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Games You Should Play If You Loved Immortals Fenyx Rising

Ubisoft has gifted gamers with a trio of open-world adventures in 2020.

The publisher/developer transported clever hackers to a dystopian version of London in Watch Dogs: Legion. Gamers enamored with the brutal lifestyle of the Vikings can play out their historic experiences within Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. And for those who enjoy the mythical struggles attached to Greek mythology, Immortals: Fenyx Rising is the perfect game.

Critics have responded kindly to Immortals: Fenyx Rising thanks to its open-ended combat mechanics, large selection of puzzles, and wonderfully animated open world. If you appreciated the game as much as the critics who reviewed it, then you have even more content to look forward to in the form of upcoming expansions. And if you've already completed the action-packed and quite humorous journey of Fenyx, there are a few games out there that can entertain you while you wait for even more Immortals: Fenyx Rising content.

The three games mentioned on this list are certainly worth your time.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Ever since Link's massive open-world triumph launched on the Switch, other game developers have tried their hand at replicating its fulfilling experience. 

Immortals: Fenyx Rising clearly has several comparisons to Nintendo's latest Legend of Zelda release. If you've already given Ubisoft's take on the Breath of the Wild formula a spin and have never played the Switch exclusive, now's the perfect time to do so.

The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild takes you on a grand crusade against Calamity Ganon as Link, who must set out to obtain all manner of gear and assorted items in an effort to gain strength. During your trek across the varied environments of Hyrule, you'll interact with a host of likable companions, activate towers/shrines that reveal more of the game's open world, and solve all sorts of tricky puzzles. With your trusty horse Epona by your side, you'll navigate every corner of Link's world and be treated to all sorts of unexpected wonders.

Breath of the Wild is an enjoyable open-world romp that stands out as one of Link's finest adventures to date.

Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact is clearly inspired by Breath of the Wild in a variety of ways. And seeing as how miHoYo's open-world RPG also offers up an experience comparable to Immortals: Fenyx Rising, you should definitely give it a go.

Genshin Impact's art style will floor you with its Japanese anime sheen. Its world is massive and full of activities to stay busy with. You'll clash with all sorts of enemies big and small, collect a wide swath of sweet loot, cook up delicious delicacies, and discover hidden locations. Dungeons are placed all over the game's huge map, which means you can hop in and use them to further strengthen your party of warriors.

The price of admission for this engrossing adventure is free. The game employs a gacha system that gifts you with new characters, gear, and other items if you're willing to spend the digital currency to earn them. Even with its free-to-play monetization mechanics, Genshin Impact gives you hours of entertainment for free and doesn't shove its paid DLC in your face all the while.

Genshin Impact is one of 2020's surprise gaming successes and a release that will get even better over time.

The Pathless

The Pathless employs a darker art style that reflects the corrupted state of its world.

You play as the Hunter, who relies on her masterful archery skills and trusty eagle to maneuver around it. She can also tap into her swift dashing skills to move at a frantic space as she looks to lift the curse that harms the island she inhabits. The Hunter can gradually upgrade her helpful eagle, who she must protect from invincible cursed spirits that attempt to break their bond. Stealth is the name of the game when it comes to avoiding their grasp.

As an action-adventure game, The Pathless excels in all the areas that matter. Its visuals shine, its focus on fast-paced maneuvering is a joy, and its high-octane enemy encounters add that extra dosage of excitement for fans of the genre.

Once you've taken down a collection of mythological Greek beasts in Immortals: Fenyx Rising, feel free to pay a visit to The Pathless' cursed forest for even more climactic battles.