Call of Duty is a franchise that sells a colossal number of copies year after year and therefore it is not uncommon to meet players who assume that first person shooter Definitive is on the side of Activision’s war triggers.
But the truth is that there are many others FPS in the market that address different facets of the genre.
For example, there are the titles that are more attached to the pure essence of the slope, while there are others that offer a hybrid FPS experience that expands the possibilities of play.
Thinking about it, we have put together this list of FPS titles you need to play and that they are not Call of Duty. By the way, we don’t include Halo.
1. DOOM Eternal
Starting from that DOOM is the father of the modern first person shooter, the latest installment in the series is a fast, violent, demonic and badass experience that offers mechanics that revitalize the genre.
2. Bioshock: The Collection
It is a saga of high visual and narrative power that has been celebrated even by Guillermo del Toro himself, and for those who have never had the opportunity to play it, its three entries are available in a collection.
3. Borderlands 3
The third installment in the loot-based FPS saga is a cocktail of shots, engaging visuals, and a quirky sense of humor. In addition, it is the Borderlands who has sold the most copies.
4. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Wolfenstein is another of the sagas that made up the quintessential FPS, and this installment puts players back in the shoes of “BJ” Blazkowicz in his eternal confrontation with the Nazis.
5. Titanfall 2
The first Titanfall It was a kind of trial and error, but this second part is a great game that is based on the possibility of getting involved in the action on foot or aboard a mecha.
6. Metro Exodus
The third part of the franchise based on the novels by Dmitry Glukhovsky is an experience that mixes FPS gameplay with elements of stealth and even survival horror.
7. Far Cry 5
In a genre where futurism and dystopia are bargains, this action-adventure game feels fresh as it takes place in an identifiable open world that can be explored on foot or by vehicle.
8. Rainbow Six Siege
It is a game that bets on team tactics, which has made it a true esports phenomenon that, five years after it came out, continues to see increases in its fanbase