2019 has seen great FPS games like Call of Duty Modern Warfare, Wolfstein Young Blood, Borderlands 3, and many others. Since its origins, FPS games have been developing and aside from Single Player Campaigns, there is also a strong emphasis on the multiplayer aspects of the games. With the recent rise of multiplayer games, we can expect innovative changes in the multiplayer of coming FPS games. Here are our picks for the top upcoming competitive FPS games.
Our Picks for Top Upcoming Competitive FPS Games:
Halo Infinite is a direct sequel to Halo 5 and coming to PC after a long time since Halo 2. Other than PC, it will be released for Xbox One and Project Scarlett. Developer 343 industries have responded to the criticism for the previous game and brought the split-screen back and also map building Forge mode. Halo Infinite will also strongly focus on esports and multiplayer elements of the game. It has been announced to be released in 2020.
Coming from acclaimed developer id Software for PC, PS4, Xbox One and switch as the sequel to DOOM, this game continues its previous game’s emphasis on push-forward combat. You would be playing as the DOOM Slayer, the ancient warrior who fights the forces of hell now returning to earth to discover it has suffered a demonic invasion. According to the director, this game contains twice as many demon types as DOOM. It has been announced to be released in the year 2020 and will be published by Bethesda Softworks.
Quake Champions is the latest entry in the Quake Series and is the first main entry since the release of Quake 4 in 2005. It combines the dark mythos of the original quake game with its niche genre of fast-paced arena shooter to the present audience with overwatch-style unique abilities for each champion.
Developed by id Software, it was released as early access for PC and has been free to play since August 10, 2018.
XIII is the remake of the game with the same name which was released in 2003. You play as <<Thirteen>>, an amnesiac soldier who has been accused of killing the president of the United States. With cel-shaded graphics and an amazing storyline, XIII was received well by many people. Developed originally by Ubisoft Paris, the XIII remake is being developed by PlayMagic and published by Microids. It has planned to be released in 2020.
Other games worth mentioning for top Upcoming Competitive FPS games:
This game is created by Marcus Lehto, who helped to create the Halo Franchise. In DisIntegration, players take control of an advanced tank and battle against other pilots and ground soldiers. There are also Real-Time Strategy elements in this game as you are able to control soldiers on the ground. Disintegration is being developed by the V1 Directive and is being published for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC by Private Division. The game will be coming in 2020.
Cross Fire X
Cross Fire X is a revamped version of CrossFire, which is extremely popular in Asia and was one of the most played video games by number. It is being developed by Smilegate who also developed the original. CrossFire X is going to retain the key features of the original game and is going to be the fight between two factions. The Game will be published by Xbox Game Studios for Xbox One and will be released at some point in 2020.
These are our picks for the top upcoming competitive FPS games. Each game is a unique rendition of the FPS genre, with its gameplay, graphics, and lore. All the mentioned games are expected to come by 2020, but unexpected delays might happen.
Higher FPS is better than Lower FPS as high FPS gives the best graphics quality. In low FPS, the game lags too much.
Yes, FPS affects aim as low FPS makes the game graphics choppy and you can’t aim instant-on enemies.
120 FPS is way better than 60 FPS. At 120 FPS, the gaming experience is amazing. At 60 FPS, the game runs smoothly and the gaming experience is quite good.
The best alternatives for CSGO are Tom Clancy’s Rainbow six siege, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Left 4 Dead 2, etc.
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