Top New Open World RPG Games For 2021

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After playing the open beta for New Vegas, I can say that this is one of the best new, open world RPG games to come along in some time. I can’t say that it’s the best or even the most interesting, but it’s definitely close. There are some things that this game had that some other games don’t, but I’ll talk about those later in the review.

About New Open World RPG Games 

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The open world was a large part of the game, I would say that it was its biggest feature. You could go out and travel through the whole thing, see the places, do stuff, and then return to your overpriced hotel room to rest. It was a bit annoying at times, but then again that’s what adventure is all about.

The open world allows the freedom of an open desert, or any other type of outdoor location you’d like to travel to. And that’s a big part of these open-ended RPGs. Not only is it great to travel to, but you can also go back to an older area you’ve already been to. This is great when you’re having trouble with a certain area, or just want to explore a bit more of the world.

What Makes A New Open World RPG Game Amazing?

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Another thing the game had that I really liked was the quests. Usually there will be a few things for you to do, and then you’ll need to turn in a quest so the game will figure out where you are and what you need to do next. In New Vegas, however, you have several different quests to complete, each offering a bit more freedom than the last. Plus you can always run to the closest city and do something. The choices in the game are huge, and there are literally hundreds of things you can do.

That brings me up to the last major feature that the game has, and that’s the towns and cities. New Vegas was built around the gambling district. There are some really cool locations, and also a lot of free or low cost items as you shop. Also, because this is a new world, there are new diseases, and viruses to deal with. The city provides a lot for the player to do, and also shows off some of the other features like the Strip and the nuclear warhead facility.

The New Vegas expansion puts the final nail in the coffin of the old “sandbox” genre. Gone are the days of just being a bunch of generic buildings. The game now has a recognizable feel, and I’m not just talking about the music. The sounds are crisp, and while you’re doing missions and running around the city, you’ll pick up on some locals that will help you in your mission.

Best New Open World RPG Games

The combat in the game is well done, as well. There is more to it than just shooting at the same enemies over. The unique features that take place means that sometimes I die, but then I was able to quickly get back on my feet by finding a medical suit and healed up. The open world is really great, and there are new stories to be told.

The release of the new MMORPG New Vegas is just the start of a long list of exciting new open world RPG games. Some have been released before, but never to this extent. I look forward to more of these, and exciting new RPG offerings. I can’t wait to see the next one.

This new title is very well done, in my opinion. The graphics are top notch, the quests are varied, and the overall design of the game is quite intriguing. They’ve taken all of the good parts of other popular titles and made them even better. No matter how many times I play the game, I still find new things to do, and the storyline is what makes it. I recommend anyone to give it a try.

Pillars of the Earth is one of the best RPGs being released right now. It has the feel of classic RPG’s, yet is completely new. I recommend giving it a try, if you like an open world with RPG elements, but also includes some great visuals.

Final Thoughts

I hope this has been helpful in giving an introduction to the new open world RPGs. Next time you go to play a new RPG, give it a shot. You might be surprised, but you might also like it.

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