The 20 best open-world games

When you want to play a big adventure at your own pace, then you’ll want one of the best open world games. While most games force you to follow a linear path from one level to the next, open-world titles let you roam anywhere you want, pursuing the plot at your own pace and discovering tons of valuable side activities. The bad open-world games are tedious and repetitive; the good ones give you an incredible sense of freedom and discovery.

While open-world games have been around since the ’80s, we now have the tools to make the settings come alive. We can explore fully populated cities, travel across miles of varied terrain and undertake hundreds of unique quests. Since it can be a bit tough to track down older systems, we’ve restricted this list to games you can play on modern PCs and consoles.

Read on to discover the best open-world games on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.

(Image credit: Ubisoft)

1. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

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