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In a world where Grand Theft Auto 5 exists, releasing another modern, open-world city-based game can be difficult. But Ubisoft found a way to freshen up the formula by adding hacking, Dark Souls-like game invasions, and sharper social and political commentary. Watch Dogs 2 does all that in a slightly condensed, caricatured, but believable recreation of San Francisco.
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The Terrans are intrepid colonists, generations removed from Earth and governed by a failing Confederacy. Among the dilapidated fringe worlds, Marshal Jim Raynor joins up with a no-nonsense psionic assassin named Sarah Kerrigan and a group of aspiring freedom fighters to survive the destructive first contact of Protoss and Zerg. Soon, planets throughout the sector spiral into all-out war, and Raynor realizes he may have signed up for something much bigger than mere survival.
Kojima's first game after leaving Konami, Death Stranding is set in a post-death reality where the concept of the afterlife has been blown open. Your goal as Sam Porter Bridges is to rebuild America by walking across the country and linking up cities, preppers, and waystations to, uh, the Time Internet? It makes next to no sense, but that's OK. Death Stranding is an indulgent mood piece first and an excellent hiking and delivery game second.
Another PlayStation game that's made its way over to PC, Horizon: Zero Dawn is the first of the two Horizon games. You play Aloy as she has to save the last vestiges of human civilisation, which has reverted back to clans, tribes and kingdoms following an earlier apocalyptic crisis. Now humans live alongside robotic wildlife, with hunters and gatherers scavenging ancient tech underneath ruined skyscrapers.
Skyrim is the best Elder Scrolls open world to play today. Some will say Morrowind should be here, while others will sing the praises of Oblivion, but for me Skyrim is the definitive open world game. And as much as you might love the others, it's pretty hard to play some of the older entries without some mods. Skyrim's gargantuan wilderness and diverse cities beg to be explored. I want to see a settlement on the horizon and trudge over to it. I want to fear a new dungeon with bones scattered outside it. And I want to glitch my horse up a sheer cliff to see if I can find a faster way over to my next destination.
Microsoft Flight Simulator arguably delivers the best open world of all time because it's literally the world. It's one of the few games where you can probably visit your own home, even if it does look a little different. MFS really knocks the exploration of new places out of the park. As well as flying over your usual stomping grounds, you can also fly over the Alps, the Bahamas, the volcanoes of Iceland, or into hurricanes in the United States. The exploration of a world has never been so expansive, technologically impressive, and accidentally included a terrifyingly monolith because of a data issue. And it's bizarre that this world, the world you can explore, is the one out of your window.
"Do you ever wonder how it'd feel to take a few years away from games, and then peek back through the curtain once you'd become out of touch? Quite often, Microsoft Flight Simulator feels like that peek," reads our Microsoft Flight Simulator review "In its scope and fidelity, it seems to be visiting from the future, when it's commonplace to have access to a photorealistic Planet Earth and the freedom to explore it. When you can hop in a plane and fly over your own town, in the same weather conditions and lighting you can see outside your window. When 'open world' means just that."
In it, you’re cast as Christopher Stone, a humble plumber who’s caught up in a revolution after a Soviet invasion of New York. You start out as just another would-be freedom fighter, sent on missions as you attempt to prevent the Soviets from tightening the noose that they’ve slipped around the city. As word of your deeds spreads, however, other revolutionaries begin to respect you, enough so that they’ll take commands from you, allowing you to form a crack squadron of fighters with which to combat the red menace. Utilizing simple battlefield commands, you’ll be able to split your fighters into different groups, send them to different parts of each level, or tell them to attack or defend autonomously.
Isabella will grant you access to her makeshift headquarters, so follow her up to the planning room on the second floor. You’ll pick up your first two recruits here; press the action key while looking at the other fighters to take them along with you, then head downstairs into the post office loading zone, where a rather sizable number of enemies await you. This level is something of a crash course in controlling your teammates, so go slowly and practice your commands before running into a horde of soldiers.
Your starting location here is near a firefight; wait for the nearby fighters to eliminate the soldiers, then recruit two of them. You shouldn’t head out into the street; the enemy has fortified the diner and will be fairly difficult to overcome. You can walk around and pick up ammo and grenades from the corpses, though, if you’re careful not to get too close to the street.
There’s an alleyway before the street entrance with an open window above it; climb up and through the window, then go through the first open door to find a wounded civilian. There’s a set of stairs nearby; at the top, you’ll find another freedom fighter, as well as some supplies.
When you get to the bottom of the stairs, move quickly across the street and into the building across the way. You’ll probably want to assault the diner from here, but it’s not going to be easy. The first step is to make your way upstairs and eliminate the snipers looking out over the street. Set up one or two of your fighters in the downstairs area, near the door to the street; as you shoot the soldiers in the diner, they’ll attempt to come up the same way you did, but if you position your fighters correctly, they’ll eliminate them as they approach. Your fighters won’t be much help against the diner itself; the soldiers are a bit too dug in.
Once you’ve gotten all of the ammo and medic kits (don’t forget to heal yourself), head out into the alley behind the diner and take a left. You should reach a flight of steps. Climb over the wall here to find the POW encampment; take out the guards, then unlock the door to free the prisoners. After they’ve joined your ragtag army, head back over the wall, towards the alleyway behind the diner. Follow it out to the inclined street, where a sizable number of soldiers will be advancing towards the diner. If you left one of your fighters on the machine gun, he’ll eliminate them fairly easily, so stand near the corner and wait until all of the soldiers are dead, then run across. The Kid and a couple of wounded fighters are standing next to a manhole cover; open it up to let the prisoners escape (hit Back when it gives you the option of returning to base.) The wounded fighters don’t give you any charisma for healing them, so don’t bother.
Now, you can either return to a manhole cover, then return to base to save your game, or use your positioning to make a rear assault on the troops manning the base in the center of the map. Actually, you can do both, though you’ll have to make a trip back to the center manhole to restock on teammates, since the sewer entrance near the helipad doesn’t have any fighters nearby.
From the now-empty fortification, head west towards another well-defended area. You can take the stairs on the building to the south to gain height; there are a few extra fighters holed away in here if you’ve gained an extra slot recently. Drop back down to the ground and clear out the bunker, then head through the gate towards the warehouse buildings. There’s an alleyway next to the main building with a manhole, allowing you to make a quicksave. Unfortunately, there are only two fighters with assault rifles nearby; the woman has a shotgun. If all of your soldiers have assault rifles, then stick with them; if you’re running low on medic kits, on the other hand, you might want to take the opportunity to restock back in base and save your game.
Unfortunately, there are only three recruits at the entrance to this level, and only one of those wields an assault rifle; the other two have a pistol and a shotgun. Depending on your difficulty level, you should be able to survive with a sole teammate for the moment, so grab the assault rifle fighter and leave the other two behind. The shotgun fighter is not going to be very useful on this level, since most of the firefights here are going to revolve around ranged assaults, and it goes without saying that the pistol packer isn’t worth your time. Save a slot for an assault rifle soldier, instead.
Follow the train tracks until you come to an exposed pillar underneath the bridge; set the C4 here and walk back under the bridge after the smoke clears. If you’re running short on medic kits, jump into the train car to grab some, then climb up the wall nearby to find that better save spot, replete with four assault rifle fighters and a shotgunner. Save your game before proceeding, since there’s no reason not to.
After you head through the alleyway near the save point, you’ll run up against a fortification. There isn’t much you can do to bypass it, except head across the street and start moving down the corridor formed by the pillars in the adjacent building. This should at least protect you and your fighters from the machine gun turrets, though you’ll still have to kill all of the Soviets guarding the fort. From there, it’s a simple matter to find the entrance to the fire station; just be careful of the machine gun emplacements on its roof.
The interior of the fire station is a series of smallish corridors and stairwells, so send your now-expendable fighters ahead to clear out each section before proceeding yourself. Once you reach the roof, hoist the flag to finish off this chapter of the game, and kiss the day missions goodbye; the rest of the game’s levels take place exclusively at night, which is a shame, considering how nice this game looks when the sun’s up.