Best FPS Arena Games of 2019
Best FPS Arena Games of 2019
For the Arena FPS fan these are the games which make the grade in 2019. Arena FPS games differ from your average FPS in that they focus more on dodging and aerial combat, with a lot more vertical space to move in, and although the trend is moving away from arena shooters they still have a huge die hard following due to their high intensity action and fun. You should check out our Best FPS eSports Games.
1.Unreal Tournament. No 2019 list of Arena FPS would be complete without starting with the upcoming and most recent of the epic series of the Unreal Tournament franchise. With the best graphics yet and superb gameplay this will blow your mind and with characteristically fast action this game is set to break records and will satisfy the long term UT fans, which are legion! On top of the game itself there is an amazing community of people that surround the game, producing content and helping with tips and advice, so if you’re somehow new to this franchise get involved with the community as well as the game, you will not regret it!
2.League of Legends. With fast and intense strategic team play this was one of the first multiplayer online battle arena games and still one of the best. This one is free to play and Riot Games have done a sterling job of maintaining an active community as well as keeping the game updates regular. With a great choice of Champions to play as and a good section of weaponry to choose from, you will find it hard to put this one down, oh and did we say it was free! You can also buy additional Champions to play as, but with or without these fun add ons the game stands alone as a great experience.
3. Heroes of Newarth. Although you might sometimes have difficulty in distinguishing the good guys from the bad guys in this great multiplayer online battle arena you will have no problems in becoming quite addicted to this one. It’s a highly competitive game and you will be up against some very stiff competition but if you’re FPS skills are up to par, you will have a field day with over 50,000 people online at any one time! This game has somehow received too little critical acclaim, but the players have something very different to say. To gain experience in this game you need to kill creeps who are released from towers at an increasing rate, who also inhabit the central woodlands area of the map. And with over 120 playable heroes you will find this game as intricate as it is compelling.
4. Quake Champions. Fast and fluid this series never ceases to amaze. The weaponry is what you’d expect from the franchise – super charged and in your face! The gameplay is rapid to say the least, but if you step into that arena you are in for a ride and you will either live or die trying! The graphics, compared with the older releases are a step in the right direction although still not as good as they might be, however the action and the gun play more than make up for this. Despite its evolution, Quake Champions manages to retain the iconically savage and brutal experience some gamers will remember from the 1990s when the first Quake game emerged unto a public whose jaws simply dropped.