What Are The Best First Person Shooters Of 2018

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What Are The Best First Person Shooters Of 2018
What Are The Best First Person Shooters Of 2018?
I thought I would have a little fun today by sharing with you what first person shooters I am looking forward to in 2018. Now to make this a little tougher on myself I am only going to pick a handful. There are at least ten games I am interested in this year, but I wanted to keep things streamlined so these are the main four first person shooter games that I am looking forward to in 2018.
Far Cry 5: I am a huge fan of the Far Cry series and I love the way that Far Cry 5 is shaping up. Set in Montana, you are taking on a crazed cult! It is very different to what we have had in the past with Far Cry. While I love the sound of the story, the fact that there is going to be so much weapon choice is what sounds really exciting. I think this is a game that many people, even folks who have ignored the Far Cry series in the past are going to get in on.
Battlefield V: While all we have to go on is rumor and innuendo, Battlefield V is coming later this year. From what we have heard, Battlefield V is going to be set during World War II. Of course, Call Of Duty WWII was a huge hit, as was the last game in this series, Battlefield 1. So I am very interested to see what Dice have in store for us with this.
Metro Exodus: I love first person shooters and I love horror, the Metro series mixes both together very, very well. I have been a fan of this series for years and this one sounds like it is going to be far more open world than the others. With the game forcing you to venture further into Russia, you have to wonder what kind of messed up creatures are going to be there!
Call Of Duty Black Ops 4: Ok so this one has not been officially announced, but there have been so many leaks, that the smart money is on this year’s COD game being Call Of Duty Black Ops 4. The Black Ops series is just so much fun like you are playing a part in a high budget action movie! I cannot wait to see what Treyarch have in store for us with this.
Two New Game Modes Added To Call Of Duty WW2
Two New Game Modes Added To Call Of Duty WW2
Ok so saying “new game modes” might be a bit of a stretch, but this is huge and awesome news for us Call Of Duty WW2 fans.
Prop Hunt and Gun Game are not part of the playlist on Call Of Duty WW2. These are two very popular game modes and Gun Game was a huge part of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare so it was kind of weird that it was not part of Call Of Duty WW2 in the first place.
Anyway, during The Resistance event, Sledgehammer Games added Prop Hunt and Gun Game as part of the playlists, but we all thought that these were just here for this event. However, they prove to be so popular that Sledgehammer Games have brought them back and now they are just back and can be enjoyed whenever we like.
This is awesome as Prop Hunt and Gun Game are both fun modes. Prop Hunt is just flat out weird, but also awesome. Gun Game is a really tense and run and gun style game mode that many people get a real kick out of (even if I suck at it) these are two modes that really do make Call Of Duty WW2 so much better.
I think that adding these not only gives us two more game modes to enjoy. But it does also show that Sledgehammer Games are more than willing to listen to what us fans want. So go and enjoy these two extra game modes….. I sure as hell know I will.
Call Of Duty WW2 May Be The Biggest Selling COD Game Of Them All
Call Of Duty WW2 May Be The Biggest Selling COD Game Of Them All
To say that Call Of Duty WW2 is a monster of a hit is a huge understatement. Despite only being released a few months before the end of the year, Call Of Duty WW2 was the biggest selling game of 2017 and that has continued all the way into 2018 and it shows no signs of slowing down.
With the Call Of Duty Resistance Pack here, more people are probably going to pick the game up. I could not find the exact sales figures for Call Of Duty WW2, however, over in the UK, it has reached a series milestone as it has spent its tenth week at the top of the UK sales chart. Not only that it has been said that it sold over 60 percent more copies than Infinite Warfare which sold over 11 million copies. If you do the math, Call Of Duty WW2 has to be at the 20 million mark at least so it is not totally unrealistic that in the next six months or so it could surpass, Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 which is the biggest selling game in the series with over 30 million copies sold.
I think the reason that this most recent COD is doing so well is all down to it not just returning to World War II. It is because it is one of the finest first person shooters of the last few years. It features an awesome campaign (that I have played through twice) a robust multiplayer mode, a fantastic zombies mode and it is going to be supported very well with DLC throughout the year. Even if you do not spend a penny on the DLC, you are still getting a ton of content for your money with just the basic package.
Sledgehammer Games deserve all the praise they are getting for Call Of Duty WW2 and it would be great for them if they manage to take the Call Of Duty sales record.
What Could Have Made The Call Of Duty WW2 Campaign Better?
What Could Have Made The Call Of Duty WW2 Campaign Even Better?

Let me start by saying I do not think the campaign is bad at all. However, I just recently played through it for the second time on Xbox One X and I wanted to share a few of my thoughts on what I feel could have been added to make the campaign even more epic.
More Pierson
The most interesting character in Call Of Duty WW2 for me was Pierson. First time I played through the campaign, I was not sure what to think about him, even after the reveal of what really happened at the Battle of Kasserine. However, I really do think that delving into his backstory a bit more, even letting us play a flashback of the Battle of Kasserine would have been great.
More Stealth
A couple of sections let you play as someone else other than Daniels. Rousseau was a very intriguing character who was a French resistance fighter who lost her husband and son at the hands of the Nazi’s. You get to play with her as she infiltrates a Nazi stronghold and the whole level is full of tension and drama. I would have loved more of this, maybe a section playing as Zuss right at the end?
More Optional Objectives
One of the things that you can do in the Call Of Duty WW2 campaign is save a fallen soldier. Some levels have two, but it is usually three that you can drag to safety (which for some reasons makes the camera go to hell). I am not saying I would have liked more of this, but more optional objectives in general. There is another mission where you can decide to kill a certain Nazi official or you can not bother. I would have liked more things like this. Blow up that truck with supplies, take down that intelligence officer, save those men and so on.
In all the Call Of Duty WW2 campaign is one of the best the series has had in a while and even playing through it a second time was a lot of fun.
Battlefield V Is Being Very Wary Of Microtransactions
Battlefield V Is Being Very Wary Of Microtransactions

In the coming weeks, we can expect to hear a lot more information about Battlefield V which is due for release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC later in 2018. It is set during World War II and from what I have recently read, will be a kind of sequel to the awesome Battlefield 1 which sounds very interesting to me.
Well, we all know what happened with Star Wars Battlefront II on the Microtransactions front. Battlefront II was also made by Dice and put out by EA so many gamers, were understandably worried that Battlefield V may have a loot box system that is unfair or maybe some kind of pay to win system which Star Wars Battlefront II certainly had.
Star Wars Battlefront II is actually a fine game, there is a lot of good in it, but the damage is now done and the black mark next to its name will never be erased. Not only that, it put a really dark light on the whole industry.
Battlefield V though is not going the Star Wars Battlefront II route thankfully.
“No one’s gonna do any pay-to-win stuff anymore,” one person close to the next Battlefield told me recently. “We didn’t take any of the loot box controversy lightly.”
That is a direct quote and I have also since learned that any loot boxes that are going to be in Battlefield V will be for cosmetic items only. I like this and think it is a good way to go about loot boxes. Taking the way Overwatch handles their loot boxes is a good way to go if you ask me and it sounds like that is the kind of thing that Dice are looking to do with Battlefield V.