5 Best FPS Games For PC, PS 4, Xbox One In 2020

by Mehdi BAH

We have put together 5 of the best fps games online multiplayer games and MMOs for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Steam and Mobile for you that can be played free of charge in 2020 , this is the idea behind the list. So that you are well informed about Free to play games in 2020.

we have compiled a list of 10 particularly rewarding free games. In addition to classic MMORPGs, our list also includes mobile titles, shooters and action RPGs for Different platforms such as Steam, PC, iOS, Android, PS4 and Xbox One are also taken into account.

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5 Best FPS Games:

Game 1: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

The new Modern Warfare has turned out to be a wonderful game – which unfortunately still suffers from a few diseases in the series. The campaign is much more grounded than that of Modern Warfare 3, but still forgets what we have to experience. The regular multiplayer convinces us almost across the board. Unnecessary ballast from previous series parts has been removed, but the developers have added a touch of tactics that make the games interesting for people who do not want to rip across the maps as stung by the tarantula. However, you can still rip across the maps as if stung by the tarantula. Great!

Because the PC version is not running smoothly again, we subtracted three points from the rating. If Infinity Ward touches up, Modern Warfare may soon reach the actual 87 points.

Developer: Infinity Ward
Release date: October 25, 2019
Platform: PC, PS 4, Xbox One
GameStar rating: 84

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Game 2: Warframe

Warframe has just grown a bit further with a new update. With The Old Blood, the veterans who miss a demanding endgame could finally be happy. But hey, Warframe! What started years ago as a comparatively small thing with strange types in even more strange clothes is now a fixed shooter or action size – it is by no means just a shot. Anyone who has been playing Warframe for a while knows about the versatility of the Free2Play game, whoever is new now is standing in front of a mountain! But the community helps – in the game and the form of wikis and tutorials.

Our freelance author Sascha Penzhorn, Tenno from the very beginning, summarizes Warframe in his Plus article about the fascination of the game as follows: As a Warframe player, I’m Batman: I have my spaceship, a kind of jetpack for planet surfaces and missions in the Space and underwater, a hoverboard, various dogs, cats, and robot companions, a clan dojo with research stations for crafting, as well as countless mods, with the help of which I not only have the characteristics and strengths of my wireframes and weapons but also, combat companions and can influence and change vehicles and aircraft.

Developer: Digital Extreme
Release Date: March 25, 2013
Platform: PC, PS 4, Xbox One, Switch
GameStar rating: 85

Game 3: Battlefield 5

After Battlefield 1 tackles World War I, Battlefield 5 continues with World War II. And how! Apart from a weak single-player campaign, the multiplayer convinces with atmospheric and huge maps that are balanced for every style of play – from Rotterdam to the North African map Hamada to the frosty Narvik in Norway.

Recently you have been strengthening reinforcements such as sandbags and additional protective walls, thus strengthening your defense. And what would a Battlefield be without vehicles? You roll on the German side with the heavy tank Tiger I across the battlefield, fight as an Englishman in the Spitfire for air sovereignty and destroy important ground targets in the Bristol Blenheim. Gun upgrades and a perk system ensure long-term motivation. And replenishment is also ensured: All DLCs come onto the market free of charge, the Premium Pass is a thing of the past.

Developer: EA DICE
Release date: November 20, 2018
Platform: PC, PS 4, Xbox One, Switch
GameStar rating: 87

Game 4: The Division 2

The Division 2 may disappoint in terms of the main story, but the loot shooter cuts an excellent figure in all other respects. The thing is much more varied than the first part, which is mainly due to the great locations and the overall much busier environment.

Instead of just shooting us through some meaningless buildings or backyards, there are regularly significant locations on the action plan. And it even gets exotic. This is because this time the developers made an effort to consistently put the landmarks of the real world template into the game. What other title does the White House have as a base of operations, please? It’s just a shame that you can’t sit at your desk in the Oval Office. Urgent patching, please!

A great equipment spiral that does not cause any frustration, three different dark zones and from the start a good PvP mode, which does not depend on ratchet statistics, but on team play, and a motivating endgame round off the offer. Great!

Developer: Massive Entertainment
Release date: March 15, 2019
Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One
GameStar rating: 88

Game 5: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Black Ops 4 does not have a solo campaign, but there is one of the best Battle Royale modes currently in the package. And those who have always wanted to play zombie mode, but had no check of it and no friends for it, now learn the basics in a tutorial and can then go off alone with bots. On three cards. Not bad.

And then, of course, there are the usual multiplayer modes in the game such as Search & Destroy or Headquarters or just the usual team deathmatch. The whole thing is played with specialists who all have special abilities (Ruin, for example, is rather casual with his gripping hook), but of course, we can still customize it with our weapon and perk preferences. The maps range from small and angled to large and comparatively open. Fans of the series can look forward to seeing some classics again.

Developer: Treyarch, Beenox
Release date: October 12, 2018
Platform: PC, PS 4, Xbox One
GameStar rating: 87

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