Millennials and Gen-Z folks live in the best period, period. The number of games is at an all-time high, and the quality of the games only seems to get better. If you are a University kid, are you playing any of the following games?
Fortnite: Battle Royale
We can’t start the list without Fortnite, right? This battle royale game started by Epic Games in 2017 has taken the world by storm. The cultural wave, the videos, the memes—the world is just a Fortnite arena and we are merely players.
The game encircles around a said number of players in a chosen map. The resources are limited and the players are in search of that sweet victory. What makes this really enticing an experience is how interactive it is.
In order to make it more appealing, Epic Games keep it updated with regards to worldly affairs too. For instance, if there is a new Batman film around, chances are—there will be a Fortnite skin too. Plus it’s free—all the more reasons to get university kids involved.
Five Nights at Freddy’s
University students have a predilection for horror. Films, fiction, games—you name it. Among the extensive list of creepy horror games that university kids are playing, Five Nights at Freddy’s definitely takes the cake.
The objective of the game is to make your way through a building. Now you will have to go past a series of really creepy characters. During this five-night stay at the place, you will have to ensure that the lights are on, the curtains are drawn, and everything appears to be safe. Lest, there is something really eerie waiting for you.
We just had to mention this. GTA Online is the most immersive, complete, rewarding, and of course, playable game that university goers will come across. Rockstar Games ensures that the game is always top-notch with its new heists, missions, and other online interactive sessions.
With the next iteration of the game in the works, GTA Online is going to be a more immersive experience with time. Besides, the offline / story mode is pretty intense too. The characters are well-written, the gameplay is pretty well-optimized, and the overall experience is enriching.
University students don’t have the time to sit and game extensively for eons. They are always on the move. With mobile phones becoming ever-so powerful, the gaming experience is getting intense too. Whether it is Call-of-Duty Mobile online or PUBG, mobile gaming has carved a niche of its own.
That being said, it isn’t just about the high-graphics, adrenaline-rich games. Mobile gaming also consists of online casino games, arcade games, and others which you can play strategically. These don’t put pressure on the GPU and at the same time give you a great experience.
Whatever the Latest FIFA is
Of course—how is an online gaming session complete without the students playing some good ol’ football…or soccer…let’s just call it FIFA. EA Sports has made one heck of a game this time around. There are no glitches, no weird matchmakings, and the rosters are on point too.
Additionally, the regular updates and card systems make for a pretty enticing experience. Folks who have that rush for the ball cannot resist buying every iteration of the game, year after year. That is what makes FIFA such a great game for University students.
Okay, we saved the best for the last. Possibly the best-selling game in the world, Minecraft allows a group of players to communicate online. Here, they live in a virtual world where they try to create their own spaces.
To be more specific, there is no end to the game per se. You can build your fortresses, you can create your farms, you can pretty much do anything with the pseudo-3D structures in the game. The pixilated experience sure sounds banal, but once you get the hang of it, there is no going back. The time investment is real, and it is totally worth it.
Long gone are the days when games were considered a fad or a waste of time. They have become a lifestyle choice now. Video games are indeed a good way of life—and that would explain why they are trending all year round.