From Dalgona Coffee to vlogging. The pandemic has forced trends and fads out of everyday citizens. So while everyone’s having a go at new hobbies, why not try gaming too? Here are Top 5 free PC games for the gaming novice. Post script alert – we aren’t to blame if this list kick starts your new-addiction to gaming!
League of Legends
Well, for starters, close to a 100 million people apparently play this game every month. So there’s absolutely no way you could go without finding a game, or a fellow gamer. Users coordinated with fellow players to form teams and destroy the opposition. The battles get more complex as you level up.
Easily one of the most popular video games till date. A multiplayer battle, the game appeals to both serious gaming professionals as well as movies (like us!) While the game doles out cash prizes to the best performing players, the novices have an overload of online guides and community discussions to get started. And soon, ace it. Assured to get you hooked.
World of Tanks
First released in 2010, this multiplayer game is considered to be one the best tank games available on PC. Developed by a company based out of Belarus, World of Tanks is set in the 20th Century and pits two teams of tankers against each other. Battle it out across 10 levels, unlocking hundreds of vehicles along the way. Right from speedy ones to massive Hulk-like wheels, get ready to be spoilt for choice.
At – https://worldoftanks.asia/
If you’re an absolute outsider to the gaming world and have just started warming up to it, one of the first names you’d come across is that of Fortnite. In the news recently for infamous reasons, irrespective, Fortnite is a PUBG-esque platform that has become sort of a melting pot – with its trailers, promo videos, windows for virtual interactions with users from all over the world and so on. A multiplayer shooter-survival game battling a zombie-like invasion, this one’s a favourite.
Yet another weapons-based game, it involves close to 40 fighter characters across stages. All of them are rotational and come equipped with their own set of weapons you could wield in a match. A close reminder of Nintendo’s favourite Super Smash Bros, Brawlhalla offers different approaches to the game too. Once, slightly casual. And another, Hardcore. If you’d like, you could always pay for the premium model too.
Got any other favourites that you’d prefer? Perhaps they found a spot on another list?