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Best Open World Games 2021 [All NEW Games]

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Get lost all over again in these open world games to play on PC in 2021.

By now you’ve probably played most of the classics. You’ve battled monsters in The Witcher 3, become a cowboy in Red Dead Redemption 2, and driven on your fair share of pavements in Grand Theft Auto. If that’s the case you might be looking for a new open world to call home, which is why we put together a list of games that released in 2020 or 2021 only. From outer space to fantasy isles, get ready for adventure.

Here is our list of the best open world games 2021:

Intro 00:00
1 Valheim 00:55
2 Outriders 01:46
3 Genshin Impact 02:38
4 EVERSPACE 2 03:24
5 Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 04:13
6 Watch Dogs: Legion 05:04
7 Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord 05:51
8 Cloudpunk 06:41
9 Immortals Fenyx Rising 07:31
Outro 08:25

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  1. Can't wait to play( John Swift's silver hunts) open world game based on true stories from past in the apalation mountain. With indians ,pioneer ,hunting,fishing,canoe riding rappids. Digging silver deep in mines and smelting silver in camps. Logging and building homes to breaking a horse in to ride or just pull logs. Plus adventures on the open world . Be a logger or hunter skin your kills cook make cloths to sell or keep.

  2. Valhalla rlly isn’t anything special IMO

  3. The best unpopular or underrated games I would suggest are definitely:

    • Kingdom Come: Deliverance
    Legitinstely one of the best RPG's I've ever played. If you like realism and have a tiny bit of patience and determination, you'll probably love this one, but be prepared: you are not "the chosen one" in this game, you're just tye totally ordinary son of a blacksmith. Any skill you want to have, you and your character will both have to actually learn and earn it.

    • SCUM – like DayZ but better, more detailed, less broken, etc

    • Cardlife – Kind of like Minecraft, but everything is cardboard. You can craft buildings and weapons and armor and a bunch of stuff, but you can customize all of it, even the shape of the items, by drawing what you want your pickaxe or chest armor or house's wall, to look like. It's awesome.

    • ARMA 3
    Not really underrated, but it's not nearly as popular as it should be. This is a MILSIM game. Military simulation. This is not your 11-year-old nephew's "Call of Duty" or "Battlefield" game. MILSIM games are as close to realistic as you can be these days, without actual injury or death. Other awesome MILSIM games include Squad, Insurgency, etc., but ARMA 3 is regarded as 'the single most reality-faithful military combat simulation available to the general public,' and for good reason.

  4. Do they know anything about these games or just reading from the company press releases?

  5. Most of these games look like they are directed toward pre-teen kids.

  6. Hey Logitech G, I like your profile picture! ^^

  7. Avoid outriders, it's complete trash. Genshin is fun but feels like a mobile game. Hard pass.

  8. The host sounds way too happy. A lot of these games suck

  9. What about New World? Hope playlibra will make huge discounts on it as usual

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