Want some precious alone time? Here are the 10 best singleplayer games for PC, PS4, and Xbox one you can play in 2019. Time dedicated to you is good and that’s exactly what singleplayer games are so wonderful. Making you a true hero, making you the center of everyone’s universe. The one who everyone asks for help and just can’t do things without. In some cases, the challenges might be harder than you’d imagine. But that’s exactly what being a hero is all about doing things that no one can do. It’s time for the 10 best singleplayer games for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
List of best singleplayer games for PC, PS4, and Xbox One
1. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
So just a full reinvention of an 11-year franchise then all go on Ubisoft. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey builds on the RPG elements of origins in every way. Long decision trees, dialogue choices and romance options are in this ancient Greek adventure. For the story mode, you choose Alexios or brilliant Kassandra. Ancient Greece is a sprawling beautiful playground of the murderous fun. Explore the vast open-world or in a battle to the death with Greek mythical creatures. Odyssey is a literally epic singleplayer adventure.
2. Resident Evil 2
As fabulous as the original RE2 was, there was a reason to remake. How could an ancient game get a faithful update and still feel relevant? RE2 remake proves that true survival horror is as ruthlessly compelling in 2019 as it was in the 90s. There are lots of game modes here, assuming your nerves can take it. Once you’re done with one playthrough, there’s a whole other scenario to complete.
3. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
In the post title, it really does say 2019 and yet here’s 2015 The Witcher 3 rocking up to this list. But the thing is it’s still one of the best games ever made. And if you haven’t played it, your gaming bucket list remains incomplete. Witcher 3 is a fully open-world action-adventure game. Narratively few games come close to the sweep and scale of The Witcher 3. Sidequest here whose stories put some triple-a releases to shame.
4. Hitman 2
Much like the game itself Hitman 2 didn’t make huge fans when it was released. The most recent hitman game is even better than the original. It’s still an example of everything that makes this sort of game great. Inventive, emergent, bristling with murderous imagination. Imagine one moment you’re pushing targets down holes, the next you’re dropping cars on mechanics.
5. Metro Exodus
You’d think life would get a little easier when you’re no longer stuck in the post-apocalyptic subway tunnels. But Metro Exodus is what happens when you get above ground and it’s not particularly pleasant either. This new adventure for Artyom and his fellow survivors. Taking a train across the country, no matters where you stop there are horrifying mutants to tackle and much more. In sort, Metro Exodus is an enjoyable game but sometimes it’ll painful trip through the post-apocalypse.
6. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
If this was a list of the best singleplayer games for PC ever made, I think Sekiro would have serious competition from Dark Souls. But the focus on recent releases made this an easier choice. And not only that but Sekiro is the best source board game for a more elegant that offers a purely single-player experience. There are no phantoms invading your game. And perhaps, more importantly, no jolly cooperation to help you get through the hardest bits.
7. Far cry new dawn
Why the apocalypse you ask why not far cry 5 with its culty drug-field Americana. Well, it’s not just the fact that you can raid in a sidecar with a dog and have a boar called Horatio that swings it for far cry new dawn. The endless collecting of things and taking all of the map activities. Through a genuinely beautiful bright apocalypse to explore companions and genuinely fun missions. And it’s just doesn’t matter that this is a recycled version of Hope County.
8. Devil May Cry 5
This is a game saw totally confident in its own badassery but it transcends criticism. A game with the swagger of a tuxedo, wearing hipster, roasting coffee beans inside a loafer. It’s full of things you didn’t know you wanted to do. Like beating up demons with an actual motorbike, replacing your arm and fighting monsters. It’s a breathless, brilliant enjoyable action game and an example of why Capcom should bring back their old games.
9. Yakuza 0
A good singleplayer game should keep you entertained for hours. Yakuza zero will keep you entertained for weeks. Leave you feeling like you’ve played two full-length narrative experiences. Give you a fresh enthusiasm for ream games and Japanese cuisine. It’s one of the most absurdly generous single-player games ever made. With two dense locations packed with fun distractions and two lead characters, you will absolutely love. If you never play the Yakuza game before zero is the place to start.
We’ll finish up with something a little left-field. Especially after an entry celebrating the sprawling Yakuza zero. Minit is a curious adventure game where each run lasts just 60 seconds, yes 60 actual seconds. About the same length as this entry before you die and start again. It sounds frustrating but it really isn’t. Instead, it’s a concise intelligent puzzle game with the lack of time actually enhances your enjoyment. It’s all about planning what you’re going to do with your next life. And it plays with the expectation and understanding that we felt from a lifetime spent playing games