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List of first-person shooters

Title Developer Platform(s) Release date 007 LegendsEurocom, ActivisionPS3, X360, Wii U, WIN 2012-10-16 007: Quantum of SolaceTreyarch, BeenoxPS3, Wii, WIN, X360 2008-10-31 3D Monster ChaseRomikAMSCPC, ZX 1984 Ace of SpadesBen AksoyWIN 2011-04-04 Alcatraz: Prison EscapeZombie StudiosWIN 2001-11-23 Alien Breed 3DTeam17AMI, AMI32 1995 Alien Breed 3D II: The Killing GroundsTeam17AMI, AMI32 1996 Alien RageCI GamesPS3, WIN, X360 2013-09-24 Alien: ResurrectionArgonaut GamesPS1 2000-10-10 Aliens: Colonial MarinesGearbox SoftwarePS3, WIN, X360 2013-02-13 Alien vs PredatorRebellion DevelopmentsJAG 1994-10-20 Aliens versus PredatorRebellion DevelopmentsOSX, WIN 1999-04-30 Aliens versus Predator 2Monolith ProductionsOSX, WIN 2001-10-30 Aliens vs. PredatorRebellion DevelopmentsPS3, WIN, X360 2010-02-16 Alien TrilogyProbe EntertainmentDOS, PS1, SAT 1996-02-29 Alliance of Valiant ArmsRed Duck Inc.WIN 2007 Alpha PrimeBlack Element SoftwareWIN 2007-05-27 America's ArmyUnited States ArmyLIN, OSX (dropped), WIN 2002-07-04 Amid EvilIndefatigableWIN, NX 2019-06-20 AntichamberDemruth WIN, LIN, OSX 2013-01-31 Apex LegendsRespawn EntertainmentWIN, PS4, XONE, SWITCH 2019-02-04 AquaNoxMassive DevelopmentWIN 2001-11-30 AquaNox 2: RevelationMassive DevelopmentWIN 2003-07-22 Area 51Midway AustinPS2, WIN, X 2005-04-25 ARMA: Armed AssaultBohemia InteractiveWIN 2006-11-10 ARMA 2Bohemia InteractiveWIN 2009-06-26 ARMA 2: Operation ArrowheadBohemia InteractiveWIN 2010-06-29 ARMA: Cold War AssaultBohemia InteractiveWIN 2011-06-22 ARMA 3Bohemia InteractiveWIN 2013-09-13 Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.Acclaim Studios LondonN64, PS1 1999-11-30 AssaultCubeRabid Viper Productions WIN,LIN,MAC,ANDROID 2021-05-10 Back 4 BloodTurtle Rock StudioPS4, PS5, WIN, XONE, XSX 2021-10-12 Back TrackJV GamesWIN, GBA 1998 (Windows) Ballistic: Ecks vs. SeverCrawfish InteractiveGBA 2002-09-14 Battlefield 1942Digital Illusions CEMAC, WIN 2002-09-10 Battlefield VietnamDigital Illusions CEWIN 2004-03-14 Battlefield 2Digital Illusions CEWIN 2005-06-21 Battlefield 2142Digital Illusions CEOSX, WIN 2006-10-18 Battlefield: Bad CompanyDigital Illusions CEPS3, X360 2008-06-23 Battlefield HeroesDigital Illusions CEWIN 2009-06-25 Battlefield 1943Digital Illusions CEPS3 (PSN), X360 (XBLA) 2009-07-08 Battlefield: Bad Company 2Digital Illusions CEiPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Kindle Fire, PS3, WIN, X360 2010-03-02 Battlefield 3Digital Illusions CEPS3, X360, WIN 2011-10-25 Battlefield 4Digital Illusions CEPS3, PS4, WIN, X360, XONE 2013-10-29 Battlefield HardlineVisceral GamesPS3, PS4, WIN, X360, XONE 2015-03-20 Battlefield 1Digital Illusions CEPS4, WIN, XONE 2016-10-21 Battlefield VDigital Illusions CEPS4, WIN, XONE 2018-10-19 Battlefield 2042Digital Illusions CEPS4, PS5, WIN, XONE, XSX 2021-11-19 BattlezoneAtariArcade 1980-11 Battle FrenzyDomarkGEN, SCD 1994 Bet On Soldier: Blood SportKylotonnWIN 2005-09-26 BioShockIrrational GamesOSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2007-12-04 BioShock 22K MarinPS3, WIN, X360 2010-02-09 BioShock InfiniteIrrational GamesLIN, PS3, WIN, X360 2013-03-26 BlackCriterion GamesPS2, Xbox 2006-02-24 Black MesaCrowbar CollectiveLIN, WIN 2020-03-06 Blacklight: RetributionZombie StudiosPS4, WIN 2012-04-03 Blacklight: Tango DownZombie StudiosPS3, WIN, X360 2010-07-07 BlackSite: Area 51Midway Studios AustinPS3, WIN, X360 2007-11-12 Blake Stone: Aliens of GoldJAM ProductionsDOS 1993-12-03 Blake Stone: Planet StrikeJAM ProductionsDOS 1994-10-28 BloodMonolith ProductionsDOS 1997-03-05 Blood: Fresh SupplyNightdive Studios, Monolith ProductionsWIN 2019-05-09 Blood: Plasma PakMonolith ProductionsDOS 1997-10-15 Blood II: The ChosenMonolith ProductionsWIN 1998-10-31 Blood II: The Chosen – The Nightmare LevelsMonolith ProductionsWIN 1999-08-01 BodycountCodemasters Guildford[1]PS3. X360 2011-8-30 Boiling Point: Road to HellDeep ShadowsWIN 2005-05-20 BorderlandsGearbox SoftwareOSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2009-10-20 Borderlands 2Gearbox SoftwareLIN, OSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2012-09-21 Borderlands 3Gearbox SoftwareMAC, STADIA, PS4, WIN, XONE 2019-09-13 Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel2K AustraliaLIN, PS3, WIN, X360 2014-10-14 Bram Stoker's DraculaTAG DOS 1993-09 BreedBrat DesignsWIN 2004-03-19 Bright MemoryFYQD Personal Studio WIN 2019-01-12 BrinkSplash DamagePS3, WIN, X360 2011-05-10 Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30Gearbox SoftwareOSX, PS2, Wii, WIN, Xbox 2005-03-01 Brothers in Arms: Earned in BloodGearbox SoftwareMOBI, OSX, PS2, Wii, WIN, Xbox 2005-10-04 Brothers in Arms: Hell's HighwayGearbox SoftwarePS3, WIN, X360 2008-09-23 BreachAtomic GamesPC 2011-01-26 BulletstormPeople Can Fly, Epic GamesPS3, WIN, X360 2011-02-22 Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the EarthHeadfirst ProductionsWIN, Xbox 2005-10-24 Call of DutyInfinity WardNGE, OSX, PS3 (PSN), WIN, X360 (XBLA) 2003-10-29 Call of Duty: Finest HourSpark UnlimitedGCN, PS2, Xbox 2004-11-16 Call of Duty: United OffensiveGray Matter InteractiveOSX, WIN 2004-09-14 Call of Duty 2Infinity WardOSX, WIN, WMO, X360 2005-10-25 Call of Duty 2: Big Red OneTreyarchGCN, PS2, Xbox 2005-11-01 Call of Duty 3TreyarchPS2, PS3, Wii, X360, Xbox 2006-11-07 Call of Duty 4: Modern WarfareInfinity WardDS, OSX, PS3, Wii, WIN, X360 2007-11-06 Call of Duty: World at WarTreyarchDS, MOBI, PS2, PS3, Wii, WIN, X360 2008-11-11 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Infinity WardPS3, WIN, X360 2009-11-10 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilizedn-SpaceDS 2009-11-10 Call of Duty: Black OpsTreyarchDS, PS3, Wii, WIN, X360 2010-11-09 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3Infinity WardPS3, Wii, WIN, X360 2011-11-08 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – Defiancen-SpaceDS 2011-11-08 Call of Duty: Black Ops IITreyarchPS3, Wii U, WIN, X360 2012-11-13 Call of Duty: GhostsInfinity WardPS3, PS4, WiiU, WIN, X360, XONE 2013-11-05 Call of Duty: Advanced WarfareSledgehammer GamesPS3, PS4, WIN, X360, XONE 2014-11-04 Call of Duty: Black Ops IIITreyarchPS3, PS4, WIN, X360, XONE 2015-11-06 Call of Duty: Infinite WarfareInfinity WardPS4, WIN, XONE 2016-11-04 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare RemasteredRaven SoftwareWIN, PS4, XONE 2016-11-04 Call of Duty: WWIISledgehammer Games, Raven SoftwareWIN, PS4, XONE 2017-11-03 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4TreyarchPS4, XONE, WIN 2018-10-12 Call of Duty: MobileTiMi StudiosANDROID, IOS 2019-10-01 Call of Duty: Modern WarfareInfinity WardPS4, PS5, WIN, XONE, XSX 2019-10-25 Call of Duty: WarzoneInfinity WardPS4, PS5, WIN, XONE, XSX 2020-03-10 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign RemasteredBeenoxPS4, WIN, XONE 2020-03-31 Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold WarTreyarch, Raven SoftwarePS4, PS5, WIN, XONE, XSX 2020-11-13 Call of Duty: VanguardSledgehammer GamesPS4, PS5, WIN, XONE, XSX 2021-11-05 Call of JuarezTechlandWIN, X360 2006-09-15 Call of Juarez: Bound in BloodTechlandPS3, WIN, X360 2009-06-30 Call of Juarez: GunslingerTechlandPSN, WIN, XBLA 2013-05-22 Call of Juarez: The CartelTechlandPS3, WIN, X360 2011-07-19 CarnivoresAction FormsWIN 1998-11-30 Carnivores 2Action FormsWIN 1999-10-31 ChaserCauldron HQWIN 2003-08-30 Chasm: The RiftAction FormsDOS 1997-09-30 Castle MasterTeque SoftwareAMI, C64, ZX, PC 1990 Catacomb 3-Did SoftwareDOS 1991-11 Catacomb AbyssSoftdisk PublishingDOS 1992-01-12 Catacomb ArmageddonSoftdisk PublishingDOS 1993 Catacomb ApocalypseSoftdisk PublishingDOS 1993 CatechumenN'Lightning Software Development WIN 2000-09-27 Chex QuestDigital CaféDOS, WIN 1996 Chex Quest 2: Flemoids Take ChextropolisDigital CaféDOS, WIN 1997 Chex Quest 3Digital CaféDOS, WIN 2008-09-06 ChromeTechlandWIN 2003-10-28 Chrome SpecForceTechlandWIN 2005-06-02 The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher BayStarbreeze Studios
Tigon StudiosWIN, X360, Xbox 2004-06-01 The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark AthenaStarbreeze Studios
Tigon StudiosOSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2009-04-07 Clive Barker's JerichoMercurySteamPS3, WIN, X360 2007-10-23 Clive Barker's UndyingDreamWorks InteractiveOSX, WIN 2001-02-07 Close Combat: First to FightDestineer StudiosMAC, Wii, WIN, Xbox 2005-04-06 Codename EagleRefraction GamesWIN9X 1999-11-15 Codename MAT IIDerek Brewster AMSCPC, C64, ZX 1984 Codename: OutbreakGSC Game WorldWIN 2001-11-25 Alien ArenaCOR EntertainmentFreeBSD (BSD), LIN, OSX (unsupported), WIN 2005-10-31 The ColonyDavid Alan SmithMAC 1988 Combat Arms: ReloadedNexonWIN 2005-03-20 Command & Conquer: RenegadeWestwood StudiosWIN 2002-02-26 Commandos: Strike ForcePyro StudiosPS2, WIN, Xbox 2006-03-15 The ConduitHigh Voltage SoftwareWii 2009-06-23 Conduit 2High Voltage SoftwareWii 2011-04-19 Congo The Movie: The Lost City of ZinjJumpin JackSAT 1996 Consortiuminterdimensional games WIN 2014-01-08 Consortium: The TowerInterdimensional GamesWIN, LIN, OSX, XONE, PS4 2017-09-22 Contract J.A.C.K.Monolith ProductionsWIN 2003-11-11 CorporationCore Design Ltd.
DementiaAMI, DOS, GEN, ST 1990 Corridor 7: Alien InvasionCapstone SoftwareDOS 1994-03 Cosmic ConflictMagnavoxODY2 1978 Counter-StrikeValveLIN, WIN 2000-11-09 Counter-Strike: Condition ZeroValveLIN, WIN 2004-03-21 Counter-Strike: SourceValveLIN, OSX, WIN 2004-10-21 Counter-Strike: Global OffensiveValveOSX, WIN, X360, PS3 2012-08-21 CrossFireSmilegateWIN 2007-05-03 CTU: Marine SharpshooterJarhead GamesiPhone, WIN 2003-03-20 Cryostasis: Sleep of ReasonAction FormsWIN 2008-12-05 Cryptic Passage for BloodSunstorm InteractiveDOS 1997-06-30 CrysisCrytekPS3, WIN, X360 2007-11-13 Crysis WarheadCrytek BudapestWIN 2008-09-12 Crysis 2Crytek, Crytek UKPS3, WIN, X360 2011-03-22 Crysis 3CrytekPS3, WIN, X360 2013-02-19 Cube 2: SauerbratenWouter van Oortmerssen, Lee Salzman, Mike Dysart Microsoft Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, OS X, Unix 2004-05-06 Cybercon IIIThe Assembly LineAMI, DOS, ST 1991 CyberdilloPixel Technologies3DO, DOS 1996 CyberMage: Darklight AwakeningOrigin SystemsDOS 1995-04-30 Cyberpunk 2077CD Projekt RED, CD ProjektWIN, PS4, XONE 2020-12-10 CyClonesRaven SoftwareDOS 1994 DaikatanaIon StormN64, WIN 2000-05-24 Damage IncorporatedParanoid ProductionsMAC, WIN9X 1997 Dark ArenaGraphic StateGBA 2002-01-18 Dark SideIncentive SoftwareAMI, ST, AMSCPC, C64, DOS, ZX 1988 The DarknessStarbreeze StudiosPS3, X360 2007-06-25 The Darkness IIDigital ExtremesMAC, PS3, WIN, X360 2012-02-07 DarkwatchHigh Moon Studios, Capcom, UbisoftPS2, Xbox 2005-08-16 Day of DefeatValveWIN 2003-05-01 Day of Defeat: SourceValveOSX, WIN 2005-09-26 Day of the ViperAccoladeAMI, ST, DOS 1989 Dead IslandDeep SilverPS3, X360, WIN 2011-09-06 Dead Island: RiptideDeep SilverPS3, X360, WIN 2013-04-23 Deadly DozennFusion InteractiveWIN 2001-10-30 Dead Man's HandHuman Head StudiosWIN, Xbox 2004-03-02 Deep Rock GalacticGhost Ship Games, Coffee Stain PublishingWIN, XONE 2018-02-28 Defcon 5Millennium Interactive3DO, PS1, SAT 1995-11 Delta ForceNovaLogicWIN 1998-11-01 Delta Force 2NovaLogicWIN 1999-11-03 Delta Force: Land WarriorNovaLogicWIN 2000-12-01 Delta Force: Task Force DaggerZombie StudiosWIN 2002-06-27 Delta Force: Urban WarfareRebellion DevelopmentsPS1, PSN 2002-07-02 Delta Force: Black Hawk DownNovaLogicOSX, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2003-03-24 Delta Force: XtremeNovaLogicWIN 2005-05-19 Delta Force: Xtreme 2NovaLogicWIN 2009-09-03 Dementium: The WardRenegade KidDS 2007-10-31 Dementium IIRenegade KidDS 2010-05-04 Depth DwellersTriSoftDOS 1994 DescentParallax SoftwareDOS 1995-03-17 Descent IIParallax SoftwareDOS 1996-03-13 DestinyBungiePS3, PS4, X360, XONE 2014-09-14 Destiny 2BungiePS4, XONE, WIN 2017-09-06 Deus ExIon StormOSX, PS2, WIN 2000-06-17 Deus Ex: Human RevolutionEidos MontréalOSX, PS3, WIN, Wii U, X360 2011-08-23 Deus Ex: Mankind DividedEidos MontréalPS4, WIN, XONE 2016-08-23 Pac-Man & Galaga DimensionsNamco Bandai GamesNintendo 3DS2011-06-23 Despair 3U-Neek SoftwareDOS 1995 DeusSilmarilsDOS, WIN 1996-12-31 DevastationDigitalo StudiosLIN, WIN 2003-03-25 Devil DaggersSorathWIN, LIN, MAC 2016-02-18 Die Hard: Nakatomi PlazaPiranha GamesWIN 2002-04-22 DishonoredArkane StudiosWIN, PS3, X360, PS4, XONE 2012-10-09 Dishonored 2Arkane StudiosWIN, PS4, XONE 2016-11-11 Dishonored: Death of the OutsiderArkane StudiosWIN, PS4, XONE 2017-09-15 DisruptorInsomniac GamesPS1 1996-11-20 Doomid SoftwareOfficial versions of Doom1993-12-10 Doom II: Hell on Earthid SoftwareAMI 1200, DOS, GBA, LIN, MAC, PS1, SAT, Tapwave Zodiac, WIN, XBLA, Xbox 1994-09-30 Doom 3id SoftwareLIN, OSX, WIN, Xbox 2004-08-03 Doom 3: Resurrection of EvilNerve SoftwareLIN, WIN, Xbox 2005-04-03 Doom 3 BFG Editionid SoftwareLIN, PS3, WIN, X360 2012-10-16 Doom 64Midway GamesN64 1997-03-31 Doomid SoftwarePS4, WIN, XONE, NX 2016-05-13 Doom EternalId SoftwarePS4, WIN, XONE, NX 2020-03-20 DreamkillerMindwareWIN 2009-10-12 DrillerMajor Developments AMI, ST, AMSCPC, C64, DOS, ZX 1987 Duke Nukem 3D3D RealmsDOS, Game.com, GEN, iPhone, MAC, MOBIMAE (Nokia N900), N64, PS1, SAT, WIN, X360 (XBLA), Zeebo, and source ports to many other platforms 1996-01-29 Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition3D RealmsDOS, MAC 1996-11 Duke Caribbean: Life's a BeachSunstorm InteractiveDOS 1998-01 Duke It Out In D.C.Sunstorm InteractiveDOS 1997-03-31 Duke: Nuclear WinterSimply Silly SoftwareDOS 1997-12-30 Duke Nukem Forever3D RealmsOSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2011-06-10 DuskNew Blood InteractiveWIN, LIN, OSX, NX 2018-12-10 Dying LightTechlandWIN, LIN, OSX, PS4, XONE 2015-01-27 Dying Light: The FollowingTechlandWIN, LIN, PS4, XONE 2016-02-09 Dying Light 2TechlandWIN, PS4, XONE 2021-12-07 Earthfall (video game)Holospark WIN, PS4, XONE, NX 2018-07-13 Ecks vs. SeverCrawfish InteractiveGBA 2001-11-21 EldritchMinor Key GamesWIN, LIN, OSX 2013-10-21 Enemy Territory: Quake WarsSplash DamageLIN, OSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2007-10-02 EpidemicGenki Co.PS1 1995-12-29 EradicatorAccoladeDOS 1996-09-30 Escape from Monster ManorThe 3DO Company3DO 1993 Escape from TarkovBattlestate GamesWIN TBA Extreme PaintbrawlHead Games PublishingDOS/PC 1998-10-31 Fallout 3Bethesda Game StudiosPS3, WIN, X360 2008-10-28 Fallout 4Bethesda Game StudiosPS4, WIN, XONE 2015-11-10 Fallout 76Bethesda Game StudiosPS4, WIN, XONE 2018-11-04 Fallout: New VegasObsidian EntertainmentPS3, WIN, X360 2010-10-19 F.E.A.R.Monolith ProductionsPS3, WIN, X360 2005-10-17 F.E.A.R. 2: Project OriginMonolith ProductionsPS3, WIN, X360 2009-02-10 F.E.A.R. 3Day 1 StudiosPS3, WIN, X360 2011-06-21 Far CryCrytekWIN 2004-03-23 Far Cry 2Ubisoft MontrealPS3, WIN, X360 2008-10-21 Far Cry 3Ubisoft MontrealPS3, WIN, X360 2012-11-29 Far Cry 4Ubisoft MontrealPS3, PS4, WIN, X360, XONE 2014-11-18 Far Cry 5Ubisoft MontrealPS4, WIN, XONE 2018-03-27 Far Cry 3: Blood DragonUbisoft MontrealPSN, WIN, XBLA 2013-05-01 Far Cry: InstinctsUbisoft MontrealXbox, X360 2005-10-27 Far Cry: VengeanceUbisoft MontrealWii 2006-12-12 Far Cry PrimalUbisoft MontrealPS4, WIN, XONE 2016-02-23 Far Cry New DawnUbisoft MontrealWIN, PS4, XONE 2019-02-15 Final Doomid Software
TeamTNT
Casali brothersDOS, MAC, PS1 1996-06-17 Flying HeroesPterodon
Illusion SoftworksWIN 2000-04-30 Forbes Corporate WarriorByron Preiss Multimedia CompanyWIN9X 1997-08-15 The Fortress of Dr. RadiakiFuture Visionary, Inc.
Maelstrom SoftwareDOS 1994-12-30 Frontlines: Fuel of WarKaos Studios
nFusion InteractiveWIN, X360 2008-02-25 Geistn-Space, Inc.GameCube 2005-08-15 Generation ZeroAvalanche StudiosWIN, PS4, XONE 2019-03-26 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone ComplexAtari
BandaiPSP 2005 Ghost SquadSega AM2Arcade, Wii 2004 (Arcade)

2007 (Wii)

Ghost Squad: EvolutionSega AM2Arcade 2007 Global OperationsBarking Dog StudiosWIN 2002-03-26 GloomBlack Magic SoftwareAMI, AMI32 1995 Gods and GeneralsAniVisionWIN 2003-02-18 GoldenEye 007RareN64 1997-08-23 GoldenEye 007EurocomDS, Wii 2010-11-02 GoldenEye: Rogue AgentElectronic ArtsDS, GCN, PS2, Xbox 2004-11-22 Golgo 13: Top Secret EpisodeVic TokaiNES 1988-03-26 Gore: Ultimate Soldier4D RulersWIN 2002-06-05 GTFO10 Chambers CollectiveWIN 2019 Gun BusterTaitoArcade 1992-08 Gunman ChroniclesRewolf SoftwareWIN 2000-11-20 GunmetalMad Genius SoftwareDOS, WIN 1998-08-31 H.U.R.L.Millennium Media GroupDOS 1995 Hacx: Twitch 'n KillBanjo SoftwareDOS 1997-09 Hades 2Espaço InformáticaWIN 1999-09-20 Half-Life 2: Episode OneValveLIN, OSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2006-06-01 Half-Life 2: Episode TwoValveLIN, OSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2007-10-10 Half-LifeValveLIN, PS2, WIN 1998-11-19 Half-Life 2ValveLIN, OSX, PS3, WIN, Xbox, X360 2004-11-16 Half-Life: Blue ShiftGearbox SoftwareLIN, MAC, WIN 2001-06-12 Half-Life: DecayGearbox SoftwarePS2, WIN (unofficial) 2001-11-24 Half-Life: Opposing ForceGearbox SoftwareLIN, WIN 1999-11-01 Halo: Combat EvolvedBungieOSX, WIN, Xbox, X360 2001-11-15 Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary343 IndustriesX360 2011-11-15 Halo 2BungieWIN, Xbox 2004-11-09 Halo 3BungieX360 2007-09-25 Halo 3: ODSTBungieX360 2009-09-22 Halo: ReachBungieX360 2010-09-14 Halo 4343 IndustriesX360 2012-11-06 Halo 5: Guardians343 IndustriesXONE 2015-10-27 Halo: The Master Chief Collection343 IndustriesWIN, XONE 2014-11-11 Hard ResetFlying Wild HogWIN 2011-09-13 HazeFree Radical DesignPS3 2008-05-20 Heat ProjectDOOBIC EntertainmentWIN 2003-05-14 Heavy Fire: AfghanistanTeyon3DS, PS3, Wii, WIN 2011-11-25 Heavy Fire: Black ArmsTeyonWii (WiiWare) 2011-03-07 Heavy Fire: Special OperationsTeyon3DS, Wii (WiiWare) 2010-06-26 Heavy Fire: Shattered SpearTeyonPS3, WIN, X360 2013-01-28 HereticRaven SoftwareDOS, MAC 1994-12-23 Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent RidersRaven SoftwareDOS 1996-03-31 Hexen: Beyond HereticRaven SoftwareDOS, MAC, N64, PS1, SAT 1995-10-30 Hexen: Deathkings of the Dark CitadelRaven SoftwareDOS 1996-01-01 Hexen IIRaven SoftwareMAC, WIN 1997-08-31 Hexen II Mission Pack: Portal of PraevusRaven SoftwareWIN 1998-03-31 Hidden & DangerousIllusion SoftworksDC, PS1, WIN 1999-07-29 Hidden & Dangerous 2Illusion SoftworksWIN 2003-10-24 HomefrontKaos StudiosPS3, WIN, X360 2011-03-15 Homefront: The RevolutionDambuster StudiosPS4, WIN, OS X, XONE 2016-05-17 Horizon VGebelli SoftwareApple II1982 Hovertank 3Did SoftwareDOS 1991-04 Hunt: ShowdownCrytekWIN, XONE, PS4 2019-08-27 I.G.I.-2: Covert StrikeInnerloop StudiosMAC, WIN, Xbox 2003-03-03 In Pursuit of GreedMind Shear SoftwareDOS 1995 Insurgency: SandstormNew World InteractiveWIN, PS4, XONE 2018-12-12 InterphaseThe Assembly LineAMI, DOS, ST 1989 Ion FuryVoidpoint, 3D RealmsWIN 2019-08-15 Iron Angel of the ApocalypseSynergy Inc.3DO 1994-06-09 Iron Angel of the Apocalypse: The ReturnSynergy Inc.3DO 1995-09-22 Iron Grip: WarlordISOTXWIN 2008-11-05 Iron StormI4X Studios
KylotonnPS2, WIN 2002-10-28 Island Perilelectric fantasiesDOS 1995-04 Isle of the DeadRainmaker SoftwareDOS 1993-12 007: Agent Under FireElectronic ArtsGCN, PS2, Xbox 2002-03-15 007: NightfireEurocom, Gearbox SoftwareGBA, GCN, MAC, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2002-09-02 Joint Operations: Typhoon RisingNovaLogicWIN 2004-06-15 Joint Operations: EscalationNovaLogicWIN 2004-11-17 Judge Dredd: Dredd Vs. DeathRebellion DevelopmentsGCN, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2003-10-17 Juggernaut: The New StoryCanopy GamesWIN 1998 Jumping Flash!ExactPS1, PSN 1995-04-27 Jumping Flash! 2ExactPS1, PSN 1996-04-26 Jurassic Park: TrespasserDreamWorks InteractiveWIN 1998-10-28 Ken's LabyrinthKen SilvermanDOS 1993-01-01 Kidō Senshi Z-Gundam: Hot ScrambleBandaiNES 1986 Kileak: The DNA ImperativeGenkiPS1 1995-09-09 Killing TimeStudio 3DO3DO, MAC, WIN 1995-08-15 KillzoneGuerrilla GamesPS2 2004-11-02 Killzone 2Guerrilla GamesPS3 2009-02-25 Killzone 3Guerrilla GamesPS3 2011-02-22 Killzone: MercenaryGuerrilla GamesVITA 2013-09-04 Killzone: Shadow FallGuerrilla GamesPS4 2013-11-15 Kingpin: Life of CrimeXatrix EntertainmentLIN, WIN 1999-06-30 King KongUbisoftDS, GCN, PS2, PSP, WIN, X360, Xbox 2005-11-17 Kiss: Psycho Circus: The Nightmare ChildThird Law InteractiveDC, WIN 2000-07-18 Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's GreenBrainbox GamesWIN, Xbox 2005-10-18 Laser ArenaTrainwreck StudiosWIN 2000-09 Left 4 DeadValveOSX, WIN, X360 2008-11-17 Left 4 Dead 2ValveLIN, OSX, WIN, X360 2009-11-17 LegendarySpark UnlimitedPS3, WIN, X360 2008-11-04 Legend of the Seven PaladinsAccend IncDOS 1994 Legends of Might and MagicNew World ComputingWIN 2001-06-30 Lethal TenderPie in the Sky SoftwareDOS 1993 Lifeforce TenkaPsygnosisPS1, WIN 1997-05-31 Line of Sight: VietnamnFusionWIN 2003-03-05 LunicusCyberflix IncorporatedMAC, WIN3X 1994-04 Mace Griffin: Bounty HunterWarthog GamesPS2, WIN, Xbox 2003-06-17 MAGZipper InteractivePS3 2010-01-26 MaliceRatloopDOS, LIN, MAC, WIN 1997-10-15 Men in Black: The Series – CrashdownRunecraftPS1 2001-11-20 MarathonBungieApple Pippin, MAC, ported to LIN, OSX, WIN through the Aleph One project 1994-12-21 Marathon 2: DurandalBungieApple Pippin, MAC, WIN, XBLA, ported to LIN, OSX through the Aleph One project 1995-11-24 Marathon InfinityBungieMAC, ported to LIN, OSX, WIN through the Aleph One project 1996-10-15 Master Levels for Doom IIid SoftwareDOS, PS1 1995-12-26 Maze WarSteve ColleyImlac PDS-1, MAC, NeXT Computer, Palm OS, Xerox Star, X11 1974 Medal of HonorDreamWorks InteractivePS1 1999-11-11 Medal of Honor: UndergroundDreamWorks InteractivePS1, GBA 2000-10-23 Medal of Honor: Allied Assault2015, Inc.LIN, OSX, WIN 2002-01-22 Medal of Honor: FrontlineEA Los AngelesPS2, Xbox, GC 2002-05-28 Medal of Honor: Rising SunEA Los AngelesPS2, Xbox, GC 2003-11-11 Medal of Honor: Pacific AssaultEA Los Angeles, TKO SoftwareWIN 2004-11-02 Medal of Honor: European AssaultEA Los AngelesPS2, Xbox, GC 2005-06-07 Medal of Honor: HeroesEA CanadaPSP 2006-10-23 Medal of Honor: VanguardEA Los Angeles, Budcat CreationsPS2, WII 2006-10-23 Medal of Honor: AirborneEA Los AngelesPS3, WIN, X360 2007-09-04 Medal of Honor: Heroes 2EA Los AngelesPSP, WII 2007-11-13 Medal of HonorDanger Close Games, EA Digital Illusions CEPS3, WIN, X360 2010-10-12 Medal of Honor: WarfighterDanger Close GamesPS3, WIN, X360 2012-10-23 Men of Valor2015, Inc.WIN, Xbox 2004-10-19 Metal HeadSegaSega 32X1995-02-24 Metro 20334A GamesWIN, X360, PS4, XONE, LIN, OSX 2010-03-16 Metro: Last Light4A GamesWIN, X360, PS3, PS4, XONE, LIN, OSX 2013-05-14 Metro Exodus4A GamesWIN, PS4, XONE 2019-02-15 Metroid PrimeNintendoGCN 2002-11-17 Metroid Prime 2: EchoesNintendoGCN 2004-11-15 Metroid Prime 3: CorruptionNintendoWii 2007-08-27 MidairArchetype StudiosWIN 2018-05-03 MIDI MazeXanth Software F/XST, Atari 8-bit, GB, GG, SNES 1987 MidwinterMaelstrom GamesAMI, DOS, ST 1989 Mission Against TerrorKingsoft Dalian JingCai Studio

Wicked Interactive / Suba Games

WIN 2010 Mob EnforcerTouchdown EntertainmentWIN 2004-07-13 Mobile ForcesRage Games
Realtime WorldsWIN 2002-05-31 Mortal Coil: Adrenalin IntelligenceCrush Ltd.DOS 1995 Mortyr (2093–1944)Mirage Media S. C.WIN9X 1999-12-30 MothergunshipGrip Digital, Terrible Posture Games WIN, PS4, XONE 2018-07-17 NAMTNT Team DOS, WIN 1998-07-31 Natural SelectionUnknown Worlds EntertainmentWIN 2002-10-31 NecroVisioNThe Farm 51WIN 2009-02-20 NecroVisioN: Lost CompanyThe Farm 51WIN 2010-02-19 Nerf Arena BlastVisionary MediaWIN 1999-10-31 Neuro HunterMedia ArtWIN 2005-08-19 NeuroRevolt GamesWIN 2006-03-10 New World OrderTermite GamesWIN 2002-12-05 NexuizAlientrap LIN, FreeBSD, WIN, OS X, AmigaOS 4, AROS2005-05-31 Nitemare 3DGray Design AssociatesDOS, WIN 1994-05-17 No Man's SkyHello GamesWIN, PS4, XONE 2016-08-09 No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.'s WayMonolith ProductionsOSX, WIN 2002-09-30 Nosferatu: The Wrath of MalachiIdol FXWIN 2003-10-21 NRA Gun ClubCrave EntertainmentPS2 2006-10-02 Oddworld: Stranger's WrathOddworld InhabitantsWIN, Xbox 2005-01-25 Ominous Horizons: A Paladin's CallingN'Lightning Software Development WIN 2001-10-15 OnslaughtShadeWii 2009-02-13 Operation: BlockadeScreaming GamesArcade, WIN 2002-05-13 Operation Body CountCapstone SoftwareDOS 1994-03 Operation Flashpoint: Cold War CrisisBohemia Interactive StudioWIN, Xbox 2001-06-22 Operation Flashpoint: Dragon RisingCodemastersPS3, WIN, X360 2009-10-06 Operation Flashpoint: Red RiverCodemastersPS3, WIN, X360 2011-04-21 Operation: MatriarchyMADia EntertainmentWIN 2005-08-25 The Operative: No One Lives ForeverMonolith ProductionsOSX, PS2, WIN 2000-11-09 Osiris: New DawnFenix Fire EntertainmentWIN, PS4, XONE TBA OutcastAppealWIN 1999-07-31 OutlawsLucasArtsWIN 1997-03-31 OuttriggerSega-AM2Arcade, DC 1999-07-24 Overkill's The Walking DeadOverkill SoftwareWIN 2018-11-06 OverwatchBlizzard EntertainmentPS4, WIN, XONE 2016-05-24 PainkillerPeople Can FlyWIN, Xbox (named Painkiller: Hell Wars) 2004-04-12 Painkiller: Battle out of HellPeople Can FlyWIN 2004-11-22 Painkiller: Hell & DamnationThe Farm 51WIN, X360, PS3 2012-10-31 Painkiller: OverdoseMindware StudiosWIN 2007-10-30 Painkiller: Recurring EvilStudio Med-ArtWIN 2012-02-29 Painkiller: RedemptionEggtooth TeamWIN 2011-02-25 Painkiller: ResurrectionHomeGrown GamesWIN 2009-10-27 Paladins: Champions of the RealmHi-Rez StudiosWIN. OSX, PS4, XONE 2015-08-15 PariahDigital ExtremesWIN, Xbox 2005-05-03 Parkan: The Imperial ChroniclesNikita WIN 1997-09 Parkan: Iron StrategyNikita WIN 2001-11-29 Parkan IINikita WIN 2004 Pathways into DarknessBungieMAC 1993-08 Patriots: A Nation Under Fire4D RulersWIN 2007-02-29 Payday: The HeistSony Online EntertainmentMicrosoft Windows, PlayStation 3 2011-10-18 Pencil WhippedChiselBrainWIN 2001 Perfect DarkRareN64 2000-05-22 Perfect Dark ZeroRareX360 2005-11-17 Perfect Dark4J StudiosX360 2010-03-17 Phantom SlayerMed SystemsTRS80, DRA 1982 PlanetSideSony Online EntertainmentWIN 2003-05-20 PlanetSide 2Sony Online EntertainmentWIN 2012-11-20 PO'edAny Channel3DO, PS1 1995-11-06 Point BlankZepettoWIN 2008–03 PortalValveLIN, OSX, WIN, PS3, X360 2007-10-09 Portal 2ValveLIN, OSX, WIN, PS3, X360 2011-04-19 Postal 2Running with ScissorsLIN, OSX, WIN 2003-04-13 Postal 4: No RegertsRunning with Scissors (company)WIN 2019-10-14 PowerSlaveLobotomy SoftwareDOS, PS1, SAT 1996-09-26 The PrecursorsDeep ShadowsWIN 2009-12-04 PreyHuman Head StudiosLIN, OSX, SYB, WIN, X360, Zeebo2006-07-11 Prey InvasionMachine Works NorthWestiPhone 2009-06-04 PreyArkane StudiosPS4, WIN, XONE 2017-05-05 Prime TargetMarathon EngineMac 1996 ProdeusMike Voeller, Jason Mojica
WIN, LIN, OSX, PS4, XONE, NX 2020 Project EdenCore DesignPS2, WIN 2001-10-08 Project I.G.I.Innerloop StudiosWIN 2000-12-15 Project SnowblindCrystal DynamicsPS2, WIN, Xbox 2005-02-22 Project WarlockBuckshot SoftwareWIN, PS4, NS, Xbox 2018-10-18 Quakeid SoftwareAMI, BSD (IRIX), DOS, Falcon 060, LIN, MAC, N64, OS2, ROS (Risc PC), SAT, UNIX (Solaris (operating system)), WIN, WMO, Zeebo, and source ports to additional platforms 1996-06-22 Quake Mission Pack No. 1: Scourge of ArmagonHipnotic InteractiveDOS 1997-02-28 Quake Mission Pack No. 2: Dissolution of EternityRogue EntertainmentDOS 1997-03-31 Quake IIid SoftwareAMI, AmigaOS 4, BEOS, BSD (IRIX), LIN, MAC, N64, PS1, WIN, X360, Zeebo1997-12-09 Quake II Mission Pack: Ground ZeroRogue EntertainmentWIN 1998-08-31 Quake II Mission Pack: The ReckoningXatrix EntertainmentWIN 1998-05-31 Quake III Arenaid SoftwareBSD (IRIX), DC, iPhone, LIN, MAC, PS2, WIN, XBLA 1999-12-02 Quake III: Team Arenaid SoftwareWIN 2000-12-18 Quake 4id Software, Raven SoftwareLIN, OSX, WIN, X360 2005-10-18 Quake Liveid SoftwareLIN, OSX, WIN 2010-08-06 Quest for Bushal-QaedaWIN 2006-09-11 Quest for SaddamPetrilla EntertainmentWIN 2003-05-14 Quest of Persia: The End of InnocencePuya ArtsWIN 2005-09-25 QuiverADvertainment SoftwareDOS 1997-03 Radix: Beyond the VoidNeutral Storm EntertainmentDOS 1995-11-02 Rageid SoftwareiPhone, OSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2011-10-04 Rage 2Avalanche StudiosWIN, PS4, XONE 2019-05-14 Raven Squad: Operation Hidden DaggerAtomic MotionWIN, X360 2009-08-25 Realms of the HauntingGremlin InteractiveWIN9X 1997-01 Rebel MoonFenris Wolf Ltd.WIN 1995-12 Rebel Moon RisingFenris Wolf Ltd.WIN 1997 Rec RoomAgainst Gravity WIN, PS4 2016-06-28 Red BabeThe DaRK CaVErN ProductionsDOS 1994 Red FactionVolitionMAC, MOBI, NGE, PS2, WIN 2001-05-22 Red Faction IIVolitionGCN, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2002-10-15 Redneck RampageXatrix EntertainmentDOS, MAC 1997-04-30 Redneck Rampage: Suckin' Grits on Route 66Xatrix EntertainmentDOS 1997-12-19 Redneck Rampage Rides AgainXatrix EntertainmentDOS 1998-05-31 Red OceanCollision StudiosWIN 2007-03-30 Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45Tripwire InteractiveWIN 2006-03-14 Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of StalingradTripwire InteractiveWIN 2011-09-13 Red SteelUbisoftWii 2006-11-19 Red Steel 2UbisoftWii 2010-03-23 RedlineBeyond GamesWIN 1999-03-24 The RegimentKuju EntertainmentWIN 2006 Renegade XTotem ArtsWIN 2014–02 Requiem: Avenging AngelCyclone StudiosWIN 1999-03-31 Rescue on Fractalus!LucasArtsA400/800 1985 Resident Evil 7: BiohazardCapcomPS4, XONE, WIN 2017-01-24 Resident Evil: The Darkside ChroniclesCapcomPSN, Wii 2009-11-17 Resident Evil: The Umbrella ChroniclesCapcomPSN, Wii 2007-11-13 Resident Evil: Dead AimCapcomPS2 2003-02-13 Resident Evil SurvivorCapcomPS1, WIN 2000-01-27 Resident Evil Survivor 2 Code: VeronicaCapcomArcade, PS2 2001-11-08 Resistance: Fall of ManInsomniac GamesPS3 2006-11-10 Resistance 2Insomniac GamesPS3 2008-11-04 Resistance 3Insomniac GamesPS3 2011-09-06 Resistance: Burning SkiesNihilistic SoftwareVITA 2012-05-29 Return to Castle WolfensteinGray Matter InteractiveLIN, OSX, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2001-11-19 Rise of the TriadApogee SoftwareDOS, iPhone 1994-12-21 Rise of the TriadInterceptor EntertainmentWIN 2013-07-31 Rising Storm (video game)Tripwire InteractiveWIN 2013-05-30 Rising Storm 2: VietnamAntimatter GamesWIN 2017-05-30 RoboCopTitus SoftwareGCN, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2003–05 RoboCop 3Digital Image DesignAMI, ST, DOS 1991 RoboticaMicronetSAT 1995-03-24 Rogue WarriorRebellion DevelopmentsPS3, WIN, X360 2009-11-26 SanctumCoffee Stain StudiosWIN, OSX 2011-04-15 Sanctum 2Coffee Stain Studios, Reverb Publishing WIN, OSX, LIN, X360, PS3 2013-05-15 Saucer AttackLotus Soft C64 1984 SAS: Secure TomorrowCity InteractiveWIN 2008 Savage: The Battle for NewerthS2 GamesLIN, OSX, WIN 2003-09-09 Savage 2: A Tortured SoulS2 GamesLIN, OSX, WIN 2008-01-16 Scarab of RaSemicolon SoftwareMac 1987-01-01 Scorpion: DisfiguredB-Cool InteractiveWIN 2009-03-31 Secret ServiceCauldron HQPS2, WIN, X360 2008-11-04 Secret ServiceFun LabsWIN 2001-11-23 Secret Service 2: Security Breach4D RulersWIN 2003-10-28 Section 8TimeGate StudiosPS3, WIN, X360 2009-09-04 Section 8: PrejudiceTimeGate StudiosPSN, WIN, XBLA 2011-04-11 Serious Sam 3: BFECroteamPS3, WIN, X360 2011-11-22 Serious Sam 4CroteamWIN, STADIA, PS4, XONE 2020-09-24 Serious Sam: Next EncounterClimax SolentGCN, PS2 2004-04-14 Serious Sam: The First EncounterCroteamLIN, WIN, XBLA, Xbox 2001-03-21 Serious Sam: The Second EncounterCroteamLIN, WIN, XBLA 2002-02-02 Serious Sam IICroteamLIN, WIN, Xbox 2005-10-11 Shadow Ops: Red MercuryZombie StudiosWIN, Xbox 2004-06-15 ShadowrunFASA InteractiveWIN, X360 2007-05-29 Shadow Warrior3D RealmsDOS, MAC 1997-05-13 Shadow WarriorFlying Wild HogWIN, Xbox, PS4 2013-09-26 Shadow Warrior 2Flying Wild HogWIN, Xbox, PS4 2016-10-13 Shattered HorizonFuturemark Games StudioWIN 2009-11-04 Shellshock 2: Blood TrailsRebellion DevelopmentsPS3, WIN, X360 2009-02-13 The ShipOuterlightWIN 2006-07-30 Shogo: Mobile Armor DivisionMonolith ProductionsAMI, LIN, MAC, WIN 1998-09-30 ShrakQuantum AxcessDOS, WIN 1997-01-30 Silent DebuggersData EastPCE, VC 1991-03-29 SiNRitual EntertainmentLIN, MAC (PowerPC), WIN 1998-10-31 SiN EpisodesRitual EntertainmentWIN 2006-05-10 SingularityRaven SoftwarePS3, WIN, X360 2010-06-25 Smokin' GunsSmokin' Guns ProductionsLIN, OSX, WIN 2009-01-01 Sniper: Ghost WarriorCity InteractivePS3, WIN, X360 2010-06-24 Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2City InteractivePS3, WIN, X360 2013-03-12 Sniper Ghost Warrior 3CI GamesPS4, WIN, XONE 2017-01-27 Sniper Ghost Warrior ContractsCI GamesPS4, WIN, XONE 2019-11-22 SolarixPulsetense GamesWIN 2015-04-30 Soldier of FortuneRaven SoftwareDC, PS2, LIN, WIN 2000-03-27 Soldier of Fortune II: Double HelixRaven SoftwareMAC, WIN, Xbox 2002-05-20 Soldier of Fortune: PaybackCauldron HQPS3, WIN, X360 2007-11-14 South ParkIguana Entertainment
Appaloosa InteractiveN64, PS1 1998-12-12 Space HulkElectronic ArtsAMI, DOS 1993-06 Space Hulk: DeathwingStreum on studio, Cyanide (company), Focus Home InteractiveWIN, PS4 2016-12-14 Space Hulk: Vengeance of the Blood AngelsKey Game3DO, PS1, SAT 1995 Space StormDava Consulting LLC. iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch 2009-10-10 SpasimJim Bowery PLATO1974-03 Spear of Destinyid SoftwareDOS 1992-09-18 Special ForceHezbollahWIN 2003 Special Force 2: Tale of the Truthful PledgeCentral Internet BureauWIN 2007-08-16 Special Operation 85: Hostage RescueAssociation of Islamic Unions of StudentsWIN 2007-07-16 Spec Ops: Rangers Lead the WayZombie StudiosWIN 1998-04-30 Spec Ops: Ranger Team BravoZombie StudiosWIN 1998-11-17 Spec Ops II: Green BeretsZombie StudiosWIN 1999-10-31 Spec Ops II: Omega SquadRunecraftDC 2000-10-24 Splat Magazine Renegade PaintballGlobal Star SoftwareWIN, Xbox 2005-10-11 Splitgate1047 Games WIN, PS4, XONE 2019-05-24 The Stalin SubwayG5 Software LLC
Orion GamesWIN 2005-12-08 S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of ChernobylGSC Game WorldWIN 2007-03-20 S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear SkyGSC Game WorldWIN 2008-08-22 S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of PripyatGSC Game WorldWIN 2009-02-02 Star CitizenCloud Imperium GamesWIN TBA Star CruiserArsys SoftwarePC88, PC98, X68K, GEN 1988 Star Cruiser 2Arsys SoftwarePC98, FMT 1992 Star LusterNamcoNES, Arcade, X68K, VC 1985 Star RaidersAtariA400/800 1979 Star Raiders IIAtari Corp.ATR, AMSCPC, C64, DOS, ZX 1986 Star ShipAtariA2600 1977 StarhawkCinematronicsARC 1979 Starship TroopersStrangelite WIN 2005-10-27 StarfoxRealtime Games SoftwareAMSCPC, C64, ZX 1987 Starsiege: TribesDynamixWIN 1998-11-30 Star TrekSegaArcade 1982 Star Trek: Voyager – Elite ForceRaven SoftwarePS2, MAC, LIN (Multiplayer-only), WIN 2000-09-20 Star Trek: Elite Force IIRitual EntertainmentOSX, WIN 2003-06-20 Star Trek: The Next Generation: Klingon Honor GuardMicroProseMAC, WIN 1998-09-30 Star Wars: BattlefrontPandemic StudiosMAC, MOBI, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2004-09-20 Star Wars BattlefrontEA DICEWIN, PS4, XONE 2015-11-17 Star Wars: Battlefront IIPandemic StudiosPS2, PSP, WIN, Xbox 2005-11-01 Star Wars Battlefront IIEA DICEWIN, PS4, XONE 2017-11-17 Star Wars: Dark ForcesLucasArtsDOS, MAC, PS1, PSN 1995-02-15 Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces IILucasArtsWIN 1997-09-30 Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the SithLucasArtsWIN 1998-01-31 Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi OutcastRaven SoftwareGCN, OSX, WIN, Xbox 2002-03-26 Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi AcademyRaven SoftwareOSX, WIN, Xbox 2003-09-17 Star Wars: Republic CommandoLucasArtsMOBI, WIN, Xbox 2005-03-01 Stellar 7Damon Slye AP2, C64 1983 StrafeDevolver DigitalWIN 2017-05-09 Strife: Quest for the SigilRogue EntertainmentDOS 1996-02-23 Submarine CommanderThorn EMI Computer SoftwareA400/800 1982 Super 3D Noah's ArkWisdom TreeDOS, SNES 1994-12 SWAT 3: Close Quarters BattleSierra EntertainmentWIN 1999-11-23 SWAT: Global Strike TeamArgonaut GamesPS2, Xbox 2003-10-28 SWAT 4Irrational GamesWIN 2005-04-05 System ShockLooking Glass StudiosDOS, MAC 1994-03-26 System ShockNightdive StudiosWIN, OSX, PS4, XONE 2020 System Shock 2Looking Glass Studios
Irrational GamesWIN 1999-08-11 System Shock 3OtherSide EntertainmentWIN, PS4, XONE 2020 SyndicateStarbreeze StudiosWIN, X360, PS3 2012-02-21 Tactical Ops: Assault on TerrorKamehan StudiosWIN, LIN (unofficial), MAC (unofficial) 1999-12-23 (Mod)

2002-04-24 (Retail)

Tau CetiCRL GroupST, AMSCPC, C64, DOS, ZX 1985 Team FortressTeam Fortress Software LIN, OSX, WIN 1999-04-07 Team Fortress 2ValveLIN OSX, PS3, WIN, X360 2007-10-10 Team Fortress ClassicValveWIN 1999-05-30 Terminal TerrorPie in the Sky SoftwareDOS 1994 The TerminatorBethesda SoftworksDOS 1991-07 The Terminator: RampageBethesda SoftworksDOS 1993-12 The Terminator: Future ShockBethesda SoftworksDOS 1995-08 The Terminator: SkyNETBethesda SoftworksDOS 1996-11 Terminator 3: Rise of the MachinesBlack Ops EntertainmentMOBI, PS2, Xbox 2003-11-11 Terminator 3: War of the MachinesClever's GamesWIN 2003-11-28 Terminator: ResistanceTeyonPS4, WIN, XONE 2019-11-15 Terra Nova: Strike Force CentauriLooking Glass StudiosDOS 1996-02-29 Terrawars: New York InvasionLadyluck Digital MediaWIN 2006-07-06 Terror Attack: Project FatehShivam Sai GuptaiPhone, MOBI, WIN 2010-06-23 Terror In Christmas TownMichael ZerboDOS 1995 TestamentInsanityAMI 1996 TitanfallRespawn EntertainmentWIN, X360, XONE 2014-03-11 Titanfall 2Respawn EntertainmentPS4, WIN, XONE 2016-10-28 The Outer WorldsObsidian EntertainmentWIN, PS4, XONE 2019-10-25 The Ultimate Doomid SoftwareDOS, MAC, PS1, SAT 1995-04-30 The Walking Dead: Survival InstinctTerminal RealityPS3, WIN, Wii U, X360 2013-03-19 Time Crisis 4NamcoArcade, PS3 2006 TimeShiftSaber InteractivePS3, WIN, X360 2007-10-30 TimeSplittersFree Radical DesignPS2 2000-10-23 TimeSplitters 2Free Radical DesignGCN, PS2, Xbox 2002-10-09 TimeSplitters: Future PerfectFree Radical DesignGCN, PS2, Xbox 2005-03-21 Tom Clancy's Ghost ReconRed Storm EntertainmentGCN, MAC, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2001-11-14 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced WarfighterGRINPS2, WIN, X360, Xbox 2006-03-09 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2GRINPS3, PSP, WIN, X360 2007-03-06 Tom Clancy's Rainbow SixRed Storm EntertainmentDC, MAC, N64, PS1, PSN, WIN 1998-05-15 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue SpearRed Storm EntertainmentDC, MAC, PS1, WIN 1999-08-31 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Take-Down – Missions in KoreaUbisoftWIN 2001-06-20 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Raven ShieldUbisoftGCN, MOBI, OSX, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2003-03-18 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: LockdownUbisoftGCN, MOBI, PS2, Xbox 2005-09-06 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: VegasUbisoftMOBI, PS3, PSP, WIN, X360 2006-09-21 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2Ubisoft MontrealPS3, WIN, X360 2008-03-18 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: SiegeUbisoft MontrealPS4, PS5, WIN, XONE, XSX 2015-12-01 Total EclipseIncentive SoftwareST, AMI, DOS, C64, ZX, AMSCPC 1988 Tower of GunsTerrible Posture Games WIN 2014-03-04 Tribes 2DynamixLIN, WIN 2001-03-21 Tribes: Aerial AssaultInevitable EntertainmentPS2 2002-09-23 Tribes: VengeanceIrrational GamesWIN 2004-10-22 Tribes: AscendHi-Rez StudiosWIN 2012-04-12 Tron 2.0

Tron 2.0 Killer App

Monolith ProductionsGBA, OSX, WIN, Xbox

X360

2003-08-26 The Truth About 9th CompanyExtreme Developers
Kranx ProductionsWIN 2008-02-15 Tunnel RatsReplay StudiosWIN 2009-05-15 Turning Point: Fall of LibertySpark UnlimitedPS3, WIN, X360 2008-02-26 Turok: Dinosaur HunterIguana EntertainmentN64, WIN 1997-05-30 Turok 2: Seeds of EvilIguana EntertainmentN64, WIN 1998-12-11 Turok: Rage WarsAcclaim Studios AustinN64 1999-10-31 Turok 3: Shadow of OblivionAcclaim Studios AustinN64 2000-08-30 Turok: EvolutionAcclaim Studios AustinGCN, PS2, WIN, Xbox 2002-08-26 TurokPropaganda Games, Aspyr MediaPS3, WIN, X360 2008-02-05 Twin SectorDnS DevelopmentWIN 2009 ÜberSoldierBurut Creative TeamWIN 2006-03-29 UberStrikeCmuneMULTI 2010–11 Under AshDar al-FikrWIN 2001 Under SiegeAfkar MediaWIN 2005 Underworld AscendantOtherSide EntertainmentWIN, OSX, LIN, PS4 2018-11-15 UnrealEpic GamesMAC, WIN 1998-05-22 Unreal Mission Pack: Return to Na PaliLegend EntertainmentWIN 1999-05-31 Unreal II: The AwakeningLegend EntertainmentWIN, Xbox 2003-02-03 Unreal TournamentEpic GamesDC, LIN, MAC, OSX, PS2, WIN 1999-11-30 Unreal Tournament 2003Epic GamesLIN, OSX, WIN 2002-10-01 Unreal Tournament 2004Epic GamesLIN, OSX, WIN 2004-03-06 Unreal Tournament 3Epic GamesPS3, WIN, X360 2007-11-19 Urban Chaos: Riot ResponseRocksteady StudiosPS2, Xbox 2006-05-19 Urban TerrorFrozenSand, LLC
Silicon Ice DevelopmentLIN, OSX, WIN 2007-04-01 US Special Forces: Team Factor7FXWIN 2002-09-23 ValorantRiot GamesWIN 2020-06-02 VietcongPterodon
Illusion SoftworksWIN 2003-03-26 Vietcong 2Pterodon
Illusion SoftworksWIN 2005-10-24 Vivisector: Beast InsideAction FormsWIN 2006-01-05 Void BastardsBlue Manchu WIN, XONE 2019-05-29 War BrokersTrebuchet Entertainment WIN, LIN, MAC 2017-11-13 WarfaceCrytekWIN 2013-10-22 Warhammer: End Times – VermintideFatsharkWIN, PS4, XONE 2015-10-23 Warhammer: Vermintide 2FatsharkWIN, PS4, XONE 2018-03-08 Warhammer 40,000: Fire WarriorKuju EntertainmentPS2, WIN 2003–10 WarPathDigital ExtremesWIN, Xbox 2006-07-18 WarsowChasseur de BotsWIN, MAC, LIN 2005 Water WarfareHudson SoftWii (WiiWare) 2009-06-23 We Happy FewCompulsion Games, Gearbox SoftwareWIN, PS4, XONE 2018-08-10 Westworld 2000Brooklyn MultimediaWIN 1996 The Wheel of TimeLegend EntertainmentWIN 1999-08-31 White Gold: War in ParadiseDeep ShadowsWIN 2008-10-24 White LawResistance RecordsWIN 2003-07-14 William Shatner's TekWarCapstone SoftwareDOS 1995-09-30 Will RockSaber InteractiveWIN 2003-06-09 WitchavenCapstone SoftwareDOS 1995-09-30 Witchaven II: Blood VengeanceCapstone SoftwareDOS 1996-05-06 Wolfenstein: The New OrderMachineGamesPS3, PS4, WIN, X360, XONE 2014-05-20 Wolfenstein: The Old BloodMachineGamesPS4, WIN, XONE 2015-05-05 Wolfenstein II: The New ColossusMachineGamesPS4, WIN, XONE, NX 2017-10-27 Wolfenstein: YoungbloodArkane Studios, MachineGamesPS4, WIN, XONE, NX 2019-07-26 WolfensteinRaven SoftwarePS3, WIN, X360 2009-08-17 Wolfenstein 3Did Software3DO, AMI, APPGS, Arcade, DOS, GBA, iPhone, JAG, MAC, Nintendo 3DS, PC98, PSN, SNES, WMO, XBLA 1992-05-05 Wolfenstein: Enemy TerritorySplash DamageLIN, MAC (Universal), WIN 2003-04-29
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List of cooperative video games

Title Platform Genre Year Players Co-op Type Screen View Limited Additional Notes Space Duel[1]ArcadeShoot 'em up1982 2 Local Full Sky Force ReloadedPC, XB360, Xbox One, switchScroller2017 2 Local Full SpeedRunnersPC, XB360, Xbox One, PS4Racing2016 4 Local, Online Full BroforcePCSide-scrolling / Action2012 4 Local Full Marvel's AvengersPC, Xbox One, PS4Action RPG2020 4 Online Full Jumanji: Welcome To The JunglePC, Xbox One, PS4TPS2019 4 Online Full Fury UnleashedPC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchSide-scrolling / Action2020 2 Local DarkstonePC, PlayStation, Android, iOSAction RPG1999 2 Local Full, splitscreen Trine 4: The Nightmare PrincePC, Xbox One, PS4Platformer / Puzzle2019 4 Local, Online Full Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon BreakpointPC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2019 4 Online Full Borderlands 3PC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2019 2, 4 Local, Online Full, splitscreen Gears 5PC, Xbox OneAction2019 3,5 Local, Online Full, splitscreen RodlandArcade / Amiga / Amstrad CPC / Atari ST / Commodore 64 / Game Boy / NES / ZX Spectrum / iOSPlatformer1990 2 Local Full Tom Clancy's The Division 2PC, Xbox One, PS4TPS2019 8 Online Full The ForestPC, PS4Open world2018 128 Online Full AnthemPC, Xbox One, PS4Action RPG2019 4 Online Full Crackdown 3PC, Xbox OneAction-Adv.2019 4 Online Full Far Cry: New DawnPC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2019 2 Online Full OVERKILL's The Walking DeadPC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2019 4 Online Full LEGO Harry Potter CollectionXbox One, PS4, Switch2018 2 Local Full, splitscreen LEGO DC Super-VillainsPC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchAction2018 2 Local Full, splitscreen AshenPC, Xbox OneAction RPG2018 Online Full Forza Horizon 4PC, Xbox OneRacing2018 6 Online Full Farming Simulator 19PC, Xbox One, PS4Simulation2018 8 Online Full Divinity: Original SinPC, Xbox One, PS4RPG2014 2 Local, Online Shared, Full Divinity: Original Sin 2PC, Xbox One, PS4RPG2017 2, 4 Local, Online Shared, Full Strange BrigadePC, Xbox One, PS4Action2018 4 Online Full Overcooked 2PC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchSimulation2018 4 Local, Online Shared, Full N/A * Main campaign was designed specifically for 2-player cooperative play, singleplayer is essentially "one player controls both characters". No Man's SkyPC, Xbox One, PS4Action-Adv.2016 4 Online Full EarthfallPC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2018 4 Online Full LEGO: The IncrediblesPC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchAction2018 2 Local Full, splitscreen Super Bomberman RPC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchAction2018 7 Local Shared Unravel TwoPC, Xbox One, PS4Platformer2018 2 Local Shared Dark Souls: RemasteredPC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchAction RPG2018 4 Online Full State of Decay 2PC, Xbox OneAction RPG2018 4 Online Full Space Hulk: DeathwingPC, PS4FPS2018 4 Online Full BattlezonePC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchFPS2018 4 Online Full Far Cry 5PC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2018 2 Online Full Titan QuestPC, Xbox One, PS4, SwitchAction RPG2018 2, 6 Local, Online Splitscreen, Full Warhammer: VermintidePC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2015 1-4 Online Full Warhammer: Vermintide 2PC, Xbox One, PS4FPS2018 1-4 Online Full Deep Rock GalacticPC, Xbox OneFPS2018 4 Online Full Monster Hunter: WorldPC, Xbox One, PS4Action RPG2018 4 Online Full Full Metal FuriesPC, Xbox One, SwitchBeat 'em up2018 4 Local, Online Full, Shared 0 Day Attack on Earth[2]XB360* Shoot 'em up2009 4 Xbox Live** Shared No *XBLAA Way OutPC / Xbox One / PS4Action-Adventure2018 2 Local, Online Split A Valley Without WindPCRPG2012 2 LAN, Online Full A Valley Without Wind 2PCRPG2013 2-8 LAN, Online Full 1942: Joint StrikePS3 / XB360* Scroller2008 2 Local, Online Shared No *PSN / XBLA50 Cent: Blood on the SandPS3 / XB360TPS2009 2 Online Full No 8 EyesNESAction-Adv.1988 2 Local Shared No* *P2 controls the falcon. Ace Combat 6: Fires of LiberationXB360Flight Sim2007 4 Xbox Live Full Yes* *2 co-op missions; 2 more are purchasable through Xbox Live Aces of the GalaxyXB360* Scroller2008 2 Local, Xbox Live Shared No *XBLAAdvance Guardian HeroesGBABeat 'em up2004 2 Local Shared No(?) Adventures of Cookie & Cream, ThePS2Puzzle2001 2 Local Shared No Aegis WingXB360* Scroller2007 4 Local, Xbox Live Shared No(?) XBLAAero FightersArcade / SNESScroller1993 2 Local Shared No Aero Fighters 2ArcadeScroller1994 2 Local Shared No Aero Fighters 3ArcadeScroller1995 2 Local Shared No Age of Empires (series)PCRTS1997+ 8 LAN, Online Full Yes* *SP Campaign is not available; AI skirmishes and custom scenarios only The Lord of the Rings: War in the North (series)PCRPG2011 3 LAN, Online Full No Ai WarPCRTS2009 10 LAN, Online Full No Alien BreedPC / AmigaShoot 'em up1991 2 Local Shared No Alien Breed: Tower AssaultPC / AmigaShoot 'em up1994 2 Local Shared No Alien HominidGC / PS2 / Xbox / XB360* Shoot 'em up2005 2 Local Shared No *XBLAAlien SyndromeNES / SMS / Other / PS2* Shoot 'em up1987 2 Local Shared No *Part of Sega Ages 2500, vol.13 and Sega Classics CollectionAlien SyndromeWiiAction RPG2007 4 Local Shared No Alien SwarmPCShoot-em-up2010 4 LAN, Online Full N/A * This game was designed specifically for co-op play. Alien 3: The GunArcadeShoot 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No Alien vs. PredatorArcadeBeat 'em up1994 2* Local Shared No *Certain cabinets support 3 players. Aliens: Colonial MarinesPC / PS3 / XB360FPS2013 4 Online, Local*, LAN* Full ? *Splitscreen 2 Player Co-op Only for Console versions Aliens vs. Predator* PCFPS1999 8 LAN, Online Full Yes** *Also applies to Gold Ed. and Millennium Pack. **SP Campaign is not available; limited bot matches only. Aliens vs. Predator 2PCFPS2002 ? LAN, Online Full No * SP campaign coop available via community mod. (X-Coop Beta 2.5) Aliens vs. Predator: RequiemPSPTPS2007 2 Ad Hoc Full Yes *SP Campaign is not available; limited bot matches only AliensArcadeShoot 'em up1990 2 Local Shared No Alpha Mission IIArcadeScroller1991 2 Local Shared No Altered BeastArcade / GEN / OtherBeat 'em up1988 2 Local Shared No America's ArmyPCTactical FPS2006 9–18 LAN, Online Full No Interdiction and Snake Plain maps from v2.7 have 18 player Coop vs. AI play AmokSaturnTPS1996 2 Local Shared(?) No(?) An Elder Scrolls Legend: BattlespirePCAction RPG1997 ? LAN Full No Andro DunosArcadeScroller1992 2 Local Shared No Arcus OdysseySNES / GENAction RPG1991 2 Local Shared No Area 51PS1 / Arcade / SaturnShooter1995 2 Local Shared No Arkadian WarriorsXB360* Action RPG2007 2 Local, Xbox Live Shared No *XBLAArkanoid Live!XB360* Action2009 2 Local, Xbox Live Shared No *XBLAArmA: Armed AssaultPCTactical FPS2006 32 LAN, Online Full Yes* *Bot matches. Downloadable missions. ARMA 2PCTactical FPS2009 4*, <255** LAN, Online Full No * Main campaign. ** 2 to 255 in downloadable missions + Join in Progress. ARMA 3PCTactical FPS2013 4*, <255** LAN, Online Full No * Main campaign. ** 2 to 255 in downloadable missions + Join in Progress. Armored Core: For AnswerPS3 / XB360Mecha Sim2008 2 Online Full No* *Several missions are SP only Armored WarriorsArcadeBeat 'em up1994 3 Local Shared No Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.N64FPS1999 2 Local Split No Army of TwoPS3 / XB360TPS2008 2 Local, Online Split, Full No Army of Two: The 40th DayPS3 / XB360TPS2009 2 Local, Online Split, Full No Army of Two: The Devil's CartelPS3 / XB360TPS2013 2 Local, Online Split, Full No Artemis: Spaceship Bridge SimulatorPC / Android / iOSSpace Sim2010 2-11 LAN Full No Assault HeroesPCShoot 'em up2006 2 Online Shared No Connection to game server required Assault HeroesXB360* Shoot 'em up2006 2 Local, Xbox Live Shared No *XBLAAssault Heroes 2XB360* Shoot 'em up2008 2 Local, Xbox Live Shared No *XBLABad DudesArcade / NES / OtherBeat 'em up1988 2 Local Shared No Baldur's GatePCRPG1998 6 LAN, Online Full No Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of AmnPCRPG2000 6 LAN, Online Full No Baldur's Gate: Dark AllianceGC / PS2 / XboxAction RPG2001 2 Local Shared No Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance IIPS2 / XboxAction RPG2004 2 Local Shared No Batman ForeverSNES / GEN / PC / SMSBeat 'em up1995 2 Local Shared No Batman Forever: The Arcade GamePC / PS1 / SaturnBeat 'em up1996 2 Local Shared No Batman: Rise of Sin TzuGC / PS2 / XboxBeat 'em up2003 2 Local Shared No Battle Engine AquilaPC / PS2 / XboxFPS2003 2 Local Split Yes* *3 separate co-op missions Battle CircuitArcadeBeat 'em up1997 4 Local Shared No Battle CityNESShoot 'em up1985 2 Local Full No Battlefield (series)PCFPS2002+ 16* LAN, Online Full Yes** 2 teams of up to 16–32 players, depending on game. **No SP campaigns: bot matches only. BattleForgePCRTS2009 12 Online Full No Finally, this game will be closed on 31 October at midnight (UTC) BattleTanx: Global AssaultN64Car Combat1999 2 Local Split No BattletoadsArcade / NES / GENBeat 'em up1991 2 Local Shared No Battletoads & Double DragonNES / SNES / GENBeat 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No Battletoads in BattlemaniacsSNES / SMSBeat 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No Bionic Commando RearmedPC / PS3 / XB360* Platformer2008 2 Local Shared No *PSN / XBLABlacklight: RetributionPCFPS2012 4 Online Full Blades of VengeanceGENBeat 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No Blast FactorPS3Puzzle2006 4 Local(?) Shared(?) No* *Blast Factor Multiplayer Pack is required for the US version Blast Works: Build, Trade, DestroyWiiScroller2008 4 Local Shared No BloodwychAmiga / Atari ST / PCRole-Playing Game1989 2 Split Shared No Bloody TraplandPCPlatformer2011 4 LAN, Online Full No Bonanza Bros.Arcade / GEN / OtherPlatformer1990 2 Local Split No Boogie BunniesXB360* Puzzle2008 2 Local Shared No *XBLABoom BloxWiiPuzzle2008 4 Local Shared Yes* *No SP campaign. Turn-based gameplay. Co-op content needs to be unlocked through SP. BorderlandsPC / PS3 / XB360FPS2009 4 Local, LAN, Online Split, Full No* * This game was designed specifically for co-op play. Borderlands 2PC / MAC / PS3 / XB360FPS / Action RPG2012 4 LAN, Online Full No* * This game was designed specifically for co-op play. Borderlands: The Pre-SequelPC / MAC / PS3 / XB360FPS / Action RPG2014 4 Online Full No* * This game was designed specifically for co-op play. Brawl Brothers* SNESBeat 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No *Also known as "Rushing Beat Ran Fukusei Toshi"; 2nd game in the Rushing Beat seriesBrute ForceXboxTactical TPS2003 4 Local Split No Bubble BobbleArcade / NES / SMS / C64 / ZXS / OtherPlatformer1986 2 Local Shared No Bubble MemoriesArcadePlatformer1995 2 Local Shared No Bubble Symphony* Arcade / SaturnPlatformer1994 2 Local Shared No *Also known as "Bubble Bobble 2" Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time BustersPC / PS1Platformer2000 2 Local Shared No Burning FightArcadeBeat 'em up1991 2 Local Shared No Burnout ParadisePC / PS3 / XB360Racing2008 8 Online Full Yes** **Completely different objectives C-DogsPC / DSShoot 'em up1997 2-4* Local Split, Shared No Low-budget freeware
*Up to 4 players supported in the open source port C-Dogs SDL Cadillacs and DinosaursArcadeBeat 'em up1993 3 Local Shared No(?) Cadillacs and Dinosaurs: The Second CataclysmSega CDCar Combat1994 2 Local Shared No* *P1 drives, P2 shoots Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2PC / PS3 / XB360FPS2009* 2 LAN, Full Yes* *SP Campaign is not available; separate Special Ops co-op mode. Call of Duty: World at WarPCFPS2008 4 LAN, Online Full No* *2 levels, "Black Cats" and "Vendetta" are SP only. Downloadable Zombie Nazi maps. Call of Duty: World at WarPS3 / XB360FPS2008 2* Local, Online Split, Full No** *Up to 4 online. **2 levels are SP only. Call of Duty: World at WarWiiFPS2008 2 Local Full Yes* *P2 controls are limited to an additional reticle. Captain America and the AvengersArcade / NES / SNES / DC / GENBeat 'em up1991 2* Local Shared No *Up to 4, depending on platform Captain CommandoArcade / SNES / PS1 / PS2* / Xbox*Beat 'em up1991 2** Local Shared No *Part of Capcom Classics Collection Vol.2
**Up to 4 in arcade version Captain Toad: Treasure TrackerWii U, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DSPuzzlePlatformer2014, 2018 2 Local Shared No Co-operative play (assist mode and adventure mode) are exclusive to the Nintendo Switch port of the game. Carrier Air WingArcadeScroller1990 2 Local Shared No Castle CrashersXB360* Beat 'em up2008 4 Local, Xbox LiveShared No *XBLAChampions of NorrathPS2Action RPG2004 4 Local, Online Shared No Champions: Return to ArmsPS2Action RPG2005 4 Local, Online Shared No Chaos Engine, The* Amiga / PC / SNES / GEN / OtherShoot 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No *Also known as "Soldiers of Fortune". Children of ManaDSAction RPG2006 4 LocalFull No* *Minor save issuesChip 'n Dale Rescue RangersNESPlatformer1990 2 Local Full No Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2NESPlatformer1994 2 Local Full No Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, ThePC / PS2 / PS3 / XB360 / DS / PSP / WiiAction-Adv.2008 2 Local* Shared No *Platform differences may apply Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, ThePC / PS2 / Xbox / DS / GBA / GCAction-Adv.2005 2 Local* Shared No *Platform differences may apply Civilization IV
(Addon 1)(Addon 2) PCTBS2005 8 LAN, Online, Local Full No Custom games; turn based/simultaneous modes. Civilization IV: ColonizationPCTBS2008 8 LAN, Online, Local Full No Custom games; turn based/simultaneous modes. Cliffhanger: Edward Randy, TheArcadeAction-Adv.1990 2 Local Shared No Cloning ClydeXB360* Platformer2006 4 Local, Xbox Live Split, Full No *XBLA. Simultaneous split-screen and online play possible. Close Combat: First to FightPCFPS2005 4 LAN, Online Full No Close Combat: First to FightXboxFPS2005 4 Local, System Link, Xbox Live Split, Full(?) ? Codename: OutbreakPCFPS2001 Combatribes, TheArcade / SNESBeat 'em up1992 2 Local Shared No Command & Conquer (series)PCRTS1996+ 8 LAN, Online Full Yes* *SP Campaign is not available; AI skirmishes only Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3PCRTS2008 2 Online Full No* * Main campaign was designed specifically for 2-player cooperative play, singleplayer is essentially "co-op with a bot". Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian TwilightPCRTS2010 2 Online* Full No Command & Conquer: RenegadePCFPS2001 128* Online, LAN Full No *This is the maximum the game can support, true limits vary by server Conflict: Denied OpsPCFPS2008 2 LAN, Online Full No Conflict: Denied OpsPS3 / XB360FPS2008 2 Local, System Link, Online Split, Full No Conflict: Desert StormGC / PS2 / XboxTPS2002 2* Local Split No *Up to 4 in GC and Xbox versions Conflict: Desert Storm IIGC / PS2 / XboxTPS2003 2* Local Split No *Up to 4 in GC and Xbox versions Conflict: Global Terror* PCTPS2005 4 LAN, Online Full No *Also known as "Conflict: Global Storm". Conflict: Global Terror* PS2 / XboxTPS2005 4 Local Split No *Also known as "Conflict: Global Storm". ContraArcade / C64 / NES / PC / ZXS / Other / DS*/XB360** Shoot 'em up1987 2 Local Shared No *Part of Konami Classics Series: Arcade Hits **XBLAContra 4* DSShoot 'em up2007 2 Ad hoc** Shared No *Also known as "Contra: Dual Spirits" **Multicard Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX* GBAShoot 'em up2002 2 Link cable Shared No *Also known as "Contra: Hard Spirits" Contra ForceNESShoot 'em up1992 2 Local Shared No Contra III: The Alien Wars* SNESShoot 'em up1992 2 Local Split, Shared No *Also known as "Contra Spirits" Contra: Hard Corps* GENShoot 'em up1994 2 Local Shared No *Also known as "Probotector" Contra: Legacy of WarPS1 / SaturnShoot 'em up1996 2 Local Shared No Contra: Shattered SoldierPS2Shoot 'em up2002 2 Local Shared No Cortex CommandPCShoot 'em up2008 4 Local Shared ? Crack DownGENShoot 'em up1990 2 Local Shared ? CrackdownXB360TPS2008 2 System Link, Xbox Live Shared Yes Crash BashPS1Mini games2000 2 Local Shared no Crash: Mind over MutantPS2 / XB360 / DS / Wii / PSPAction2008 2 Local Shared Yes* *P2 involvement is limited Crash of the TitansPS2 / XB360 / DS / Wii / PSPAction2007 2 Local Shared No* *Portable console limitations may apply Crime FightersArcadeBeat 'em up1989 4(?) Local Shared No(?) Crimson Sea 2PS2Beat 'em up2004 2 Local Split Yes* *Have to complete mission in SP to get it co-op unlocked Crossed SwordsArcadeBeat 'em up1991 2 Local Shared No Cyborg JusticeGENBeat 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No CupheadPC/Xbox One/PS4Run and gun2017 2 Local DaikatanaPCFPS2000 3 LAN, Online Full Yes* *No storyline cutscenes and team NPCs DamnationPC / PS3 / XB360TPS2009 2 Local, LAN, Online Split, Full No* * Campaign is designed around 2-player coop. Singleplayer is essentially co-op with a bot. DandyAtari 8-bitBeat 'em up1983 4 Local Shared Inspired GauntletDangerous WatersPCSim2005 32 LAN, Online Full Yes Darius GaidenArcade / PC / PS1 / Saturn / PS2 / Xbox* Scroller1994 2 Local Shared No *Also known as "Darius III". **As part of Taito Legends 2. Darius IIArcade / PS2 / GEN / Saturn / SMSScroller1989 2 Local Shared No Darius TwinSNESScroller1991 2 Local Shared No Dark ChambersAtari 2600Action-Adv.1983 2 Local Full No DarksporePCAction RPG2011 4 Online Full No Dark SoulsPS3 / XB360Action RPG2011 3 Online Full No *Requires some effort to connect with friends DarkwatchPS2 / XboxFPS2005 2 Local Split No Dead IslandPC / PS3 / XB360Action RPG2011 4 LAN, Online Full No* Full campaign, but the game has some noticeable bugs that cause level/xp imbalance, and co-op partners often do not get mission rewards. Dead PixelsXB360*Action game2011 2 Local Shared No *Xbox Live Indie Games Dead Rising 2PC / PS3 / XB360Action RPG2010 2 Online Full No Dead Rising 2: Off the RecordPC / PS3 / XB360Action RPG2011 2 Online Full No Dead Space 3PC / PS3 / XB360TPS2013 2 Online Full No Death Jr.: Root of EvilWiiAction-Adv.2008 2 Local Split No DeathsmilesArcade / XB360* Scroller2007 2 Local Shared No *XBLADeath SquaredPC, Xbox One, PS4, Switch, Android, iOSPuzzle2017 2-4 Local Full N/A * Main campaign was designed specifically for 2-player cooperative play, singleplayer is essentially "one player controls both characters". Delta ForcePCFPS1998 ? LAN, Online Full No Requires IPX for LAN Play Delta Force 2PCFPS1999 ? LAN, Online Full No Requires IPX for LAN Play Delta Force: Black Hawk DownPS2 / XboxFPS2003 2 Local Split ? Delta Force: Land WarriorPCFPS2000 4 LAN, Online Full No Delta Force: Task Force DaggerPCFPS2002 8 LAN, Online Full No* *Cooperative multiplayer patch required Demon's SoulsPS3Action RPG2009 3 Online Full No DescentPCFPS1995 LAN, Online Descent IIPCFPS1996 LAN, Online Descent MaximumPS1FPS1997 2 Link Cable Full(?) Descent: FreeSpace – The Great WarPCSpace Sim1998 LAN, Online Descent 3PCFPS2000 LAN, Online Diablo (expansion 1) PCAction RPG1996 4(?) IPX, Online Full No DiabloPS1Action RPG1998 2 Local Shared No Diablo II (expansion 1) PCAction RPG2000 8 LAN, Online Full No Diablo IIIPCAction RPG2012 4 Online Full * Die Hard Arcade* Arcade / Saturn / PS2** Beat 'em up1996 2 Local Shared No *also known as "Dynamite Deka" **Part of Sega Ages 2500, vol.26Diddy Kong RacingN64Racing1997 2 Local Split Yes* *The cheat code "Jointventure" is required to use in order to gain access to Co-op Adventure mode. 2P is active during races but cannot move in the overworld area. Digimon World 4GCAction RPG2005 4 Local Shared Yes* *Players can only move within the screen area and screen does not split. Din's CursePCAction RPG / Action2010 2+* LAN, Online Full No *An upper limit for the "maximum players" setting is not enforced The Dishwasher: Dead SamuraiXB360* Platformer2009 3 Local Shared No** *XBLA **Find 2 amulets on the 2nd level of SP to unlock co-op. Donkey Kong CountrySNES / GBAPlatformer1994 2 Local Shared Yes* *Not simultaneous play. One player controls until damaged/life lost, then other player takes control. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong QuestSNES / GBAPlatformer1995 2 Local Shared Yes* *Not simultaneous play. One player controls until damaged/life lost, then other player takes control. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!SNES / GBAPlatformer1996 2 Local Shared Yes* *Not simultaneous play. One player controls until damaged/life lost, then other player takes control. DoomPCFPS1993 4 LAN, Online(?) Full No Doom II: Hell on EarthPCFPS1994 4 LAN, Online Full No Doom II: Hell on EarthGBAFPS2002 2 Link Cable Full No Doom 3PCFPS2004 ? LAN, Online Full No Doom 3XboxFPS2005 2 System Link, Xbox Live Full No Doom 3: Resurrection of EvilPCFPS2005 ? LAN, Online Full No* * SP campaign coop available via community mod. (d3opencoop) Doom 3: Resurrection of EvilXboxFPS2005 4 System Link, Xbox Live Split, Full Yes* *Only bonus content Ultimate Doom, Doom II and Master Levels for Doom II are co-op playable. Dota 2PCMOBA2013 4 LAN, online Shared No Double DragonArcade / NES / GEN / Other / XB360* Beat 'em up1987 2 Local, Xbox Live** Shared No *XBLA **Xbox 360 only Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta StoneArcade / NES / GENBeat 'em up1990 2 Local Shared No Double Dragon II: The RevengeArcade / NES / GENBeat 'em up1989 2 Local Shared No DragladeDSFighting2007 2 Local Full No Dr Mario RxWiiPuzzle2008 4 Local Full Yes Can play virus blaster cooperatively with up to 4 players, with jumping in and out of play. Drox OperativePCAction RPG2+* LAN, Online Full No *An upper limit for the "maximum players" setting is not enforced Duke Nukem 3DPC / XB360FPS1996 2-8 LAN, Online Full No DungeonPDP-10Early RPG1975 ? ? ? ? Dungeon LordsPCAction RPG2005 Dungeon SiegePCAction RPG2002 8 LAN, Online Full No SP-Campaign + Additional Koop-Content Dungeon Siege II (expansion 1) PCAction RPG2005 LAN, Online Full No Dungeon Siege: Throne of AgonyPSPAction RPG2006 2 Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over MystaraArcade / Saturn* Beat 'em up / RPG1996 2** Local Shared No *Part of Dungeons & Dragons Collection. **4 in arcade version Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of DoomArcade / Saturn* Beat 'em up / RPG1996 2** Local Shared No *Part of Dungeons & Dragons Collection. **4 in arcade version Dynamite Cop* Arcade / DCBeat 'em up1998 2 Local Shared No *also known as "Dynamite Deka 2" Dynasty Warriors 3PS2 / XboxBeat 'em up2001 2 Local Split No see Xtreme Legends(PS2) Dynasty Warriors 4PS2 / Xbox / PC*Beat 'em up2005 2 Local Split No *see DW4 versions and expansionsDynasty Warriors 5PS2 / Xbox / XB360*Beat 'em up2005 2 Local Split No *see DW5 expansionsDynasty Warriors 6PS3 / XB360Beat 'em up2007 2 Local Split No Dynasty Warriors: GundamPS3 / XB360Beat 'em up2007 2 Local Split No Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2PS3 / XB360Beat 'em up2009 2 Local Split No Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3PS3 / XB360Beat 'em up2010 2/4* Local, Online Split No *2 players offline and 4 players online. Dynasty WarsArcadeBeat 'em up1989 2 Local Shared No E.X. Troopers3DS / PS3Action2012 2-3 Local*, Online** Full Yes *3DS only
**PS3 only Earth 2150PCRTS2000 8 Local, Online Full No Earth 2160PCRTS2005 8 Local, Online Full No Earth Defense Force 2017XB360TPS2006 3 Local, Online Full No Earth Defense Force: Insect ArmageddonXB360TPS2011 2 Local Split No Endless OceanWiiAdventure2008 2 WFCFull Yes* *Joint divings EragonPC / PS2 / Xbox / XB360 / DS / GBA / PSPAction-Adv.2006 2 Local Shared No Eternal SonataPS3 / XB360jRPG2007 3 Local Shared Yes* **Co-op is extremely limited: turn-based battles only Evil Islands: Curse of the Lost SoulPCRPG / Stealth / RTS2000 6 Local, Online Full Yes* **Network co-op quests James Bond 007: Everything or NothingGC / PS2 / XboxTPS2004 2 Local, Online* Split, Full* Yes** *PS2 version only **No SP campaign; separate co-op missions Exed Exes* Arcade / NES / PS1 / Saturn / Xbox / PS2** Scroller1985 2 Local Shared No *US title:"Savage Bees"
**Part of Capcom's Classics Collection and GenerationsF.E.A.R. 3PS3 / XB360PCFPS2011 2/4* Online Full No *Full SP Campaign, 4 Player Horde Mode F-22 Lightning 3PCFlight Sim1999 8 LAN, Online Full Yes* *No SP campaign; separate co-op missions Fable IIXB360Action RPG2008 2 Local, Xbox Live Shared Yes* *Numerous P2 limitations Fable IIIXB360, PCAction RPG2010(XB360), 2011(PC) 2 Local, Xbox Live Faces of WarPCRTS2006 4 LAN, Online Full No Fairytale FightsPC / PS3 / XB360Beat 'em up2009 4 Local, Online ? No Fantastic 4PC / GC / PS2 / XboxBeat 'em up2005 2 Local Shared No Fantastic FourPS1Beat 'em up1997 4 Local Shared No Fallout: Brotherhood of SteelPS2 / XboxAction RPG2004 2 Local Shared No Far CryPCFPS2004 LAN, Online Full No Far Cry 3PC / PS3 / XB360FPS2012 4 Online Full No *Co-op story is a prequel to the single-player story FIFA (series)* Sports* * * Shared, Full No *Numerous versions, see the main page Fighting ForcePC / N64 / PS1Beat 'em up1997 2 Local Shared No Final Doom* PCFPS1996 4 LAN, Online Full No Final Fantasy VISNES / PS1RPG1994 2 Local Full Yes* *Battles only Final Fantasy IXPS1RPG2000 2 Local Shared Yes *Battles only Final Fantasy: Crystal ChroniclesGCRPG2003 2-4 Local Full No Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the LionsPSPTBS2007 2 Ad Hoc Full No(?) Final FightArcade / SNES / C64 / ZXS / GBA / PS2 / Xbox* Beat 'em up1989 2 Local Shared No *Part of Capcom Classics Collection Vol.1Final Fight 2SNESBeat 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No Final Fight 3* SNESBeat 'em up1995 2 Local Shared No *Also known as "Final Fight Tough". Final Fight: StreetwisePS2 / XboxBeat 'em up2006 2 Local Shared No(?)* *Co-op Arcade mode. FreeSpace 2PCSpace Sim1999 LAN, Online Full FreecivPCTBS1996* ? LAN, Online Full No** *Ongoing development **Custom matches only. FreelancerPCSpace Sim2003 128 LAN, Online Full No Frozen SynapsePCTurn-based tactics2011 2 LAN, Online Full No* * Campaign coop requires the "Frozen Synapse Red" expansion pack. Full Spectrum WarriorPC / Xbox / PS2Tactical FPS2004 2 LAN, Online Full ? Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten HammersPC / Xbox / PS2Tactical FPS2006 2 LAN, Online Full No* *Levels have to be completed in SP first. Hint: use the fullspectrumpwnage code ("Bonus"->"Cheats") to unlock all co-op levels. Future Cop: LAPDPC / PS1TPS1998 2 Local, LAN* Split, Full* No G-DariusArcade / PC / PS1 / PS2* Scroller1997 2 Local Shared No *As part of Taito Legends 2. G.I. Joe: The Rise of CobraPS2 / PS3 / XB360 / WiiPSP / DSShoot 'em up2009 2 Local Shared No Gain GroundArcade / GEN / SMS / PC Engine / PS2 / OtherAction / Strategy1988 2* Local Shared No *Up to 3 in arcade version Gatling GearsPS3 / PC / XB360Twin-Stick Shooter2011 2 Local, Online Shared No GauntletArcade / XB360* Beat 'em up1985 4 Local Shared No *XBLAGauntletNES / GENBeat 'em up1987 2 Local Shared No GauntletDSBeat 'em upTBA* 4 Online Full No *Currently in development Gauntlet Dark LegacyArcade / GC / PS2 / XboxBeat 'em up1999 4 Local Shared No Gauntlet IIArcade / C64 / ZXS / PS3 / OtherBeat 'em up1986 4 Local, Online* Shared No *PS3 version only Gauntlet LegendsDC / N64 / PS1Beat 'em up1998 2 Local Shared No Gauntlet: Seven SorrowsPS2 / XboxBeat 'em up2005 4 Local, Online Shared No Gears of WarPCTPS2007 2 LAN, Online Full No Gears of WarXB360TPS2006 2 Local, System Link, Xbox Live Split, Full No Gears of War 2XB360TPS2008 2 Local, System Link, Xbox Live Split, Full No *Additional 5-player Horde Mode. Gears of War 3XB360TPS2011 2 Local, System Link, Xbox Live Split, Full No *Additional 5-player Horde Mode and Beast Mode. Gears of War: JudgementXB360TPS2013 2 Local, System Link, Xbox Live Split, Full No *Additional 5-player Horde Mode, Beast Mode, OverRun and Free-for-all. GekidoPS1Beat 'em up2000 2 Local Shared No General ChaosGENRTS1994 2 Local Shared No Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2XB360* Shoot 'em up2008 2 Local Shared No *XBLAGhost PilotsArcadeScroller1991 2 Local Shared No Ghost SquadWiiShooter2007 4 Local Shared No Ghostbusters: The Video GamePS3 / XB360Action2009 2 Online Full Yes* *No SP campaign; limited co-op minigames Ghostbusters: The Video GameWiiAction2009 2 Local Split No GladiusPS2 / Xbox / GCTactical RPG2003 2** Local Shared Yes* *Restrictive 2nd player gameplay: battles only, **up to 4 players on Xbox and the Nintendo Gamecube versions. Goemon's Great Adventure* N64Platformer1998 2** Local Shared No *Also known as "Mystical Ninja 2 Starring Goemon". **Unlockable 4-player co-op. Gokujyou Parodius* Arcade / Saturn / PS1** Scroller1994 2 Local Shared No *Also known as "Fantastic Journey". **As part of Gokujo Parodius Da! Deluxe Pack Golden AxeArcade / GEN / SMS / C64 / Other / PS2*/XB360** Beat 'em up1989 2 Local Shared No *Part of Sega Ages 2500, vol.5 **XBLAGolden Axe IIArcade / GENBeat 'em up1991 2 Local Shared No Golden Axe IIIGENBeat 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No Goof TroopSNESAction-Adv.1993 2 Local Shared No Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death AdderArcadeBeat 'em up1992 4 Local Shared No Gradius GaidenPS1 / PSPScroller1997 2 Local Shared No(?) Gradius VPS2Scroller2005 2 Local Shared No Grand Theft Auto: San AndreasPC / PS2 / XboxAction-Adv.2004 2 Online*, Local Full*, Shared Yes Grand Theft Auto IVPC / PS3 / XB360Action-Adv.2008 4 Online, LAN* Full Yes** Grand Theft Auto VPS3 / XB360Action-Adv.2013 4 Online, LAN Full Yes Ground Control IIPCRTS2004 3 LAN, Online Full No* Guardian HeroesSaturn / XB360Beat 'em up1996 6/12* Local, Online* Shared No *On Xbox Live Arcade Guerrilla WarArcade / C64 / NES / ZXSShoot 'em up1987 2 Local Shared No Guild Wars (series)PCAction RPG2005+ 4* Online Full No *up to 8, depending on an area. Cities act as player hubs, allowing larger player population. Guitar Hero: AerosmithPC / PS2 / PS3 / Wii / XB360Music2008 2 Local Shared No* *No earnings, cutscenes, boss battle. Guitar Hero IIPS2 / XB360Music2006 2 Local Shared No* *Co-op tiers need to be unlocked through SP. Guitar Hero IIIPC / PS2 / PS3 / Wii / XB360Music2007 2 Local Shared No Guitar Hero World TourPS2 / PS3 / Wii / XB360Music2008 4* Local Shared No *Must own two guitar controllers, one drum controller and a microphone. Guitar Hero 5PS2 / PS3 / Wii / XB360Music2009 4** Local Shared No **Must own specialized controllers. Gunstar HeroesGEN / PS2* Shoot 'em up1993 2 Local Shared No *Part of Sega Ages 2500, vol.25Gitaroo Man Lives!PSPMusic2006 2 Local Full ? GyrussXB360* Shoot' em up2007 2 Xbox Live Split Yes** *XBLA **Limited "co-op": completely separate side-by-side play with scores combined. Half-LifePCFPS1998 32 LAN, Online Full Yes SP campaign is co-op playable through third-party mod svencoopHalf-Life: DecayPS2FPS2001 2 Local Split Yes* *Separate storyline campaign for co-op Half-Life 2PCFPS2004 ? LAN, Online Full No* *SP campaign is co-op playable through third-party mods Halo 2XboxFPS2004 2 Local Split No Halo 3XB360FPS2007 2* Local, System link, Xbox Live Split, Full No** *Up to 4 via Xbox Live or System Link, **Local cooperative presented in 4:3 with an 854x640 resolution instead of 16:9 with 1152x640 Halo 3: ODSTXB360FPS2009 2* Local, System link, Xbox Live Split, Full No** *Up to 4 via Xbox Live or System Link, **Local cooperative presented in 4:3 with an 854x640 resolution instead of 16:9 with 1152x640 Halo: Combat EvolvedXboxFPS2001 2 Local Split No Halo: ReachXB360FPS2010 2* Local, System link, Xbox Live Split, Full No** *Up to 4 via Xbox Live or System Link, **Local cooperative presented in 4:3 with an 854x720 resolution instead of 16:9 with 1152x720 Halo WarsXB360RTS2009 2 Online Full No Harry Potter and the Goblet of FirePC / GC / PS2 / Xbox / PSP / DS / GBAAction-Adv.2005 3 Local Shared No *(Handheld)Platform differences may apply HazePS3FPS2008 4 Local, Online Split, Full No Heavenly GuardianPS2 / WiiShoot 'em up2007 2 Local Shared No* *2nd player replaces Toto Heavy BarrelArcade / NES / PCShoot 'em up1987 2 Local Shared No Heavy Weapon: Atomic TankPC / XB360* Scroller2007 4 Local, Xbox Live** Shared No** *XBLA **Xbox Live: Survivor Mode, no campaign Hellboy: The Science of EvilPS3 / XB360 / PSPBeat 'em up2008 2 Local, Online Split, Full No Herc's AdventuresPS1 / SaturnAction-Adv.1997 2 Local Shared No HereticPCFPS1994 4 LAN, Online(?) Full No Heretic IIPCTPS1998 4 LAN, Online Full No HexenPCFPS1995 4 LAN, Online Full No HexenN64FPS1997 2 Local Split No Hexen IIPCFPS1997 4 LAN, Online Full No HexplorePCRPG1998 4 LAN(?) ? No Hidden & DangerousPCTactical TPS1999 4 LAN, Online Full No Hidden & Dangerous 2: Sabre SquadronPCTactical TPS2004 6 LAN, Online Full No Co-op mode is available in expansion only - All single player missions HD2 + HD2:SS in co-op mode with mods CMP (Coop Map Package)Hired GunsAmigaFPS1993 4 Local Shared No The House of the Dead 2Arcade / PC / DCShooter1998 2 Local Shared No House of the Dead III, ThePCShooter2002 2 Local Shared No House of the Dead 4, TheArcadeShooter2005 2 Local Shared No House of the Dead, ThePCShooter1996 Local Shared House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return, TheWiiShooter2008 2 Local Shared No Hunter: The ReckoningGC / XboxAction2002 4 Local Shared No Hunted: The Demon's ForgePC / Xbox 360 / PS3Action2011 2 Local, Xbox Live, System Link Shared No Hunter: The Reckoning RedeemerXB360Beat 'em up2003 4 Local Shared No Hunter: The Reckoning WaywardPS2Beat 'em up2003 2 Local Shared No IbaraPS2 / ArcadeScroller2005 2 Local Shared No ibb & obbPS3, PC, SwitchPuzzle / Platformer2013 2 Local, Online Shared Ice ClimberArcade / NES / OthersPlatformer1984* 2 Local Shared Yes *Numerous versions, see the main page Icewind DalePCRPG2000 6 LAN, Online Full No Icewind Dale IIPCRPG2002 6 LAN, Online Full No Ikari WarriorsNES / OtherShoot 'em up1986 2 Local Shared No IkarugaDC / GC / XB360* Scroller2003 2 Local, System Link**, Xbox Live** Shared No *XBLA **XB360 version only IL-2 Sturmovik: 1946PCCombat flight simulator2007 80 LAN, Online Full No* * All campaigns / careers support cooperative multiplayer. 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The 25 best FPS games on PC to play in 2021

The best FPS games stick around. While other genres warp beyond recognition, there's something so solid as the first-person shooter that makes it as dependable as a weighty AK-47 in the hands. I reckon it's the simplicity of pulling the trigger and watching things fall down. And in the strongest of these games, there's often great heft to what you're shooting. To help you decide what shooter to get on next, we've put together a handy 25 strong list of FPS games you should try right now.

This was once a list of the best 50 FPS games, and while more is sometimes merrier, in this case we decided to trim it down to avoid bloat. With this in mind, everything on here has a playerbase, is good, and we'd recommend it right this second. Our old list didn't have this punchiness, but now it does - which is great.

Of course, you may get to this bottom of this list and be like, "Hey, where is my favourite [insert FPS title here]? Huh?!". This is totally valid, but please remember that we can't include absolutely everything. We know there's a bunch of gems out there, but alas, there is limited space in this exclusive inn.

The 25 Best FPS games on PC

Below you'll find a list of the 25 best FPS games we think you should play, and what do you know? Here's a handy list of links that'll blast you to a specific game with the speed and precision of a 360 quick-scoper.


25. Boomerang X

A screenshot of Boomerang X showing a squid-like enemy with a glowing red eye flying towards the player who, from a first-person perspective, is wielding a 4-pointed boomerang.
Where can I buy it:Steam

What else should I be playing:Give Amid Evil a shot, or Ultrakill a try. The latter has you drench yourself in the blood of your foes to regain health, and is an absolute rip-roaring time.

It's safe to say that I was blown away by Boomerang X. As I said in my Boomerang X preview, it's the DOOM game I've always wanted and it may have ruined FPS games for me. Gun are overrated - boomerangs are the new hotness.

Boy does the boomerang feel good to fling, and you'll quickly get access to a handful of superpowers that'll only make the wooden spinner even more fun to use. Like the ability to teleport to it mid-air, or the ability to slow-time to a crawl as you line up that perfect shot. Combat is remarkably fluid and there's barely any downtime. It's fast, frenetic, and a whole heap of cool. String together a flawless succession of moves, and trust me, the feeling is unrivalled.


24. Far Cry 4

An image from Far Cry 4 which shows one player reloading, while another runs from an angry honey badger.
Where can I buy it:Steam, uPlay.

What else should I be playing:Try Far Cry Primal if you want this with fewer guns and more mammoths.

Far Cry 2 was excellent, but Far Cry 3 stripped out much that was awkward about the game - its grim setting, its protagonist's malaria, its respawning enemies - for something that was less interesting but more purely fun, thrilling and silly. Far Cry 4 goes further still, stripping out the wrongheaded attempts at colonialist critique from Far Cry 3 and creating something that's even more fun, even more silly. The Himalayan-inspired setting of Kyrat is a gorgeous location, and it's even more eager to give you toys to play with than its predecessor. Liked the hang glider in Far Cry 3? This sequel gives you one almost immediately. Then it gives you a wingsuit. Also a gyrocopter. Also a physically-simulated rope for climbing cliff faces. Also you can ride elephants.

It is ridiculous, of course, but there's still wonderfully smart design here, too, mainly in the return of outposts. These are enemy-controlled villages which you can take down separate from the main storyline, challenging yourself to outwit different kinds of AI enemy using the box of toys the game has provided. They're always the best thing about Far Cry, and here they're joined by Forts - bigger, harder versions of the same idea - and enhanced by the ability to team up with a co-op partner in the same open world for the first time. Want to use your grappling hook to hang from the bottom of a gyrocopter being piloted by a friend? Yes, you do.


23. F.E.A.R.

Where can I buy it: It's sitting pretty on Steam, though sadly the multiplayer has been deactivated because someone was dumb enough to base it around Gamespy.

What else should I be playing:The Condemned games if you want more spooky horror-times mixed in with your action, or No-One Lives Forever if you want to see more from developers Monolith.

This horror/action hybrid lost some of its lustre as a result of the series increasingly disappearing up its own plot-rectum, but it's important to push J-horror tropes and everyone-is-related-to-everyone blather aside and look at what F.E.A.R. brought to the shooter table. So often, this genre is just about what a pair of hands do, but in F.E.A.R. so much more of your character's body was involved. The reason we don't see much first-person kicking is that it's very hard to get it right, due to the innate preposterousness of a pair of legs appearing somewhere near your nose. F.E.A.R. got it right. Is such a physical-feeling game.

F.E.A.R. also pre-empted Mirror's Edge by making the visible body related as much to movement as it was to combat. As a gun game, it was also an early proponent of the idea that any weapon can be equally deadly in the right circumstance, which is still a refreshing move on from the arms race of most shooters. Also, spooky little girl with hair over her face wooooooooooooooooo.


22. Left 4 Dead 2

A player aims at a zombie clown that lunges at them in Left 4 Dead 2.
Where can I buy it:Steam

What else should I be playing: GTFO is similar, but with aliens. Warhammer Vermintide is also worth a shot if you're after that 4 player gore fest. And Back 4 Blood should be on your radar too.

Zombies: in 2008 they were still very exciting. They still are today when blessed with Valve's magic touch, which in a few, brief, cyclic co-op skits adds more life, wit and hinted-at history to its characters and its world than most of the 8 hour+ singleplayer campaigns in this list stuck together. Including L4D2 in the list was complicated, however, given most of what makes it to strong was work done by the previous year's Left 4 Dead. It's a sequel not that different to the original, and not a game that I felt, on its first outing, really changed anything. However, it's clear with time that Left 4 Dead 2 was a major under-the-hood upgrade, both closer to what was intended for the zombie-blasting horror game, and also a bigger move in the direction of pure co-op, which wasn’t something that even seemed possible before the let's-all-die-together first Left 4 Dead came along.

Another strong reason to choose this over L4D1 (which still has a more memorable cast of Survivors, to my mind) is how much it's been expanded by mods. You can stick Deadpool in there, expand it from a 4-player game to a 16-player one, turn everyone into a dinosaur or recreate pretty much the entirety of L4D1 within it. Get thee to the Steam workshop and indulge.


21. Wolfenstein: The New Order

An image from Wolfenstein: The New Order which shows the player shoot an enemy inside a warehouse.
Where can I buy it:Steam, Microsoft Store, GOG, or for free with Xbox Game Pass for PC.

What else should I be playing:Half-Life is a clear inspiration for The New Order, in terms of being another resistance tale with dramatically changing environments. There's also the earlier Return To Castle Wolfenstein if you want to shoot fantastical Nazis without having to worry about feelings.

Of everything 21st century in this list, The New Order puts the lie to nostalgia goon claims that shooters ain't what they used to be. Pairing up pure pulp with surprising heart, then earning both by underpinning the sci-fi gloss and melodrama with super-solid, impressively flexible combat, this alterna-history Nazi-shooter is the complete blockbuster package. The latter-day follow-up to all-time granddaddy of first-person shooters even boasts a stealth option. It takes you to all sorts of wild places too. Some misfire, some are exactly what you'd want, and the result is a shooter which knows exactly what it's doing, and while it's too happily dunder-headed to earn the breathless adoration of a BioShock or Half-Life, as a single player action game it just doesn't compromise.


20. Bioshock 2

An image from Bioshock 2 which shows the player electrocuting an enemy.
Where can I buy it:Steam, GOG

What else should I be playing: BioShock 1, because it's also the best BioShock game.

Oh, it's hard. So hard. People who say BioShock 1 is the best BioShock game are right. People who say BioShock 2 is the best BioShock game are right. (People who say BioShock: Infinite is the best BioShock game should be buried at sea immediately). But they're both best for different reasons. BS1 has one of finest videogame openings of all time: the architecture, the mystery, the deftly immediate creation of an effective antagonist without his first having to attack you or yours, the introduction of the unquestionably iconic, darkly nuanced Big Daddy/Little Sister pairing, the sea-life, and at least two of the finest mid-game moments too - the eventual encounter with the aforementioned antagonist, and the horrifying art installation of Sander Cohen.

Sadly, so much of what's around BS1 seems plodding in the face of BS2's crunchier, more open and responsive combat in a decaying city beneath the sea. If what you're looking for, first and foremost, is an action game, BS2 wins outright. What it lacks in big moments it makes up for with consistency.


19. Stalker: Shadow Of Chernobyl

A image from Stalker Shadow Of Chernobyl which shows the player aiming at a creature that's wearing a gas mask and  crawling on all fours.
Where can I buy it:Steam, GOG

What else should I be playing: The Metro series isn't a bad shout, especially as it captures that apocalyptic, rusty vibe of the Stalker games pretty nicely.

When we think of open world games, especially shooters, we tend to think of wide-open spaces in which you can hare around attacking anything in sight. The maudlin, post-apocalyptic, bombast-free sci-fi shooter S.T.A.L.K.E.R. isn't that. It's so much more. It's a world game. Its environments are more constrained, sometimes infuriatingly so (I'm still angry about the barbed wire in the first area) and progress is to some degree gated, but they are living and they are convincing. A world divided into factions and monsters and worse, deadly outdoor spaces and terrifying indoor spaces, dark life in a land of ruin, but a real land, that breathtaking modern-day Mary Celeste that is the abandoned Chernobyl and Pripyat area of the Ukraine.

Life left it suddenly, and new life has slowly moved into the ruins. Fearful life, the Stalkers who patrol it alone or in quiet groups, wandering through the thunder and the distant sound of unspeakable horrors. The sad mutants who scurry and slope through the wasteland, mad and afraid, as much a victim of this place as you are. Small signs of hesitant community, as wanderers gather and play songs around a campfire. You're on a quest, yes, but you can choose when to engage, who to engage with, where sympathies lie, what your status and purpose in the Zone is. There are no rules in the Zone, really. It can grant your greatest wish. The wish to be somewhere else, being who you want to be.


18. Far Cry 2

An image from Far Cry 2 which shows the player aiming an AK47 at a huge explosion.
Where can I buy it:Steam, Ubisoft or GOG.

What else should I be playing: The fatalistic horror of STALKER, the sober realism of the Arma games, or if (like many) you can't stand FC2's icy aversion to 'fun' and want to invert matters entirely, there's Just Cause 4, fully embracing the super-heroic, super-destructive implausibility of more traditional open world action, rather than trying to have it both ways.

Far Cry 2 is a semi-open world shooter (this time in a dirty and oppressive Africa rather than a paradise island) which actively robs you of power, rather than festoons you with it. The dark beauty of this FPS is the extent to which it places you in danger, creating a truly hostile world in which you are hamstrung and hated rather than a playground in which you are mollycoddled and lionised. It inverts conventional wisdom as part of an astute observation that it is more satisfying and meaningful to succeed in the face of great adversity than it is to grant you more and more toys until you just can't help but be victorious.

It took several more years of power fantasies before I realised that. Far Cry 2 also seeks to embrace the truth of a world of guns: it's nasty, it's really about money, people do die, you are not a hero, and no-one's coming to bail you out. Well, maybe the pal you met in that last hideout is...


17. SUPERHOT / SUPERHOT VR (2016)

Where can I buy it:Steam, direct from devs ; Oculus store for SUPERHOT VR.

What else should I be playing:There are a lot of other VR shooters out there, but not much else compares. Play SUPERHOT.

There ain't nothin' new under the sun - a miserable claim that SUPERHOT Team disproved twice in one year. First there was SUPERHOT itself, a shooter in which time only moves when you move (or shoot) (or throw something) (or punch). Then there was SUPERHOT VR, which singlehandedly redeemed the whole concept of virtual reality and easily made it into our pick of the best VR games.

SUPERHOT is both maximum-adrenaline thrills and highly tactical - transforming the first-person shooter from a game about precision aiming and reflexive movement into one in which every twitch counted. The world is super-slow-mo until you do anything, which grants you the time to plan the move but leaves you subject to a devious puzzlebox construction in which one action leaves you vulnerable to some other threat. It is sublime, and it is impossibly cool.

Particularly in VR, where you are making those movements yourself - the ducking, the punching, the throwing, the shooting. The Matrix fantasy without any of the bilge - just superhot action. A glorious, glorious reinvention of first-person violence.


16. Borderlands 2

An image from Borderlands 2 which shows Salvador firing at enemies caught in an explosion.
Where can I buy it:Steam, Humble, Epic Games Store.

What else should I be playing:Destiny 2 for more heft gunplay, loot, and numbers. Otherwise, Borderlands 3 really isn't a bad place to turn once you're done. The writing is a bit more tired, and the story isn't as compelling, but it provides more of the same gleeful gunplay.

A brilliant looter-shooter to play with mates, is Borderlands 2. There's a tonne of zany weapons to wield and plenty of skill-trees to sink points into. On that note, the classes aren't only a lot of fun to play, but add replayability too. I particularly liked Gaige who summons a big robot who clunks enemies to death. She comes with the DLC, which I'll get to in a sec.

The writing and humour won't be for everyone in Borderlands 2, but the story motors along at pace and takes you to some interesting spots. It's also lifted by Handsome Jack, whose brilliantly voice-acted and infuriating in equal measure.

Oh and I'd say Borderlands 2's DLC is essential. If only for Tiny Tina's Dungeons and Dragons themed one. It transports you to this unpredictable fantasy world and has you blasting wizards and skeletons with guns that fire swords.


15. Team Fortress 2

Where can I buy it:Steam. It's free these days.

What else should I be playing: Overwatch, you fools.

That Team Fortress 2 is a sequel and a remake of a sober-as-a-nun multiplayer mod seems almost irrelevant now. But it’s part of what makes the game so important. Valve took years and years to settle upon a model for what has become one of the firmly-entrenched favourites of the PC gaming fraternity, and that they did so allowed it to prove that a multiplayer first-person shooter can be funny, even witty, and that constant experimentation and progression can keep a game alive and evolving long after it should have ground to a halt.

Team Fortress 2 felt like an experiment, and it still feels like an experiment, and that experiment was a success. A move to free-to-play and a hat-centric economy has kept TF2 thriving. The cost of this is that something of the original spirit was perhaps lost in this translation to gimmee, gimmee, gimmee, but we can forgive that.


14. Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered

An image from Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered which shows a soldier riding in the back of a helicopter as the sun sets on the horizon.
Where can I buy it:Steam

What else should I be playing: An infinite number of other Call Of Duties, I guess. There's also the Battlefield series, now COD's arch-rival. If you want an alternative to this Team America stuff, there's Spec Ops: The Line, which some people think is an inspired deconstruction of battlefield trauma, while others think it is simply mediocre. Guess which camp we fall into.

The tipping point between Call Of Duty as a World War II shooter for quiet PC gamers and what it is today, an increasingly sci-fi shooter for very noisy console gamers. Modern Warfare was one of the first post-Half-Life 2 shooters to be a true blockbuster. With its dramatically shifting locations, timelines and perspectives (admittedly much more commonplace today), it successfully destabilised the idea that shooters were about one man running through a bunch of tunnels until he killed the big nasty thing at the end. With some shock outcomes, it also introduced a new sense of mortality to our usually superhuman shooter protagonists.

While later CODs overplayed the role of NPC buddies and embraced a numbing cacophony, Modern Warfare managed to retain a sombre, fearful quality despite all the explosions and whatnot. It also set the standard for present-day shooter multiplayer, albeit without quite so much focus on unlockable gizmos.


13. Hunt: Showdown

A Hunt: Showdown screenshot in which two players, waist-deep in swampwater, prepare to kill a Grunt standing on a pier in front of them.
Where can I buy it:Steam

What else should I be playing: Escape From Tarkov, Stalker, or the Metro games share that hardcore, dingy DNA.

Hunt: Showdown's this mixture of PVP and PVP, underscored by serious tension. You take on the role of hunters with the express aim of assassinating an AI "boss" tucked away somewhere on the map. Trouble is, there are other squads also attempting to do the same thing. Die and you lose your equipment forever. Survive, and you'll not only keep your stuff, but get some of the spoils too. That's the tension for you - every single foray into the dark could spell disaster.

The audio design's also sterling in Hunt: Showdown too, with gunshots that ring out from miles away, and the clang of chains could help you locate an enemy that's stalking you nearby. Even swapping your weapon or reloading in quiet moments might give away your position. It's an FPS that's unlike anything out right now.


12. Amid Evil

An image from Amid Evil which shows the player wielding a battle axe and stood toe-to-toe with a giant armoured enemy holding a staff.
Where can I buy it:Steam, Humble, and GOG

What else should I be playing:Dusk, Ultrakill, DOOM, or even Quake will satisfy your desire for throwback FPSing.

Amid Evil's a throwback FPS that's best described as a DOOM-like, but make it fantasy. So instead of pistols and shotguns, you've got staffs that belch blue blobs and swords that sling arcs of mana. It's also quite crafty with some of the usual FPS suspects that hinder fluidity nowadays. There's no fall damage and you can breathe underwater without a worry. The focus is entirely on smashing skeletons with your spells, and I like that.

Wipe out enough enemies and you can turn on Soul Mode that'll turn your weapon into a hose of pain. Enemies aren't your usual aliens either, but often strange beings from astral planes. And I appreciate that the environments are dark and dingy like other throwback FPSes, but colourful and riddled with secrets.


11. Half-Life: Alyx

Where can I buy it:Steam

What else should I be playing:Half-Life 2, for more of that Gordon Freeman goodness.

Alright, yes, you'll need a VR headset for Half Life: Alyx, alongside a powerful enough rig to run it nicely. But, if you've got both of these things, then you're in for a treat.

Graham said in his Half-Life: Alyx review that this is "the Half-Life game you've been waiting for, even if it's not the one you were expecting". And this is because the game's been designed with VR in mind. You're now able to reach out and touch City 17, and the motion control shooting "feels better than Half-Life's combat ever has".

And Half-Life: Alyx embraces horror too, with moments where you're cowering in corners or chucking objects to distract enormous monsters. You're even able to cover your mouth with your actual hand, and have it replicated in-game. It's very much been lifted by VR, and not harmed by it.


10. Titanfall 2

Where can I buy it: Retail or EA's Origin.

What else should I be playing:You could slam all the way into simulation and seek out Mechwarrior 4, or if it's the high-speed, ultra-fluid, wall-running movement that most pleases you, give Mirror's Edge or Dying Light a try. Apex Legends also works.

This could have been the best singleplayer FPS of 2016, if it hadn't been for the new Doom. Nonetheless, if you want straight-up action thrills with a whole lot of flash, some particularly glorious movement and impressively stressful mech-based boss fights, this is going to make you very happy. And hey, there's a robust soldiers vs giant robo-suits multiplayer mode in there too, building on what the multiplayer-only Titanfall 1 already established.

That is, assuming you can find opponents. Titanfall 2 suffered from something of a failure to launch, having resolutely lost the marketing wars of late 2016. It may stay alive over time thanks to word of mouth, but even if it doesn't, definitely check it out for that singleplayer campaign. It is, however, on the brief side, so we strongly recommend playing on Hard difficulty - as well as making it last longer, it makes the mech fights particularly feel that much more satisfying once you finally claim a steel scalp.


9. Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Where can I buy it:Steam, Microsoft Store, or for free with Xbox Game Pass for PC.

What else should I be playing:Destiny 2 might fulfil your hunger for sci-fi shooty bang, alongside Doom Eternal and Titanfall 2.

Halo has some of the weightiest, most wonderful shooting out there. The story's also not half bad, for those into John and his quest to stop aliens from doing nasty things. But it's really the action and the moreish multiplayer that'll keep you coming back.

And come back you shall. As the Master Chief Collection contains a whopping six Halo games: the HD remastered versions of Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo: 2, alongside your usual editions of Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach and Halo: 4. No Halo: 5, should I add, although you can pick that up separately if you'd like.

The remasters of Halo 1 and 2 are faithful to the originals,and then you've got Reach and ODST which are just *chef kiss*. Matchmaking is also smooth, so you'll have no trouble finding other players to tango with if you're feeling competitive.


8. Destiny 2

A Destiny 2 screenshot showing Taniks in the Deep Stone Crypt raid.
Where can I buy it:It's free to play on Steam, but that's excluding the Beyond Light expansion, which also includes previous DLC.

What else should I be playing:The Borderlands series will give you a similar loot-scavenging runabout. If you want to dip into third-person, The Division 2 is another solid looter shooter.

Few shootybangs feel as fluid as this MMO bullet-hoser. There is a grace to Bungie shooters that have been around since Halo: Combat Evolved, and whatever that secret formula is, it’s here by the barrel. By the barrel of a big energy rifle, that is. Gotcha.

Since Destiny was only for console creepers, PC players will have to catch up on the story for this one. Short version: aliens are bad, shoot them. In many ways, we’ve benefitted from jumping in after Bungie refined things for the sequel. There are fewer spongey enemies, and a bit more humour and brightness to proceedings. The story itself is still a bit pants. But this is more about having a gorgeous, free-wheeling target range painted across the solar system than following any grand tale. You have special powers like the ability to swing a ludicrous sword around, or batter multi-limbed baddies with a big electrostomp. But most players will tell you the fun only starts with the multiplayer raids and dungeons, tough battlehells where teamwork and timing are as important as they are in any classical MMO.


7. Rainbow Six Siege

A close up of operator Caveira aiming a gun from Rainbow Six Siege
Where can I buy it:Steam and uPlay

What else should I be playing: Rainbow Six Vegas 2 is another series highlight, particularly in terms of poppy, glitzy co-op vs AI. If you want real tactical action, you'll want to be back to the original Rainbow Six trilogy.

Rainbow Six Siege does what Battlefield games have thus far only pretended to do: provide a multiplayer world which is destructible at a granular level. Instead of buildings collapsing when scripted levers are pulled, in Siege almost every door, window, wall, ceiling, and floor can have a hole poked in it via gunshot, grenades, battering rams and breaching charges.

It feels like technical wizardry and the consequences ripple throughout the entire experience, creating tension from the ability to be attacked from any angle, encouraging teamwork through asymmetric missions which force one team to defend themselves against the other's attempt to breach their compound, and forcing traditional Rainbow Six tactical awareness without a planning phase by requiring you to hold a perfect mental map of the building around you at all times.

It's equally impressive for being a team-based multiplayer shooter that feels fresh, offering something different from the Counter-Strikes and Call of Dutys while staying true to the spirit of the Rainbow Six series.


6. Devil Daggers

A screenshot of Devil Daggers, showing skulls rushing towards the player's first-person perspective, some glowing, some bursting.
Where can I buy it:Steam, GOG, Humble, direct from the devs.

What else should I be playing:Thumper - similar values applied to rhythm action.

2016 was in many ways a vintage year for first-person shooters, and the reason for that was because they understood their past. DOOM, obviously; Overwatch returned to Team Fortress rather than COD; Titanfall 2 was the big sci-fi silliness of the noughties again and Devil Daggers... well, Devil Daggers is from an alternate timeline where Quake changed everything and was never forgotten in favour of military men and careful plots.

A beautiful hellscape of big square pixels against a midnight backdrop, monstrous things looming at you from the darkness, and the dance, the endless dance. A pure test of everything that first-person shooters ever taught us. Reflex, awareness, movement, practice, true grit and no surrender. It is about your own time and only about your own time, because that is all that matters - everything else that shooters ever added is mere fluff.


5. Half Life 2

An image from Half Life 2 which shows the player firing an SMG at a helicopter flying over a lake.
Where can I buy it:Steam

What else should I be playing: So many shooters deliver the story as you roll now, but BioShock is perhaps the best example of this philosophy taken to its peak.

Of course. So much is in Half-Life 2, from an unprecedented level of architectural design to facial animation which rendered anything else obsolete overnight, to a physics system which transformed shooter environments from scenery into interactive resource, to some of gaming's most striking baddies in the Striders and a huge step forwards in making AI companions believable and likeable.

It's also a long, changeable journey through a beautifully, bleakly fleshed-out world, and although of course you are on the hero's journey, it's careful to keep you feeling like a bit player in a wider conflict. That this, plus the cliffhanger ending of Episode 2, left so much more to be told leaves PC gaming in a perpetual state of frustration that the series has, publicly at least, ground to a halt. I don't think all of it is as striking as it once was - particularly, much of the man-shooting feels routine and slightly weightless now - but Half-Life 2 gave us more than any other first-person shooter before, and maybe even since.


4. Apex Legends

Where can I buy it: It's free to play on Origin

What else should I be playing:Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is the other titanic battle royale, as is Fortnite. As is Call Of Duty: Warzone.

Oh my, Apex, what excellent bumslides you have. What solid shootsing you offer. What a delightful bunch of canyons and swamps you’ve plonked us in. We should have known better than to doubt the makers of Titanfall 2’s robot antics. Since its launch Apelegs has added plenty of new characters, new maps, and even a new Arenas mode.

It's a solid murder hike every time you dive into Apex Legends, and there really is nothing that matches its pace in the Battle Royale realm.


3. Valorant

Where can I buy it: It's free-to-play through Riot's launcher.

What else should I be playing:CS:GO is a very similar experience, just without all the wizardry.

There's no elegant way to put this: Valorant is Counter: Strike but with wizards and ninjas. One team wants to plant a bomb, the other needs to stop this from happening. How? By inching around corners, having decent aim, and making strong callouts in the team chat. Patience is rewarded here, as is coordinating with your team to control each map.

If Valorant sounds like Counter: Strike, that's because the gunplay is pretty similar. However, where it differs is in ability usage. You can choose from a roster of Agents who each have special powers that'll let them do stuff like teleport across short gaps, flashbang around corners, or heal allies. If this sounds aggressively unbalanced, don't worry, almost all of these abilities feel like useful tools, as opposed to pain-bringers.

I'd say I prefer Valorant to Counter: Strike nowadays, purely because it feels more current. There's regular updates and some invaluable tools - like an aim training map - are baked into the game, as opposed to being buried away in a "community creations" section of a store.


2. Doom 2016

An image from Doom 2016 which shows the player aiming a shotgun at three floating horrors.
Where can I buy it:Steam

What else should I be playing: Its sequel, Doom Eternal. Or the many other Dooms. Even Quake.

Yes: 2016's do-over of the quintessential first-person shooter is a gory triumph in its own right. Classic weapons and a familiar bestiary help, as does it being so open about the fact we're all here for bloodshed, but it's the momentum system that makes it so damn good. Killing is movement is killing is movement: the more you kill, the faster you move, and this builds and builds in tandem with your learning how to play and how to survive.

A roomful of enemies that seems intense and unfair near the start of the game is like a country ramble compared to what comes later on - but rather than this being a simple matter of difficulty, it's because DOOM trains you on the job, expertly and effortlessly. You don't hit walls here. You punch right through them, cackling and grinning, having the time of your life. A completely unexpected, brilliant comeback. Doom still matters.


1. Call Of Duty: Warzone

Three players about to parachute from a helicopter and into Warzone Season 4.
Where can I buy it: It's free-to-play on Battle.net.

What else should I be playing:I'd recommend Apex Legends if you're after a more arcadey experience, although it plays very differently. Otherwise, I suppose you could opt for PUBG, although it feels ancient in comparison.

Out of all the battle royale games I've played, Call Of Duty: Warzone is by the best paced. Little things, like the way you scoop up loot automatically, and the lack of having to worry about a backpack filled with attachments - it all adds up to make a shooter that doesn't feel cumbersome. It cuts the faff of usual BRs, and lets you focus on the good stuff, which is its wicked gunplay and that oh-so-sweet hit marker sound.

Warzone's loadouts - care packages which contain your own custom weapons - also add another dimension to proceedings. Not only does it give you something to chase during matches, there's this desire to toy around with different weapon builds to create the perfect gun for you.

The truth is, though, that the meta is constantly evolving in Warzone, so you may never find it. But this is what makes it so engaging to play. Whenever I hop in, there's always some event going on or new broken weapon, and Raven Software are doing an increasingly good job of making sure the game's balance is just right.

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The best FPS games

Before we knew what to name FPS games, we called them “Doom clones.” id Software’s groundbreaking work sparked a phenomenon when it began to circulate as shareware over 20 years ago, and since then shooters have propagated through mods, experimentation, LAN parties, co-op, esports, and singleplayer masterpieces. 

Guns and enemies are their bread and butter, but we don’t think of our favorite shooters simply as outlets for simulated violence. We celebrate the way they test our minds and reflexes, the personal stories they generate, the captivating worlds they’ve founded, and the social spaces they provide for lighthearted bonding or hardcore competition. Here are our favorites FPS games to play right now.

Singleplayer FPS games

We recommend the following games for anyone who wants to sit alone and blast monsters or other deserving bad guys. They may include multiplayer modes, but we chose these games and put them in this section because we think they offer the best singleplayer campaigns around.

Dusk

Release date: 2018
Developer: David Szymanski
Link:Steam, GOG

One of our highest-rated shooters of 2018, Dusk is a riff on classic FPS games, with clear influences from Quake, Doom and Half-Life. If you worried first-person shooters had gotten too slow since the '90s ended, this is probably the game for you. Set across three campaigns, you'll play with a fun and often ludicrous armoury—the Riveter, for example, which launches exploding rivets at your foes. It's more than just a throwback, though, filled with memorable, varied levels and a genuinely good little horror-themed story.

Titanfall 2

Release Date: 2016
Developer: Respawn Entertainment
Link: Origin

Somehow Titanfall 2's campaign ended up being the star of the show for us, despite a host of high-value multiplayer options as well. Development of the game's single-player was treated like a game jam of sorts, where different members of the team would pitch their ideas for what a singleplayer Titanfall 2 idea level look like. The end result brings a really curious mix of thrilling platforming challenges, one-off level-changing tools and even puzzle elements, alongside BT, a charming mech pal who's like having a giant talking metal dog.  

Bulletstorm

Release date: 2011
Developer: People Can Fly, Epic Games
Link:Steam

Bulletstorm is an incredibly well-made score attack shooter that’s a little different than everything else on the list. The energy leash, the ability to kick enemies and the fast player movement give you plenty of scope to put together cool, flashy combos and to use your armory creatively. The sweary, deliberately immature script, put together by comic book writer Rick Remender, matches the over-the-top action perfectly. It's available in an upgraded Full Clip Edition on Steam, complete with optional embarrassing Duke Nukem appendage.

Prey

Release date: 2017
Developer: Arkane Austin
Link:Steam

Prey's 2017 reboot from the minds behind the Dishonored series is a modern immersive sim classic. Leveraging the greatest ideas from its System Shock predecessors with modern sensibilities and Arkane's incredible eye for aesthetic design, Prey is a dense, lethal playground for experimentation and discovery. Locked door? Well, you can repair it yourself, or force it open, or scrounge through an office for a key, or warp into a coffee mug and roll through a crack in the window, or shoot a Nerf dart through that same crack to press a button that unlocks it from within. 

The latest Prey is Arkane's greatest expression of its "Play it your way" mantra and can be enjoyed through numerous playthroughs as a result.

No One Lives Forever

Release date: 2000
Developer: Monolith

Where many classics play better in our memories than on our modern PCs, No One Lives Forever holds up brilliantly today thanks to the garish ‘60s art direction, a fine arsenal (from a petite .38 Airweight with dum dum rounds to lipstick grenades and a briefcase missile launcher), as well as remarkably sophisticated AI. Monolith wraps it all up in endlessly inventive level design and writing so consistently hilarious that it created its own genre—the comedy FPS—and hasn’t been outdone since. If only there was an easy way to download it on digital platforms today. 

Metro Exodus

Release date: 2019
Developer: 4A Games
Link:Steam, Epic Store

Metro Exodus trades the claustrophobic Moscow subway tunnels of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light for a mix of open and linear environments across an unexpectedly lush, living Russia. It's still the same shooter at its core, though, with horrific enemies, boisterous comrades, loud, crappy guns, and the best Eastern European post-apocalypse this side of Stalker. But what really makes it work is its heart. The men and women you travel with are as rough and rugged as they come, but they have a genuine love for one another that transcends the rote camaraderie of most shooters, and one of the game's most memorable moments isn't an action sequence (although there are plenty of those) but a mournful, introspective wedding song about the loss of innocence during a time of war.

2033 and Last Light are smaller and much more linear than Exodus, but their portrayals of a slow, stoic struggle to survive in a genuinely awful wasteland are still well worth playing too. 

Black Mesa

Release date: 2020
Developer: Crowbar Collective
Link:Steam

Half-Life: Alyx's level designer only played around five hours of the original Half-Life before dropping it for fan remake Black Mesa instead. And for good reason. What started as a mod homage to the original game blossomed (very slowly) over 15 years into a full blown reinterpretation. Built in Source, Half-Life 2's familiar physics make for more complex puzzles and explosive combat at a much larger scale. The early chapters of Black Mesa actually feel like the world-rending, panicked disaster the low-poly original was gunning for. It's a goddamn nightmare, and that's all before getting to Xen, a total reimagining of Half-Life's worst bits. Xen is practically its own game now. Using the long jump module to fly around lush alien rainforests and through Vortigaunt labor camps is thrilling, tragic, and awe-inspiring. Xen feels truly alien, and fully integrated with the greater Half-Life mythos. It's as creative and surprising as anything Valve would make themselves. Black Mesa is canon.  

BioShock

Release Date: 2007
Developer: Irrational Games
Link:Steam

BioShock's greatest asset is its setting, and what Rapture provides from its ruined eden are enemies that are hysterical, tragic figures. One encounter with a Splicer or a Big Daddy can arc from curiosity, to sympathy, and then swing into full-on fear and violent panic. One of the best things Irrational does is imbue its monsters with terrifying sound design: the psychotic speech of Splicers, the fog horn drone and steel steps of the Big Daddies. The claustrophobia and anxiety Rapture throws at you gives you permission to fight recklessly, tooth-and-nail with powerful plasmids and upgraded shotguns as a way of getting revenge on the horrors that haunt you.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat

Release date: 2010
Developer: GSC Game World
Link:Steam, GOG

What’s most refreshing about Pripyat is how much trust it puts in you to figure out its brutal setting yourself. In The Zone, standing next to the wrong pond might be all it takes to kill you—it’s the genre’s capital city of death, populated with zombies that carry guns, invisible humanoid Cthulhus, and horrifying walls of energy that emanate “nope” in a mile-wide radius. It’s a game blissfully low of exposition and hand-holding, making each time you escape alive feel earned. GSC’s compromises between realism and playability are smart, and excellent ballistics modeling and tracer effects bullet make for gritty firefights. It only improves with mods.

Amid Evil

Release date: 2019
Developer: Indefatigable
Link:Steam, GOG

You don't have to be a fan of Hexen to enjoy pinning enemies to walls with spikes hurled from a morningstar. Amid Evil is a throwback to certain FPS classics, but not a nostalgia trip—its low-fi temples, absurd bosses (the space worm fight is something else), and mythical weapons are all great in their own right. The hard mode is just about perfect as far as FPS difficulty levels go: fast and challenging, but never hopeless, especially because you can go super saiyan when you collect enough soul juice.

F.E.A.R.

Release date: 2005
Developer: Monolith
Link:Amazon

F.E.A.R.’s supernatural encounters are somewhat segregated from its shootouts. One moment you’re a time-slowing, slide-kicking SWAT superman, the next corridor you’re peeing your pants because an eight-year-old ghost is lurking in your hallway. That pacing empowers and scares you, a feat for games that combine action and horror. The creepiness that permeates everything works with F.E.A.R.’s outstanding weapon design, clever enemy pathfinding, and dimly-lit offices that are simultaneously unsettling and cathartic to blow apart in slow motion.

Devil Daggers

Release date: 2016
Developer: Sorath
Link:Steam

The satanic first-person time attack game does nothing to explain itself, dropping you into a flat hellplane where you stave off waves of demons of increasing number and difficulty. It initially comes off as a stylish ode to ‘90s FPS games and arcade shooters like Robotron or Geometry Wars, but unlike those games, Devil Daggers isn’t intent on leaving you smiling. It’s bleak in its presentation and unforgiving in its play. One hit from a stray demon, and it’s over. Even surviving a minute is quite the testament. 

Because Devil Daggers concentrates so intently on spatial awareness and aim, it can leverage every aspect of its design in crucial ways. For example, since the first-person perspective means you can’t see what’s behind you, learning specific demon sounds and relating their position to where you hear them is a skill essential to success. A single run can take anywhere from five seconds to five minutes (if you’re a god), which is a short enough cycle to learn how specific demons behave, how firing modes affect mobility, spawn patterns—it’s the kind of game that you can see the shape of within a minute of play, but one that hides a ton of depth in its focused design.

Devil Daggers may not have an explosive campaign or a cutthroat multiplayer mode or a huge arsenal of fun weapons, but it embodies what makes shooters so great in a dense package: Pointing and clicking demon skulls out of existence.

Half-Life: Alyx

Release date: 2020
Developer: Valve
Link:Steam

There's a big barrier to entry since it's VR-only, but despite only having three guns to choose from Half-Life: Alyx is an exciting and at many times utterly frantic shooter. As headcrabs scuttle, zombies lurch, and antlions charge, you'll have to physically pop fresh clips into your pistol and jam shells into your shotgun—sometimes in near-complete darkness. Learning to perform the actions smoothly takes time, and they're put to the test regularly as swarms of monsters and Combine soldiers come at you from all sides. Weapons are upgradable so you can eventually add a grenade launcher to your shottie and a hefty magazine expansion to your pulse pistol for expelling long bursts of fire—positively cathartic after being careful with your ammo in the early sections of the game.

From claustrophobic horror-filled tunnels and basements to the wide-ranging firefights on the surface, Alyx is a heart-pounding and (if your hands didn't both have controllers in them) nail-biting experience. With its extremely likable characters (including Alyx herself, of course), new enemy types and old favorites, and an absolutely gorgeous setting and intriguing story, Alyx is an excellent blend of the joys of earlier Half-Life games and the intricacies of VR.

Wolfenstein: The New Order

Release date: 2014
Developer: MachineGames
Link:Steam

This big, silly revival of Wolfenstein has inventive level design, a daft but entertaining story based on an alternate WWII history, and guns that feel amazing to fire. It also made dual-wielding an exciting idea for the first time in about a decade. You battle boilerplate robo-dogs, you fight Nazis on the Moon. 

The feel of the machine guns and shotguns is spot-on. The former Starbreeze leads who formed MachineGames reinterpreted Wolfenstein in a way that made it exciting and new both for the series’ existing audience and for those gamers coming in fresh. This big, chunky shooter is so much more than just a retro pastiche, offering variety and production values you rarely get to enjoy in singleplayer games these days. The sequel is good, but we prefer this game—play it first.

Doom and Doom 2

Release date: 1993
Developer: id Software

Wolfenstein 3D preceded it by a year, but Doom is in the DNA of everything here. It’s the progenitor of moving, aiming, and shooting things that hate your health bar in a 3D environment. Hunting for access cards and thumbing walls with spacebar doesn’t have the appeal today that it did in 1993, but Carmack’s technical feats (like creating height differences in a 3D environment, a totally new concept at the time) and well-animated sprites help Doom hold up as an agile, colorful, essential shooter that happens to be the foundation for every other game here. 

Doom and Doom 2 have also been elevated by the modding community. More than 20 years later, they’re still going strong. You’ll find new weapons, new campaigns and total conversions that let you be everything from a pirate to a cartoon square. Even John Romero is still releasing maps.

Doom Eternal

Release date: 2020
Developer: id Software
Link: Steam

This one's for all the extreme pointers and clickers out there. We recommend Doom 2016 as a warmup, an introduction to the faster pace and health-giving systems like Glory Kills that encourage aggressive, reckless play. Because Doom Eternal moves much faster, with added mobility like the dash and the ability to swing from monkey bars, and it squeezes every vital resource with an iron grip. Health, armor, and ammo deplete faster than ever—arenas are bigger and filled with more demons overall—making for a more desperate, stressful shooter than the series' past. It's a sweatfest, one that tasks you with juggling eight guns, their multiple alternate firing modes, a chainsaw, a sword, a flamethrower, grenades, Glory Kills, Demon Punches, dashes, and more, some of which are the only means of returning those vital resources to you. You're constantly riding the edge of death, bouncing in and out of the action to get shots in and stock back up on whatever resource is hurting the most, hopefully, before it's too late.

And that's all before Eternal introduces melee enemies that force you to completely reconfigure age-old shooter habits into something like a reserved Dark Souls in the middle of a traditional arena hellstorm. It's a lot. A lot of a good thing.

The Signal From Tölva

Release date: 2017
Developer: Big Robot
Link:Steam

This deliberately slow-paced and engaging FPS has shades of Stalker with a gorgeous sci-fi open world that's based on concept illustrations by former Rockstar artist Ian McQue. You hijack a surveyor drone, investigating the signal in the title, and fend off other robot factions as you explore the planet's surface.

Later in the game you get to command other surveyors, too, who can help you in combat. The unusual and memorable setting, combined with great sounding and feeling guns, makes this one of the more notable recent cult hits on Steam.

Co-op FPS games

You don't necessarily have to play all these games with a group, but they're better that way. Buy a copy with a friend—or maybe 20 friends depending on the game—and do a bit of bonding by graciously showing them where bottles of pills are and yelling at them when the bullheadedly dash into the next room before you're ready.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Release Date: 2019-2020
Developer: 343 Industries, Splash Damage, Ruffian Games, Bungie, Saber Interactive
Link:Steam

There's a good reason to play every Halo game, whether it's 5 or 10 or 20 years old. That reason differs from game-to-game, though there's still nothing else in the FPS world quite like Halo's big, sandboxy levels. But each has a unique draw: in Halo 1 it's the pistol, a sublimely overpowered hand cannon and more-or-less the only weapon you need in multiplayer. And multiplayer itself is still really fun, a throwback to the LAN days of hour-long CTF matches and ridiculous vehicle physics. In Halo Reach, the 4-player co-op campaign and wave-based survival mode Firefight are perfect with friends.

Thankfully, Microsoft made the wonderful decision to bring the MCC to PC, where they'll be playable and moddable for years to come. With Halo 4 added toward the end of 2020, the full collection is finally complete on PC. But that doesn't mean 343 is done improving the package. The studio is still adding maps and quality-of-life features like crossplay with PC and Xbox.

Deep Rock Galactic

Release date: 2020
Developer: Ghost Ship Games
Link:Steam, Game Pass

Deep Rock Galactic is what happens if Left 4 Dead's zombies were giant bugs and its maps were fully destructible playgrounds. As professional mining dwarves armed to the teeth, up to four players delve deep into procedurally generated caverns to complete all sorts of mission types. Sometimes you're mining for a specific mineral, other times you're building pump networks, but all the while the looming threat of bug hordes persists. Maybe the most surprising part of Deep Rock is how good the guns feel and how well the four classes synergize together. Bug carcasses audibly crunch under the impact of my Engineer's shotgun and bugs scream as they're lit ablaze by the Driller's flamethrower.

Procedurally generated games have a habit of feeling samey after a while, but Deep Rock is the rare exception. With a healthy variety of mission types, no shortage of goals to work toward (new weapons, perks, abilities), and more post-release support in the works, it's a shining example of how to do co-op shooters right.

Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Release date: 2018
Developer: Fatshark
Link:Steam

Warhammer Fantasy is a perfect backdrop for Left 4 Dead’s ideas, as it turns out. Vermintide 2 is a fully cooperative FPS where you and three friends axe, arrow, magic, and sword your way through a variety of Warhammer baddies. The sequel ramps things up significantly from the 2015 original with more weapon types, enemies, and a new progression system centered around fairly generous loot boxes. It's intensely satisfying melee combat on a scale you just can't get anywhere else, especially in the comfort of a four-person party with friends.

Arma 3

Release date: 2013
Developer: Bohemia Interactive
Link:Steam

Arma 3 is about scale and detail together: it’s not just a snapshot of a battle, it’s the whole thing. It’s the realistic reloading, the helicopters that almost require real-life helicopter pilots to control them, and the damage you sustain from taking an enemy shot. No other first-person shooter offers a simulation on this level, with such high production values. 

Bohemia has built on Arma 3 with the excellent Apex expansion, too, which adds Tanoa, 100km2 of gorgeous tropical landscape to navigate. It was one of Evan's personal favorites of 2016, and Andy Kelly even created his own Olympics-style events in Apex using Arma 3's Zeus mode. It's an essential add-on. 

You can even drive go-karts in Arma 3 at this point. What's not to love? 

Destiny 2

Release date: 2017
Developer: Bungie
Link:Steam

Bungie proved its talent for weapon and encounter design in the Halo series, but Destiny 2 fits those guns into a dazzling new sci-fi setting with RPG elements and a strong reliance on fighting for fresh loot. The community has struggled to get on board with Destiny 2's new seasonal structure, but if you're a new player there are hundreds of hours of great missions, much of which you can access for free.

Competitive PvP is fairly decent, but Destiny 2's very best missions ask six players to come together in meticulously designed raids—part puzzles, part shooting challenges. As you earn power levels, you earn a huge collection of beautiful sci-fi guns, many with pages of backstory attached. Destiny 2 still needs to prove itself as a long term prospect as a living game for really devoted hobbyists but, moment to moment, it's a beautifully designed FPS that still feels amazing a thousand hours in. We've should know; several PC Gamer staffers have spent more time than that shooting aliens across the solar system.

SWAT 4

Release Date: 2005
Developer: Irrational Games
Link:GOG

Enemies aren’t enemies in SWAT 4—they’re suspects, and they’re innocent until they try something stupid. Unlearning your instinct to shoot first is an initially uncomfortable but ultimately rewarding experience in SWAT 4 because it’s one that demands playing deliberately—dealing with civilians commingled with bad guys takes coordination in a way that’s comparable to Arma. That’s doubly-true in SWAT’s five-man co-op, where the mechanics for gathering information (like a fiber-optic camera), securing rooms, and breaking down doors come to life when paired with voice communication. 

SWAT 4 is finally available digitally, too, after a wait of years. You can pick it up for a reasonable price from GOG.com and play it on Windows 10 right now. To celebrate its re-release, Andy took another look at it in 2017.

Borderlands 2

Release date: 2012
Developer: Gearbox Studios
Link:Steam

With the ideas that drove its predecessor validated by strong sales, Gearbox had the resources to pour production value into the second coming of its silly, more-is-more approach to a grindy FPS. Yes, there are a hojillion guns, but we’re more enamored with the way BL2 embraces its colorful, sci-fi setting to create unconventional enemy designs. Bandits scream, limp, kamikaze, and sputter last words. The Goliath subverts your years of training, counter-intuitively going into Hulk mode when you headshot it. Mutated pests swoop, leap, burrow, and shield their vulnerable spots. Polished, playful, and our favorite antidote to military shooters that take themselves too seriously.

Borderlands 3 may be newer and shinier, but we preferred the romp across Pandora in Borderlands 2, and it has the advantages of being cheaper and playable on any modern PC.

Sven Co-op

Release date: 1999
Developer: Sven Co-op Team
Link:Steam

If the original Half-Life was a network of bizarre TV shows that you could channel surf between, it’d look like Sven Co-op. The years-long effort of a group of modders, Sven is 32-player cooperative Half-Life played on dozens of crazy, homemade maps. With the right group of friends, it’s a calamitous and hilarious mashup of Half-Life’s blocky cast of monsters, scientists, and security inside ever-stranger worlds. One .BSP, you’re inside a technicolor playground populated by Teletubbies, another you’re in a Mega Man homage, a secret military base, or Egyptian pyramids where you throw grenades at Anubis himself. Download an assortment of weird maps, hop in Discord with five or six of your buddies, and lose yourself in hours of retro-weirdness, laughter, and awkward platforming.

Insurgency Sandstorm

Release date: 2018
Developer: New World Interactive
Link:Steam

An outstanding co-op FPS for blasting waves of bots, Insurgency's mission structure produces a ton of tension. Everyone on your team has a single life, but dead teammates respawn if an objective gets completed. This setup creates some brutal indoor defenses where two or three remaining players cover doorways as seconds tick down, trying to pick the right moment to reload without getting caught with an empty rifle. A points-based gun customization system allows for genuinely different playstyles, and Insurgency's spasmodic bot AI makes enemy soldiers easy in some moments, but unpredictably deadly at others. Alongside the great Killing Floor 2, this is the best wave-based cooperative FPS you can play.

Left 4 Dead 2

Release date: 2009
Developer: Valve
Link:Steam

It’s insane how much mod meat has grown around the bones of Valve’s co-op shooter. Twelve years later, L4D2 remains an overflowing fountain of free content. Forget the stock characters (although, how could you?): Download skins and play as The Joker, Princess Zelda, and a bipedal velociraptor. Skip Valve’s campaigns: fight zombies in Helm’s Deep, in a meticulous 12-map recreation of Silent Hill, in levels from GoldenEye or as you and your survivor mates try to build and launch a rocket. 

Competitive FPS games

The original Doom was a vital multiplayer game, but the campaign is what gets the focus today. So while many of the games on this list have some sort of multiplayer component, these are the games we specifically recommend for the competitive type that cares about the best mouse DPI.

Apex Legends

Release Date: 2019
Developer: Respawn Entertainment
Link: Origin

Titanfall 2 never really took off in the way it deserved to, so what a pleasant surprise for Respawn to release this battle royale game out of nowhere, and suddenly find a massive, willing audience. It incorporates a lot of what we love about the Respawn/Infinity Ward lineage of shooters, particularly the character movement and excellent guns. Its innovative ping system lets even shy players enjoy being part of a three-player team, and it earned an enormous 93% in our review, boasting a great, ever-expanding roster of heroes.

Rainbow Six Siege

Release date: 2015
Developer:
Ubisoft Montreal
Link:Steam

A worthy successor to Counter-Strike that’s less about milliseconds and motor skills and more about patience, scouting, and blowing big holes in anything in your way. Siege is a five-on-five, attack-and-defend, competitive FPS with a short clock, relatively small maps, and a high-fidelity destruction system that rewards using your eyes and ears to determine where an enemy is. Each team is built from a growing roster of operators, each of which brings a different gadget, but despite these equipment gimmicks the focus is still squarely on tactical execution. You’re often fighting to control just one room, using gear and angles to take or protect the objective.

Although you may experience a hacker or two in ranked play, Ubisoft has generally done a terrific job of supporting the game so far, rolling out significant updates that have added new operators, maps, and addressed feedback from the community. Overall, we love the way that Siege’s systems (destruction, barricading, drones, cameras, deployable shields, and more) create a deliberate style of play.

Call of Duty: Warzone

Release date: 2020
Developer: Activision
Link:Official site

Call of Duty: Warzone accomplishes the challenging task of translating CoD’s traditionally frantic, close-quarters combat into a 150-player battle royale. Its first map, Verdansk, is a murderous wonderland of factories and skyscrapers flanked by steep mountains. Even better is Warzone’s simplified looting that ditches backpacks and lets you call in custom loadouts. A smaller emphasis on looting shifts the focus to twitch shooting skill, which is a refreshing change of pace for the genre. We also love the Gulag, a 1v1 fight club that gives every player a chance to earn a second life. As a standalone game, Activision is committed to keeping Warzone fresh with content for months to come.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Release Date: 2012
Developer: Valve / Hidden Path Entertainment
Link:Steam

The grandchild game has fully replaced CS’ parents at PC Gamer. Thousands of maps have been created by the community since GO added Steam Workshop support, and we’ve been playing non-stop since then. Those maps, and GO’s willingness to bend CS’ sacred aspects (like adding a set of stairs beneath the underpass on de_dust, or making a wider set of the weapons viable) have reinvigorated our interest in the series.

Updated shaders, animations, and player models provided a face-lift to Counter-Strike: Source, and the new guns (especially the magazine-fed MAG-7 shotgun) have grown on us. At some point, Demolition mode became our favorite way to play GO—its five-on-five, best-of-20-rounds format inside compact maps turns it into a concentrated, casually-competitive form of CS. Hardcore players of earlier versions will obviously stick to what they love, but it makes the most sense for new CS players to jump into CS:GO.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Release Date: 2017
Developer: Bluehole, Inc
Link:Steam

The format of PUBG is so easy to grasp that it's no surprise it's sold millions of copies in Early Access. Players land on an 8x8km island and scavenge for guns, tools and other items in a large-scale battle royale, as the safe zone of the environment shrinks across the course of the game. Even in defeat, PUBG produces gritty stories of gunfights gone wrong or tall tales of vehicular stunts, mixing silliness with seriousness.

PUBG has added first-person-only servers in a recent update, and it's changed the game for the better. What was already a tense experience of hiding, spotting and ambushing is made more nerve-racking without the option to look around corners or get a better perspective of your surroundings with a third-person camera.

Overwatch

Release date: 2016
Developer: Blizzard
Link: Battle.net

While similar to Team Fortress 2, Overwatch is far more generous. Some characters have a high skill ceiling, but Overwatch works hard to make you feel good whatever your skill is. Several characters can heal on their own, and one just effuses health to everyone around him. Others can make themselves invulnerable, or fly out of danger. ‘Eliminations’ flash across your screen whether or not you got the last hit, and even players of lesser skill have the opportunity to lay down an ultimate at the right time and be honored with a four-elimination ‘play of the game.’ It gives you chance after chance to be the hero your team needs, or at least score one clutch elimination.

With a colorful, friendly design and cheerfully dumb characters, Overwatch has an absurd 30 million+ registered players across all platforms. It doesn't have quite the same energy as it did a few years ago, when each new character reveal was a massive event, but Overwatch remains fun, accessible, and full of life.

Team Fortress 2

Release Date: 2007
Developer: Valve
Link:Steam

It launched with six maps, four game types, and 26 weapons divvied up between nine classes. 358 patches later, Team Fortress 2 wouldn’t recognize its former self in the mirror. Its official map list has ballooned to dozens, drawing on endless community talent. It has a cooperative, wave-based horde mode against robotic doppelgangers. The Scout can quadruple jump, and the Demoman can now be specced into a lunging, medieval melee fighter. Each Halloween has introduced a monstrous boss NPC that opposing teams can beat up on for achievements or loot. Weapons are craftable, paintable, tradable, smeltable, giftable. Rockwellian, stylized helps it ignore its years of age.

TF2 continues to be Valve’s go-to guinea pig for experimentation, and through years of surgeries it’s charted new technical and creative territory by appending everything from a video highlight system, to a free-to-play business model, to in-game contests and player-created item creation (with profit sharing) to TF2’s skeleton. It’s a miracle the game not only survived those operations, but stitched most of them in so elegantly that we now consider features like trading and holiday events as inseparable aspects of TF2’s identity. More miraculously, it’s remained a shooter that can be played competitively and casually with equal appeal—in online leagues, at a LAN with a clan, with a beer, or cooperatively in Mann vs. Machine mode. It’s an unbelievable achievement for a shooter to be so inclusive, versatile, and retain a high skill ceiling over 14 years.

Multiplayer games aren’t known for their character development, but a portion of TF2’s longevity is owed to the ridiculous lore Valve has built up around its nine classes. Merasmus, the sorcerer boss that invaded the 2012 Halloween event, is the Soldier’s ex-roommate. A series of comics explain why the red and blue-colored mercenaries you play as are fighting one another. Lightheartedness permeates everything, and the humor does nothing to undermine the meaning of scoring an air-shot with the Soldier’s rocket launcher or chain-stabbing your way through half the enemy team as a Spy. The best maps, like pl_badwater, cp_gorge, and cp_granary, have a beginning, middle, and end, and are balanced despite their size and the number of different classes and weapons they have to accommodate.

Judged on its perfect balance between accessibility and skill, its longevity, inventive mechanics, visual design, and the absurd amount of content baked into it, we’d recommend TF2 to a friend before any other shooter. It’s had a rich, surprising history, and we fully expect to be playing it until the sun runs out of hydrogen.

Our criteria

Whenever we sit down to make ourselves feel important by listing games, our first step is settling on what the heck “best” means. In this case, we’re mostly concerned with identifying which shooters are fun now, today. Games—3D games especially—age. They’re products of the technology they were built on, and sanctifying Battlefield 1942 over Battlefield 1, for example, doesn’t help us help you figure out what games to play. If you've got a love of Battlefield 1942, which many of us also do, you already know what makes it great, and also that it isn't the best Battlefield for a newcomer to jump into right now.

For historical significance as the primary criteria, check out our list of the most important PC games. For this list, we aren't ignoring a game’s legacy completely—innovation and influence just has a lesser weight under our criteria. We’re also laser-focused on the things that make a shooter a shooter. We consider Fallout: New Vegas, System Shock 2, and Deus Ex to be must-play experiences, but do we celebrate them because they’re great shooters, or because they’re excellent story-driven games that happen to feature guns? Drawing these kinds of lines helps us provide a better service to you. Check out our list of the best RPGs for another big batch of recommendations.

Consider this a living list (most recently updated March 2021) which we'll continue to add to from the past and present as we play new games and revisit old ones.

Hey folks, beloved mascot Coconut Monkey here representing the collective PC Gamer editorial team, who worked together to write this article!

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If you’ve got an itchy trigger finger and need to know what the best FPS games are that can satiate your hunger for explosions and excitement, don’t worry. We’ve collected a selection of the very best shooters that you can download and play right now – and we’ve got something for every taste, whether you need to be on mouse and keys to get the full satisfaction of landing a headshot or if you prefer to feel the squeeze of a trigger in real-time on a pad.

FPS games – or first-person shooters, if you prefer – have long been a staple in gaming. Whether you prefer to play on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, older-generation machines, or on PC, you’ll notice that a vast chunk of your back catalogue will place you in the boots of a hero, gun in hand, fending off wave-after-wave of blood-hungry enemies. There’s something very comforting in saving the world with hot lead and gunpowder, right?

So flick off the safety, slam another magazine of ammo into your favourite rifle and hunker down – we’re about to list the most essential games for any first-person shooter fanatic out there.

1. Escape From Tarkov

escape from tarkov

Do you like misery? Do you like skirmishes that require as much brainpower as gun skill? Escape From Tarkov is where all the finer, grittier details of the FPS genre meet. Battlestate Games opened up the hardcore survival-shooter as a beta back in 2017, and has been steadily updating the game with new features since.

Playing as either a PMC or BEAR operative, players are tasked with entering different zones of Tarkov – a fictional region in Russia – to complete missions, retrieve valuable loot and extract before the timer runs out. This means competing with other players and a host of NPC factions, and if you die in the raid you’ll lose everything you brought in with you.

What lands Escape from Tarkov on this list is the level of detail that goes into every single element of the beta. The game features an intricate weapons modding system where you can customize every element of your gun before taking it into a raid, while the in-depth ballistics system means you’ll need to consider your loadout down to the very bullet.

It can be a steep learning curve, but this attention to detail culminates in intense firefights that can cost you everything. There are few games that manage to make every second of combat feel consequential, but Escape From Tarkov ensures that you’ll never feel more alive as you fight to keep it that way.

2. Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2

Before the former Call of Duty devs at Respawn Entertainment surprised everyone with their extremely popular battle royale game Apex Legends, they tried breaking into the FPS space with Titanfall, a futuristic shooter in which players took control of highly acrobatic, wall-running pilots and their titans — gigantic combat mechs capable of stomping aforementioned pilots beneath their humongous heels. Titanfall was well-received, but the series really hit its stride when Titanfall 2 was released in 2016.

So how did the sequel to the 2014 sleeper hit become one of the best (and most underrated) FPS games of the previous generation? Simply put, it iterated on and refined what made the first game’s multiplayer unique — the frantic boots-on-the-ground (and walls) parkour action, and cool-as-hell giant robots dropping from orbit to beat the tar out of one another. At the time, it was difficult to find FPS games that weren’t boilerplate, modern military approximations a la Call of Duty, so Titanfall 2’s acrobatic, sci-fi spin on the genre truly felt like a breath of fresh air.

Titanfall 2 also featured a surprisingly fun and thoughtful single-player campaign. At its core, it’s a simple tale about a man and his relationship with his sentient war robot. While the story beats may not leave much of an impression, the exceptional level design certainly will. Not only is Effect and Cause one of the finest single-player FPS levels of all time, but the late game re-appearance of the Smart Pistol is also an excellent sequence and well worth your time.

3. Apex Legends

Apex Legends

After a secretive development process, Respawn Entertainment and EA stealth-dropped Apex Legends into players’ laps back in 2019. EA intentionally avoided promoting the game so as not to draw the ire of Titanfall fans who were expecting the third title in the series, as well as gamers who were fed up with free-to-play, live-service titles full of loot boxes.

Ultimately they didn’t have too much to worry about, as Apex was a massive success. The Titanfall developers made some interesting additions to the typical battle royale formula, like the inclusion of hero characters with special abilities and unique personalities, an easy-to-use contextual “ping” communication system that simplifies playing with randoms, and the fast-paced, arcadey gunplay that made the Titanfall games so fun. And while you may not be able to run on walls, the movement system is intuitive, snappy, and reminiscent of Apex’s predecessors. If you want a battle royale experience that skews away from the realistic and you don’t feel like playing even more Fortnite, Apex is a great place to land.

4. Overwatch

Overwatch

The team-based hero shooter that “inspired” innumerable copycats, Overwatchstands above all of the imitators as the best of the bunch. It’s accessible while also being surprisingly complex, possesses more charm than a video game has any right to, has an extensive roster of truly memorable characters, and has plenty of interesting lore for those willing to seek it out.

Players battle in objective-based, six versus six matches. The attacking team is typically tasked with escorting an objective through a map, or capturing objectives — all while using the large cast’s expansive array of abilities to gain the upper hand.

Overwatch is easy to pick up and play and only has a few game modes to choose from, but the overall experience is so satisfying — particularly with a group of coordinated friends coming together to secure a win — that you could easily find yourself losing hundreds of hours to it.

5. Call Of Duty: Warzone

Call Of Duty: Warzone

Call of Duty’s second attempt at outshining its battle royale competitors came in the form of Warzone, a sequel of sorts to Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode. Warzone is the bigger and better of the two games in almost every way, with 150 player lobbies, a larger and more thoughtfully constructed map, an ultra-streamlined inventory management system, and a totally reworked armor system.

Contracts – mini-challenges that players can undertake during matches for cash – change up the typical battle royale gameplay loop you’ve come to expect, as does the introduction of an economy system that can see you buying back in teammates that have died, or calling in support in the shape of custom weaponry, a UAV or even airstrikes.

One of the most intriguing elements of Warzone is the Gulag — a prison players are sent to when killed. Once there, players compete in intense 1v1 matches, and the winner is respawned back in Verdansk. Add in the familiar Call of Duty gunplay and a substantial weapon customization system, and Warzone stands out as one of the most polished and fully-realised battle royale experiences available today.

6. Battlefield 4

Battlefield 4

It isn’t the most recent title in the long-running Battlefield series, but Battlefield 4is regarded by many fans as the best modern iteration available. Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V all brought new and interesting ideas to the series — cops and robbers, a rare and surprising take on WW1, and a controversial return to WW2, respectively — but they failed to capture the elusive combination of spectacularly fun destruction, impressively tight gunplay, extensive weapon customization, and the wide array of land, air, and sea vehicles that results in the “only in Battlefield” moments the series is famous for.

Players familiar with newer installments may miss some absent quality-of-life changes such as vaulting over high walls or reviving fallen squadmates, but those omissions do little to detract from the fact that Battlefield 4 is the best large-scale, team-based FPS game on the market with remote-controlled blowtorch robots you can use to kill your enemies.

7. DOOM Eternal

Doom Eternal

If id software’s DOOM 2016 was meant to make players feel like an unstoppable force ripping and tearing through throngs of demonic hellspawn, DOOM Eternal’sM.O. is channeling that carnage into a laser-focused flow chart of surgical death-dealing.

Series favorite weapons like the super shotgun, the chaingun, and the rocket launcher all return — but instead of being simply different means to kill demons, each weapon in DOOM Eternal is designed to be very good at one or two specific things. For example, the super shotgun can be upgraded with a grappling hook attachment to close the gap between the player and enemies, while the heavy cannon can be used to pick away at distant enemies or weak points found on bigger baddies. This “tool for every job” approach combined with the need to constantly refill health and ammo reserves through the brutal glory kill melee system and chainsaw attacks means that players will have to constantly make split-second decisions about the best way to approach each scenario. You won’t be using your favorite weapon for long stretches of time, but that’s just part of the grisly appeal.

It would be a huge oversight to talk about either of the modern DOOM games without mentioning the disgustingly heavy, djent, industrial, and thrash-inspired soundtracks found in both. Even the most benign players will have difficulty keeping their heads from banging during the tracks that exude pure violence in the games’ combat-heavy arena sections.

The combination of the frenetic gameplay, exaggerated violence, and the extremely brutal soundtrack makes DOOM Eternal a sinfully good time, and well worth the play.

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