Unreal Engine Influence

For First Person Shooter veterans, everyone knows UT. It gave birth to the Unreal Engine as we know it. Step into the arena and pick from its wide array of game modes. Pick a gun, ride a vehicle and enjoy its futuristic mayhem. It has a PlayScore of 8.78 6. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare One of the Hallmarks of the multiplayer first-person shooters. It was as groundbreaking as it was charming, and it shaped how the series would go on to be in the years that followed it. CoD4 has garnered praise for its solid singleplayer campaign and enjoyable multiplayer that was wrought in intense battles and highly immersive environments. Unlike the games that followed it, Modern Warfare was the perfect blend of compelling story and terrific gameplay. As short as it was, it has left a mark on the players who enjoyed it. And, even with the release of a modern remaster, there’s still nothing like the original. It has a PlayScore of 8.78. 5. Team Fortress 2 Before there was Overwatch, VALVE was the leading market when it comes to Team-Based Multiplayer Shooters. Team Fortress 2 shaped the hyperkinetic energy of the shooting genre with varied class-based heroes and a reasonable competitive mode.

Choose from over its 9 different classes and fight for the BLU or RED team in their wide range of game multiplayer modes. With the game’s success, it has spanned numerous internet subcultures such as memes, YouTube Channels, and fanfictions. To this day, Valve continues to add balance changes and new content to the game. It’s not gonna die anytime soon. It has a PlayScore of 8.79 4. Half-Life 2 A universally acclaimed videogame that has earned its spot on history’s Hall of Fame. 13 years after its original release, Half Life 2 is still loved by millions of people across the globe, all simultaneously clamoring for that elusive third installment. Set in a dystopian world invaded by an alien race called Combine, step into the shoes of Gordon Freeman as he fights for his survival in a struggle to redeem the world. A blend of gameplay innovations and narrative perfection, it’s undoubtedly Valve’s crowning glory.

And even if Gaben’s moved on, the legend will continue to live on. It has a PlayScore of 9. 3. Borderlands 2 An improvement on the already epic series debut, the open-world fps welcomes you back into the brash, cel-shaded world of Pandora. But this time, it’s packed with a whole new story, and an upgraded class system. But, if you came for their rugged, yet stunning visuals and random-generated loot, then you’ll stay for the series’ trademark brand of humor. While they’ve taken a turn to a more dark and gritty narrative, their well-written enemies and side characters are always ready to step in. With tougher enemies ahead, having a friend is definite plus. It has a PlayScore of 9.05. 2. Left 4 Dead 2 Over 7 years since its first release, there’s still a whole lot of love for Valve’s second Left 4 Dead title.