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The best single-player games: Spend time at ease!

Even with an impressive field of cooperative game modes and a growing list of cross-platform-enabled titles, we are in the golden age of multiplayer gaming. But in-depth single-player adventures are still at the core of what makes gaming great. 

Responsible citizens have been staying at home in recent weeks to flatten the curve of the coronavirus outbreak. In the meantime, the vast array of streaming options, and for gamers, the past few years have delivered a few all-time classics. Whether you’re looking to dive into a new world alone or just need a title to hold you over until your friends are back online, let’s have a look on the list of a few favourite solo games:

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC)

The Witcher 3 drops players into the boots of Geralt of Rivia, a gruff monster bounty hunter on a mission to track down his companions and prepare for a battle against the Wild Hunt — a troop of wraiths on undead horses hell-bent on enslaving the human race. To make a bit of coin while exploring the world, Geralt can pick up bounties to take out less world-ending creatures, hunting down werewolves, griffins, ghouls, and other deadly foes terrorizing the common-folk. This game offers estimated 100-plus hours of gameplay with all side quests included with a stunning fantasy adventure that will draw even a dead soul!

Final Fantasy 7 Remake (PS4)

It achieves what we thought was impossible. It takes just the first section of Square Enix’s 1997 JRPG, stretches it out into a full, 50-hour experience, switches up turn-based combat for real-time action, and subverts everything we thought we knew about the original story. Final Fantasy 7 Remake is incredible, and arguably one can have a more timeless and magical experience than the beloved title it’s inspired by.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Switch, Wii U)

Breath of the Wild introduces new elements that make it the best game in the series till date. The combat is more difficult than previous games, for instance, and Link must use a variety of weapons (that also degrade over time) to fend off foes in an environment that is often a detriment to the adventure. Needless to say, crafting potions and tools is a must. Fans of prior instalments will be excited to dive into Nintendo’s reimagined world, but, thankfully, newcomers to the series can jump aboard and learn the ropes in no time.

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