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Best Post-Apocalyptic Games of All Time

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There’s always been something a bit appealing about the ending of the world and what happens in the aftermath for many people. Through exploring the depths that humanity sinks to when they’re pushed to the limit, This genre has had great success on screen for a long time. There’s certainly the same amount of demand for the top post-apocalyptic video games and those that let you be a part of the horror and struggles to survive.

These games are in greater demand than ever, thanks to the abundance of games showcased at conventions for gamers that focus on the end of the world and include the likes of Biomutant, Dying Light 2, and many others. Although these titles are still some way from being completed, we have an abundance of the most thrilling post-apocalyptic titles available to dive into today’s deplorable conditions. From decrepit and twisted playgrounds to more humane and contemplative games, There’s no shortage of choices for those who are conscious of their mental health.

The Best Post-Apocalyptic Games

ALEX

There’s no way to say that ELEX is the best-looking post-apocalyptic game you’ll ever play, but neither is it the least casual game. With the usual problems from Piranha Bytes, it’s a game with the potential to snare you away from experience but not so much as to stop you from enjoying its unique beauty. It’s unlike any other ARPG currently on the market.

If the entire population of Magnalan is devastated by a comet, survivors fight through the darkness and form tribes, with the most powerful of them all being the Albs. They are able to harness all the strength of infamous ELEX, and when you play as an unpopular Alb you are the one who will allow you to choose who to join next.

Sheltered

allout Shelter could appear to be the very first title to come in your mind whenever you look at Sheltered playing, but Bethesda’s spinoff’s style is more casual and edgy. Sheltered is grim and almost brutal as a result of constantly providing you and your family with tests to make it through the post-apocalypse.

It’s also a more complex gameplay that Fallout Shelter, allowing you to hunt for treasure in the wastes and participate in turn-based battle. You can create your own stories with Sheltered. If it means that you become an all-powerful patriarch, then so do it.

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

Poor Enslaved did not stand any chance. In a world that is dominated by different shades of gray shooters post-apocalyptic title without multiplayer and with an unorthodox aesthetic was never going to succeed which led to an exciting new IP being ruled out before it even began.

The script was written by Alex Garland of Ex Machina and 28 Days Later, Enslaved is a story about Monkey who is played as portrayed by Andy Serkis, as he team up with one girl who needs to return to her village despite tons of mechs on their path.

Unique aesthetics and a good blend of puzzles, platforming and even action Ninja Theory and Bandai Namco should explore porting this game into the modern-gen generation, and show it the respect it deserves.

Biomutant

An arduous open world adventure created by an extremely small group, Biomutant was a challenge to carry out to meet the high expectations and expectations that it stood little chance of being able to meet.

Affected by technical issues and some odd design decisions (like using the same voice voices for all players), Biomutant isn’t quite as great in its potential. Whatever the game’s shortcomings, this “open-world, post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu fable RPG” is full of content available without being clunky and has an experience that is unique to many other games available.

State of Decay

One of the most effective methods to live out a living during the zombie apocalypse (try to do that while drinking), State of Decay requires you to not only survival, but also to allow your friends to flourish too.

With many characters to choose from within your group It’s a constant stress when the character you love most passes away, to the point that you might never wish to bring your character out again.

The second game, however, has more scope and is possibly rewarding, it’s a bit rough on the edges. The initial State of Decay still has some issues, but it’s not hard to see beyond that when you’re moving from home to house , and collecting everything that you can, before mowing down zombies with your car while you escape.

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