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Experts Tell Us the Best FPS Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best FPS Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

CounterStrike Global offensive

This product was recommended by Aksara NKR from MeshPie

This game is like the ABC of FPS gaming. Every FPS gamer you see now would have atleast played this game once in their life.

Valorant

This product was recommended by Aksara NKR from MeshPie

This is one of the recently launched FPS games that is dominating the FPS scene. With a mix and match from the game called overwatch and put it together as a game is valorant. With different abilites and solid esports scene, this is a good game.

Call of Duty: Vanguard

This product was recommended by Ivan Marusic from LeagueFeed

Call of Duty: Vanguard is arguably one of my best military-themed games. I love playing it with my friends because the games come with amazing multi-player options. Based around World War II, Call of Duty Vanguard offers the player a slice of different geographical areas, and sensational combat experience. The action on other similar games may peak and ebb, but not so with Call of Duty; Vanguard. Essentially, this game is all about the adrenaline and the action from the word go. In my opinion, non-stop combat is its biggest strength.

LEAP

This product was recommended by Dan Troha from Draftsim

LEAP is a brand new FPs game from Blue Isle Studios coming soon to Steam. I love the futuristic mercenary theme but set in the background of more traditional architecture and terrain. You battle in teams and with up to sixty players in total in a single game. The cool tech includes jetpacks, hoverboards and futuristic vehicles. It will soon be out on early access for PC, PS4 and PS5!

Cyberpunk 2077

This product was recommended by Ryan Yount from LuckLuckGo

Cyberpunk 2077 is an excellent first-person shooter game where players get to join a substantial open Night City world with new features that bring the best visuals and story-depth. This game makes players become legendary urban mercenaries enhanced with cybernetic technology that builds a player’s reputation in the streets. In the game, you will become cyberpunk V, an outlawed mercenary charged with the task of going after a unique implant that is the key to immortality.

Prey

This product was recommended by Ryan Yount from LuckLuckGo

Prey is one of the most thrilling first-person shooter games this year. In this game, you will find yourself aboard the space station orbiting the moon, Talos, in the year 2032. The premise of this game is you are the main subject of an ongoing experiment that will change the cause of humanity forever, but the worst happened. As the protagonist, you are left to battle against hostile aliens that have overrun the space station and are hunting you. You will re-live the nostalgic moments brought by classic sci-fi thrillers like Alien and The thing with this fantastic game.

Battlefield V

This product was recommended by Matthew Paxton from Hypernia

Battlefield V does not significantly alter the first-person-shooter landscape, but what is included in this bundle is extremely nice. The EA DICE-created game has a stunning World War II setting and lightning-fast action that will keep you running and firing for hours. Battlefield V has all of the trademarks of a modern first-person shooter, including respectable single-player content (War Stories) and innovative multiplayer action (Grand Operations). Firestorm, the game’s squad-based battle royale mode, enables up to 64 players and brilliantly displays the series’ distinctive environmental destruction.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

This product was recommended by Matthew Paxton from Hypernia

Of course, we had to include a game from this renowned series on our list of the top FPS games, and Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War wins. The game departs from the series’ usual linear style, allowing you to choose which missions to take on and when, as well as how much time you want to spend digging for supplementary intel. As you pursue Soviet atomic spy Perseus, the campaign primarily relies on its 1980s backdrop and mixes fact and fiction. The multiplayer has plenty to offer as well, with classic game modes, a new 40 player Fireteam mode, a new Zombies storyline called Dark Aether, and, in a wise move by Activision, the multiplayer progression system ties in with whatever you’re up to in Call of Duty: Warzone, which is also on this list.

Insurgency: Sandstorm

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

A realistic-looking team-based shooter. It does away with modern-day FPS comforts like hit marks and kills confirmation notifications, giving it a whole new feel. Having to visually validate your kills – pumping a few more bullets into your adversaries just to make sure they’re still alive – puts you in the ideal frame of mind for how you should play Sandstorm: very carefully. It favors patience and precision over risk-taking, and you’ll die if you’re caught out of position, so stay in cover and make sure you’re communicating with your squad. It also looks and sounds incredible, and no other game has ever captured the horrors of war more effectively.

FEAR

This product was recommended by Olivia Tan from CocoFax

It was billed as a cerebral sci-fi horror game, but FEAR (and its two sequels) is best when you play it as a pure shooter. Gunfights are cinematic spectacles, with smoke trailing bullets, windows, and walls disintegrating around you and grenades sending bodies flying. It has some of the most memorable weapons in any shooter, of which the best is the 10mm HV Penetrator, also known as the stake gun. It spits out steel spikes that can pin enemies to the floor, walls, or each other. Nail an enemy goon in the head just right and you’ll hang them on the wall like a macabre painting.

WW2 Survival War Prisoner: FPS Shooting Game

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

It’s a 3D sniper mission in a survival warfare game. Escape from prison as a sniper in this 3D pistol shooter and become a genuine survivor hero. They supply a wide variety of warfare weapons. This action-packed gameplay may be fully absorbed. And the best thing is that it’s free. High-quality 3D visuals, animations, and music effects add to the fun.

Strike Force Online FPS Shooting Games

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

It’s a survival warfare game with a 3D sniper mission. This 3D pistol shooter escapes from prison as a sniper and becomes a true survivor hero. They provide a wide range of warfare weapons. You can thoroughly enjoy this action-packed gameplay. The best part is that it’s completely free. The fun is enhanced by high-quality 3D visuals, animations, and music effects.

Real FPS Modern Strike Robot Shooting Game

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

If your interest is in robotic games, then you are in the right place. Since it is an offline game, there is no hustle of wifi or data problems. Lots of inspiring levels make it more thrilling. Go for it.

Doom Eternal

This product was recommended by Christina Russo from The Kitchen Community

Because I’m a retro gaming fanatic and the FPS that first shivers of excitement down my spine and made my pulse pound a little harder was the original Doom. And ‘Doom Eternal takes everything that made Doom so exciting and fun to play and turns it up to eleven. What more could you ever want or need from an FPS?

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