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Top 5 Best FPS games For PC,PS3,XBOX 2014

Updated on September 21, 2014
First Person Shooter Games
First Person Shooter Games

Are you fan of first-person shooter games (FPS games)? Me too! I love these games because they're so action-packed and entertaining: the variety of arenas, weapons, levels, and enemies keeps the gameplay interesting. They're even more fun to play in multi-player mode.

Call of Duty is perhaps the top FPS game - which is not surprising since they've been at it since the 90s. My personal favorite is Call of Duty Black Ops, though others may prefer COD Zombies or COD Ghosts, which add a bit more strategy to the game. If you want to find more great FPS games, read on to discover the five best alternatives for Call of Duty.

#5 Bioshock Infinite

Developed by Irrational Games, Bioshock Infinite was released for PS3, PC, and Xbox on March 26, 2013. The third entry into the Bioshock series, this is the latest and best FPS game.

Set at the turn of the century, the game's protagonist Booker DeWitt is a Pinkerton agent sent to the floating, steampunk city of Columbia on a mission that gets him caught up between the city's warring factions: the city's power elite and the underground rebels, who are fighting for the city's poor and racial minorities. The game's commentary on politics, especially its reference to the Occupy movement, has made it one of the most talked-about games of the last two years.

This game won 85 pre-release awards from various organisations after its premiere at the E3 conference and sold a record 3.5 million copies within two months of its release.

#4 Halo 5: Guardians

Halo 5 : Guardians
Halo 5 : Guardians

Halo is also one of the best and longest-running FPS series. Their most recent game is Halo: Spartan Assault, which was released on April 4, 2014.

The main plot of the series centers on an interstellar war between humans and the Covenant, an alliance of aliens, led by a religious council called the Prophets. The Covenant worships an ancient civilization known as the Forerunners, who were destroyed by a parasitic alien life form, known as Flood. The gameplay focuses on the character of Master Chief John-117, who belongs to a group of elite soldiers called Spartans, and his companion Cortana, who is a form of artificial intelligence. The term "Halo" refers to the large, habitable structures that were left by the Forerunners and that have the potential to end all life.

This game has beautiful arenas and also offers multi-player mode. This latest game hit a record with 1 million in sales within 24 hours of its release.

#3 Ghost Recon

Released in April 2012, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is the fifth major installment in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series and is one of the best FPS games for the computer and is a great alternative to Call of Duty.

In the game, the player is in charge of a Special Forces squad stationed in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. They are called "Ghosts" because their operations are kept highly classified. Ghost Recon: Future Soldier offers a futuristic take on the series and has campaigns in Norway, Pakistan, Russia, and Nigeria.


#2 Medal of Honour

Developed by Electronic Arts, one of the leading game development companies in the world, Medal of Honour is an FPS game set during World War II. Originally, the game focused on the workings of the Office of Strategic Service, the American precursor to the CIA, but quickly shifted to emphasizing frontline combat. Recent games have moved up in time also to focus on modern warfare. The games have also incorporated more open world elements, to allow for a greater degree of flexibility in play.


#1 Battlefield (Series)

Battlefield is easily one of the greatest FPS games ever made. Also developed by Electronic Arts, it was first released around the same time Call of Duty came onto the market. Its most recent entry is Battlefield 4, which was released on October 29, 2013. Unlike other FPS games, this game focuses on multiplayer online battles, which make teamwork a central component of the game. Games are first released for Windows, but later spread for other platforms.

Battlefield 4 Gameplay

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