PS5 Games – 10 Best Games to Play After Deathloop
IO’s final entry into their Hitman trilogy perfectly captures all of the things that the team and these games do so very well. This game is all about exploring the many possibilities that IO crafted and then seeing what else is possible in its various sandbox settings.
Deus Ex is one of the earlier entries into what is now known as the immersive sim genre, and for my money (and yours, if you choose to buy it) it’s still one of the best.
Despite some considerable competition, few immersive sims have been able to replicate the way that Deus Ex blends world-building, narrative, and gameplay in a way that manages to reward players with an equally compelling experience no matter what path they choose to take. The only wrong way to play Deus Ex is to not play it.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
It’s between this and Chaos Theory for the honor of “best Splinter Cell game,” but if you find yourself craving more stealth-based kills and espionage after beating Deathloop, you can’t go wrong with Blacklist.
With Blacklist, Ubisoft Toronto managed to expand Splinter Cell‘s traditional gameplay by encouraging you to explore more open environments that expertly test your secret operative abilities. Also, there’s a fairly good chance that we might actually eventually get a sequel to this game if enough people continue to buy it.
Dark Messiah of Might and Magic
Dark Messiah of Might and Magic was called a future cult classic in 2006, and the 15 years since its release have proven this title’s early advocates right. This is still one of the best medieval fantasy adventure games ever made and an incredible preview of Arkane’s brilliance.