Hello, Guys today we will see the most popular fps games in pc world.This is my personal opinion If you have any suggestion write in the comment section.Let’s Start With Our List.
1: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds [PUBG] :
Yes, With World record of user’s pubg is the best fps game in PC as well as on mobile devices.Battlegrounds was first released for Microsoft Windows via Steam’s early access beta program in March 2017, with a full release in December 2017. The game was also released by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox One via its Xbox Game Preview program that same month, and officially released in September 2018. A free-to-play mobile version for Android and iOS was released in 2018, in addition to a port for the PlayStation 4. Battlegrounds is one of the best-selling and most-played video games of all time, selling over fifty million copies worldwide by June 2018, with over 400 million players in total when including the mobile version
Battlefield all parts are awesome you should try this game If you love fps you will love this one. What is it? The games in DICE’s venerable franchise have gone to many places and time periods, but Battlefield 3 is the most exhilarating of the modern day games. Playing host to some of the most beautifully designed multiplayer maps ever, there’s nothing quite like throwing yourself into the cacophony of grenades trying to storm the subway station during a Rush match on Metro. The grand vistas of Caspian Border set a dramatic backdrop for players to test their skills in a jet cockpit or behind the wheel of a lumbering tank. Deathmatch on Noshahr Canals is a quintessential test of quick thinking and quick hands. And the Close Quarters DLC maps may have shrunk the size, but the intensity of defending control points in Ziba Tower is unmatched.
3 : Call of Duty :
Call OF Duty is the game which is loved by many many big player’s in world it’s is still love and play by many people around the world.What is it? Arguably the shooter that inspired almost every other game on this list. Call of Duty was doing well enough for its first three World War 2-inspired games, but it was the jump to modern times that started its growth towards global domination. Putting present day weapons into Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s well-tuned shooting mechanics created a devastatingly lethal shooter, with bursts of gunfire dropping enemies with brutal efficiency. However, it was the story and characters that really gave this its impact. It might not be quite what you’d expect from a big manly shooter, but Captain Price and crew were relatable and human. The fact you cared about them, and what happened to them, elevated this above just shooting until everyone’s dead. And then there’s the multiplayer which, ten years ago, set a template that CoD (and plenty of other games) are still using today.
4. Halo :
What is it? Halo is a game which have many parts of it’s game released yet.Halo is a pre-packaged tragedy. We already know that the Covenant ravage the planet Reach and the UNSC outpost there. We know that the desperate struggle to survive there directly leads into the many misadventures of the Spartan known hilariously as Master Chief. Before the spinoff to the Xbox’s signature series came out, it was also known that this would be the last Halo created by Bungie Studios. Knowing all these things before playing this excellent shooter is no preparation for how stirring it actually is in practice. While Halo Reach couldn’t foster the same sort of powerful multiplayer community as Halo 3, it did perfect the Halo story campaign. Trading the experimental structure of ODST for the set piece design of the original trilogy, Reach is the best expression of Bungie’s knack for making complicated shooting galleries. Every new stage in Reach feels dynamic, asking you to adapt to swiftly changing circumstances and ordinance while maintaining an air of drama but never succumbing to the tedium that inevitably crept into Master Chief’s adventures. The game was so damn good it was impossible not to get choked up at the ending, even when you knew it was coming.