesn’t mean that other less-hyped games aren’t delivering a satisfying gaming experience.
Your loyalty and strategic instincts haven't led you astray so far, and there's so much more to conquer.— ⚔️ Wargroove (OUT NOW!) (@WargrooveGame) February 20, 2019
Conceal your face from the enemies and get ready to display the flag of the Heavensong Empire.
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Wargroove is an adorable turn-based online strategy game on the Nintendo Switch that puts you in control of an army and its commander as you wage war for your kingdom. In the game, you can build your army, select your commander, and even craft your own scenarios and maps. As for the online elements, up to four players can enter into a battle, each taking control of one of the four kingdoms. Battling on the provided maps and scenarios is great fun, but battling in a world created by your fellow players provides a renewed and exciting challenge each time.
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Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Are you ready, Agents? Tune in to State of the Game in an hour. pic.twitter.com/7WXrI6r3u9— The Division 2 (@TheDivisionGame) 27 March 2019
Following the incredibly popular release of The Division in 2016, it was only a matter of time before a sequel for the online action RPG game on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC was released. In the middle of March, the Division 2’s release was met very favourably by critics and players alike, with many citing it as being a great improvement on its predecessor. The revamped online mode ‘Dark Zone’ is proving to be very popular among all players, especially as every venture rewards you with something new for your efforts.
As if from nowhere, Apex Legends was launched by Respawn Entertainment at the start of February as a direct rival to the behemoth Fortnite, smashing player records set by the sensational battle royale game. It offered a new and somewhat refined way to enjoy the new online gaming mode, and while many are still enjoying the game, some have noted that its charms are wearing off. As found by Seeking Alpha, Apex Legends has taken a sharp tumble in Twitch and Google data, with popular streamers moving on from the game. It is still wildly satisfying to play, and given its early success, one would assume that Respawn and Electronic Arts would commission more exciting updates to win back the crowds.
These four online games continue to pit players against each other in grand battles for supremacy, proving that despite major disappointments, new online games do have what it takes to entice the crowds in 2019.
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