Top 10 Lengthy Video Games To Play While Stuck At Home
5. Monster Hunter World
If you want to play a challenging game that has you hunting monsters by yourself or with friends give Monster Hunter World a try. Monster Hunter World has you accepting quests so that you may hunt monsters in order to craft stronger equipment so that you may hunt stronger monsters. There are a variety of ways to play depending on what weapon you choose to use. From giant swords for players who like to stay short-range to massive guns for a player looking for a long-range experience. No matter what you’re looking for Monster Hunter World is bound to have something for your playstyle.
Monster Hunter World will take most players around 50 hours to beat the game’s main story. However, with all the game’s side quests that you can partake in can add hundreds of hours for players to enjoy in this massive epic.
4. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an action role-playing game that has players controlling Geralt of Rivia as he hunts monsters and searches for his missing adopted daughter. In your playthrough, you’ll upgrade your equipment, magic, and abilities all while completing the main story and side quests of the game. Depending on how you play the game and what choices you make during your playthrough will determine the ending as the game does have multiple endings you can get.
The main story will take most players around 50 hours to complete, however, you’ll probably be spending much more time in the game thanks to the addicting card game Gwent along with the expansions that are included with The Witcher 3: Complete Edition will add dozens of hours to your gameplay experience. And after you finish the game you can always check out the Witcher TV series on Netflix.
3. Persona 5 Royal
Unlike other games on this list Persona 5 Royal doesn’t have an open world and isn’t action-oriented, what Persona 5 Royal does have though is one long story, great turn-based JRPG gameplay, and stylized visuals. You play as Joker a high school student living in modern-day Tokyo. By day the game plays as more of a social simulation game and has you going to school, interacting with NPCs and doing various tasks around the city. During the night, you enter the Metaverse and play through story-specific dungeons where the game plays more like a traditional turn-based JRPG.
Persona 5 took most players almost 100 hours to complete the main story and since Persona 5 Royal includes an additional semester, character, and dungeon, Persona 5 Royal is bound to now take players over 100 hours to complete.
2. Red Dead Redemption 2
Wanting to play a game that takes place during the end of the 1800s and follows a gang of outlaws constantly on the run? Red Dead Redemption 2 follows the story of the Van der Linde gang as they try to survive against government forces, rival gangs, and changing times. You play as Arthur Morgan who is a member of the Van der Linde gang. As Arthur Morgan, you’re able freely to roam the lifelike open world and go hunting, fishing, participate in shootouts and heists, complete story missions or just interact with NPCs. Be careful what actions you do though, as Red Dead Redemption 2 does have an honor rating system that makes you more honorable or dishonorable by the deeds and moral choices you make while playing the game.
For the average player, it’ll take around 50 hours to complete the main story of Red Dead Redemption 2. But as there is so much to see and do in this game, you’ll probably be playing for much longer.
1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
If you’re looking for a game that you can play however you want, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is for you. In Breath of the Wild, you can explore Hyrule like never before. You can go wherever you want to in this game, with no one telling you what order to do things in. This game is truly all about adventure and exploration as anywhere you see in the game, you’ll be able to go there and explore. The game awards you for exploring, as you’ll pick up crafting materials, weapons, shields, and clothing for exploring areas you might have never explored if the game told exactly where to go and how to get there.
The game will take most players around 50 hours to beat however it can take you a lot longer or you can also beat it quicker depending on how much you choose to explore and play. If a player wants to beat the game as quickly as possible and is skilled enough, a player can try to defeat the final boss at the beginning of the game. What the players choose to explore and how they choose to play the game is completely up to them in this masterpiece of a video game.
There are of course a lot of other lengthy video games that are fun that didn’t make the list, but hopefully, at least one that catches your interest or you are fond of did. For more countdowns check back here on FrameLag.