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The best indie games to play right now (part 1)

The best indie games to play right now (part 1)

On this list you’ll find the best and latest PC games to play right now including single player games, sports, battle or modern classics… The list will be continuously updated as new games release, and older favorites will be removed and replaced by latest obsessions. This list will keep you updated and stay on trend.

For now, let’s dig in!

Apex Legends

Released: 2019 | Developed by: Respawn

Apex Legends is the best battle royale game available featuring all-around improvement on its last version. The new changes in the map is fantastic, new characters are added, the ‘ping’ communication system have been greatly improved to the standard that every FPS should have, the arms and movement are smooth and so much fun. And the best of all is that it’s free-to-play, except for cosmetics. The game is so much more than what we have expected from Respawn.

Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5

Released: 2016/2018 | Developed by DICE

Both Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 are superior. Battlefield 1 has Origin Access in both Basic and Premium version and quite affordable for low-cost gamers to entry the series, especially those love game featuring World War 1. On Battlefield 5, the developer has released all new maps free and created a battle royal mode

Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Released: 2018 | Developed by Fatshark

Vermintide 2 was developed based on the format of classic co-op shooter in which gamers play the role of a hero fight against the elite enemies who specialize in ambushing, leaving the character helpless, waiting to be rescue. Vermintide heavily dependent on good teamwork, and sharp awareness and instinctsto survive. The game allows both random and intentional matching with friends. There are five heroes with three subclasses and a long list of amazing weapons and specialty skills which can be upgraded, customize and crafting after a successful mission.  


Released: 2018 | Developed by David Szymanski 

If you once loved DOS-era shooters like Doom and Quake, Dusk is the one for you. It has got it all covered from finding color-coded keys, secret and secure chambers, a strong-beat soundtrack, to high-speed shotguns to blast off the faces of demons. What is more interesting than an afternoon of vanishing all demons.

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