‘Fallout’ is one of those video games that do not disappoint. It was created by interplay entertainment and later acquired by Bethesda Softworks, which owns the license to all the ‘Fallout’ games. ‘Fallout’ laid down the foundation for post-apocalyptic role-playing games, and it hasn’t been altered much since. It’s sterner in tone to any of the later entries, however, it does discover time for some fun. If action and dystopia are your prerequisites for a first-rate first-person shooter game, then you have probably played ‘Fallout’. Here is the list of video games similar to Fallout that are our recommendations. You can play these games like Fallout for ps4, mac, Xbox One, android, iphone or even online.
16. Metro: Exodus (2019)
Metro: Exodus is the third game in the series that is based on bestselling books by Dmitry Glukhovsky. While the first two titles focused heavily on the indoors survival gameplay, things have changed a lot in the third installment that came out earlier this year. Gone are the days when you would have to use bullets as currency. Now you can simply craft everything you need, and all of the resourced you would want are available in plenty. The gameplay is as superb as ever, and the move to the open world areas was welcome change despite initial concerns by fans. Unlike other drab open world games which do not offer much in terms of personality, Metro’s four major open world areas are diverse, and you will get drawn into the side quests fairly easily. One of the biggest gripes with the series is that the main protagonist Artyom does not speak at all. We were hoping that would change with Exodus, but it did not, else it would definitely be a much more immersive experience.
15. Borderlands 3 (2019)
Borderlands is the number one franchise when it comes to loot shooters, and after years of waiting, we are finally getting to play Borderlands 3. Gearbox just dropped a teaser, and a gameplay trailer and more information on the release will be out on April 2. The gameplay looks absolutely phenomenal and on par with what you would expect from a great Borderlands game. Unlike other looter games like Destiny and Warframe, Borderlands is a pure co-op experience, and you would want to bring your friends along for the ride. We are getting new villains and over a billion guns! Yes, you read that right – a billion. Sounds crazy right? Even though players were initially concerned about the game going the battle royale route and following the footsteps of games like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, it won’t be happening. If you want a co-op game that you can sink hundreds of hours into, this is definitely a great choice.
14. Rage 2 (2019)
Rage is one of the most fun RPGs in existence, and we were stunned when the Rage 2 announcement dropped out of nowhere. The game mixes multiple genres and has a fair bit of racing too. The Road Rage game mode is perfect for those looking for thrills. The campaign itself is quite lengthy, and you can expect to spend over 20 hours very easily. There is plenty to explore in the world of Rage and going by what we have seen so far from Bethesda’s promos; there is a lot of fun stuff coming our way. The game is coming out in May 2019, and we definitely have our hopes up for the franchise and expect the sequel to be just as good as the first title which came out 8 years ago. The game feels like a mix of Fallout and Mad Max and is definitely one of the unique RPGs out there.
13. The Last of Us 2 (2019)