10 Best Open World Games of 2020

2020 saws tons of video games that includes explorable open worlds of all totally different sizes. Listed below are some of the preferred.
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#10 Mafia: Definitive Version

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One

Launch Date: September 25, 2020

#9 Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord

Platform: PC

Launch Date : March 30, 2020

#8 Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Platform: PC Xbox One XSX November 10, 2020

Launch Date : PS4 November 10, 2020

#7 Immortals Fenyx Rising

Platform: PC PS4 PS5 Xbox One XSX Switch Stadia Amazon Luna

Launch Date : December 3, 2020

#6 Watch Canine Legion

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One Stadia 29 October 2020

Launch Date : XSX Amazon Luna 10 November 2020

PS5 12 November 2020

#5 Ghost of Tsushima

Platform: PS4

Launch Date : July 17, 2020

#4 Cyberpunk 2077

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One Stadia

Launch Date : 10 December 2020

#3 Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Platform: PS4, PS5

Launch Date : November 12, 2020

#2 Murderer's Creed Valhalla

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One XSX Stadia November 10, 2020

Launch Date : PS5 November 12, 2020

#1 Microsoft Flight Simulator

Platform: PC

Launch Date : August 18, 2020


Dragon Ballz Kakarot

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One

Launch Date : January 17, 2020

No man's sky Origins

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One

Launch Date : September 23, 2020

Want for Pace™ Sizzling Pursuit Remastered

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One 6 November 2020

Launch Date : Switch 13 November 2020

Crysis Remastered

Platform: Switch July 23, 2020

Launch Date : PC PS4 Xbox One September 18, 2020


Platform: PC April 23, 2020

Launch Date : Switch PS4 Xbox One October 15, 2020

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  1. I’d like to see a video of the history of London through Ancient London in Valhalla, Victorian London in Syndicate, and Near-future london in Legion.

  2. I love linear games but there’s nothing like losing yourself in a detailed open world to escape this chaotic one we live in just for a while

    1. @Parallax77 Let me just start off by saying I don’t know if I’m interpreting the OP’s definition of escape, and I’m probably defining what they meant exactly; I do still think it’s important to have some level of immersion — be it from the story, gameplay, or the mere expanse of the game world.

      However I never play to just leave reality, or it’s issues — I play because games are fun (obviously), and no matter the genre not only do I find fascination from the experience on an artistic standpoint, but also a technical one too (audio design, new graphical standards, world building, mechanics, etc).

      Moreover, like any other facet of life I also like the learning experience that comes with getting invested into a new game, especially a challenging one like Monster Hunter, or any FromSoft game.

      Hopefully I explained this at least half as well as I intended, it’s a lot harder putting these things into words than I thought.

    2. @Alex R correct me if I’m wrong, but would I be right in saying (just to simplify what you said) you don’t see them as an escape from circumstance but more as a way of occupying your time?

    1. @willbeonekenobi
      Those are just theories. Nobody was able to dig into the source code and find out what the game does to your save data

    2. @willbeonekenobi Depending on what religion you believe in, the reviewers can never come back to tell us how it works

  3. Mafia: Definitive Edition was a great. Agreed that the city was essentially a backdrop for the story but when you did stop to appreciate the map there was a great, detailed world to be seen. 🙂

    1. I was so disappointed with the remake. I encountered countless bugs and glitches. The world looked pretty but felt really empty in my opinion.
      Replayed Mafia 2 shortly after and was mind blown how much more detailed it is compared to the remake

    2. @Oliver Goebel Yeah the atmosphere in that game is really something else. I love the original and Mafia 2.
      Mafia 3 and the remake had their moments but were both released pretty unpolished

  4. I’m extremely surprised Valhalla got second, I love the game but I thought it was another game everyone hated but me

    1. Valhalla is fun, the story is amazing, but its so big and bloatted, so much filler. Its a game that you will play once, get an urge to play again and the remeber who big is it and that urge will go away. This a game i will replay once in like 5 years. 20 hours of awesomnes, 90+ plus hours of slog.

    2. @Badass Dragon 90 hours ? If it’s that long I might stop playing it lol I thought it was around 50 hours , otherwise I will be playing it for the next 3 months

    3. @Tasmanianscallop The main story is probably shorter, but there is a lot of filler to it, mainly pledging to various kingdoms. Play on the easiest difficulty and play the Lunden, Jorvik and Winchester arcs as soon as you can, those are really fun. Vinland is really short, but amazing if you played older games like AC3. And if you like the Isu and modern day story dont skip Valhalla arc where you play as Havi, finish it all, it really fun. By the end the story ramps up and it becomes really fun, Eivor, Sigurd and Basim are such amazing characters. Dont drop the game, but try to cut of as much fat from the story as you can

  5. Mafia was gorgeous and playing on classic mode made the experience special, even though I had to switch difficulty for one or two sections;) but not the big race!!

    1. The race sucked cause they made other drivers cheat,in the original it was much better,I enjoyed the rest of the game but,Hangar 13 should give mafia to someone who can actually make great games. Definitive edition was a let down

    2. @Shega69 lmao dude the game was amazing and you’re upset cause you couldn’t win the race get over yourself it’s a bloody game.

    3. The race is the only part that made me mad enough to put it on easy(switched back right before I passed the finish line so technically I finish the race on classic)
      Almost switched it in the barn firefight too

    1. @YX-GHOST – I mean it entirely depends on how you play and like your games. For me as an open world fan, originis, odysey and valhalla are absolutely great! While previous games were a lacking.

    2. Valhalla is getting too much hate because of bugs, but it’s still a smooth experience just some annoying progress halting bugs. It’s still an amazing game and best assassins creed in a long time.

  6. Holy crap…. if someone had a kid in 2010, those kids are now watching these videos… just like their parents before them, that’s very wholesome

    1. @DRECAPONE Oh come one, you can’t be serious. Like the game for what it is (a remaster of one of the best games ever made), but it is NOT a good “open-world game”.

    2. @BillHicks420 cuz there isn’t that much to do ? . But still brother . It’s a freaking masterpiece. <3 u don’t know how long I’ve waited for it

    1. It’s just absolutely gorgeous! I have taken more pictures through the photo mode than I care to admit. 🤣🤣🤣

      And I don’t really care for photo mode in games!


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