Although virtuality has always been part of some people’s entertainment, After the pandemic, the web became the main and indispensable tool for the vast majority of users, especially when it comes to video games. Here, a list of the most popular and used by Internet users.
This game on-line It consists of fighting against opponents in a strategic war. It is a digital version of Hasbro and what is most striking is that there can be several players involved in the same game.
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‘Fortnite’ consists of the participants being dropped on a map in which they will have to compete to be the last one standing, while killing all the other rivals. ‘Fortnite’ allows up to 100 users to participate in the same game.
‘Duck Game’, which was one of the most popular video games during the covid-19 pandemic, consists of clash through different types of creative weapons with rivals in a 2D arena. It should be noted that this audiovisual product has a multiplayer mode for up to four people.
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It is a third-person science fiction game and consists of completing a series of missions, while running away and shooting at opponents. ‘Warframe’ is completely free and available on PS4, Xbox, One, Switch and PC.
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‘Remnant: From the Ashes’
It is an action and role-playing game in which you will have to survive different obstacles that you will find on your journey through four different worlds, with the help of the so-called dimension stone. It is designed in third person for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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KAROL TATIANA RODRIGUEZ SORACÁ
Writing THE TIME