The Most Massive Video Games in History

Are you tired of the multiplayer games that have the same objectives again and again? Do you feel that some single-player games are too short and confine you in a small world? Well, here are massive games that will eat up weeks of your free time. Just make sure to get some sunshine occasionally.

Divinity: Original Sin II (2017)

What makes most RPGs like this massive are not only the extra content but the complex worldbuilding and lore. Add to that its local and online multiplayer mode in addition to the single-player content.

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (2002)

Nearly all the Elder Scrolls games are massive. Some people say that this is even more massive than Skyrim. Set on Vvardenfell island on the Tamriel continent, the main story focuses on the conflict between a god with his cult and a triumvirate called the Tribunal.

Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn (2000)

If you include the expansion, you’ll be spending hours on this well-crafted RPG which is set in the Forgotten Realms. Everything you love about the fantasy genre is here.

Xenoblade Chronicles X (2015)

If you haven’t played the first game in the series, don’t worry because this covers a different story. The previous installment was massive but this one has more content because you’ll be exploring five continents. Yes, five.

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (2008)

Most of the Monster Hunter titles can take a lot of time to complete but this (or Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate) takes the cake because it is an expansion of the Monster Hunter Freedom 2 game.

Persona 5 (2016)

How about game that aren’t set in a fantasy world? Not only does Persona 5 have a dungeon crawling and RPG elements, but social simulation can also eat up hours of your play time. If that isn’t impressive, then think about how the Persona series is just part of an even bigger series with several sub-series and spinoffs.

Fallout 4 (2015)

For fans of the post-apocalyptic RPG series, there are still a lot of surprises in store in this installment. It features more customizations, weapon modifications, lots of side quests, and even building construction.

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)

The previous GTA titles were also massive but this games has certainly more content to explore because areas are accessible from the beginning. You also control three protagonists and can enjoy various activities.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011)

The main quest involves the task of defeating a dragon prophesied to destroy the world, but with a massive world like Skyrim, why do the main quest at all. There are a lot of NPCs to meet, items to collect, and areas to explore. You haven’t played Skyrim if you don’t just wander around for hours aimlessly.

AdVenture Capitalist (2014)

You start off with a single investment and make it grow to earn more. As you get richer, you also get to invest in two other areas besides Earth. If a game lets you play on more than one planet, then expect it to be massive.

The Witcher III: Wild Hunt (2015)

As Geralt’s last adventure, expect this to be massive. It is even said that the DLCs alone are huge, let alone the main game.

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