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Survival and open world games go hand in hand in many ways. If you’re looking for some to find on the Xbox One, we’ve got 15 for you!
We promised on a previous list that every time we made a survival list, we had to have it Minecraft on that we would put it at the end of the list. Lo and behold, we keep our promises!
Please don’t think that we are unnecessarily beating up the game. We don’t attack it. We only point out an important part of its composition. Yes, Minecraft has a survival mode, but how many of you out there play that mode? How many of you would instead just build things in-game or go to one of the locked worlds and adventure there?
We thought so. The public prosecutor’s office is resting.
#14 Crazy Max
That crazy max Movies have had a loyal following for decades, and their foray into video games is just as action-packed and adventure-packed. You play as Max, who is in search of a potential oasis in the wasteland of the world. But getting to this sacred place will not be easy as you will have to deal with the threats that want you and your vehicle.
Travel through the harsh landscapes in your vehicle and slowly equip it to take on any enemy. Build the ultimate attack car and make sure you reach your goal. Can we get a witness?
#13 Dying Light 2 Stay human
in the Dying Light 2 Stay Human, You will survive on two different fronts. First you will weather the place known as The City. Here several factions fight for power and you must help some of them to ensure the success of your personal mission. How you help them and whether you help them affects the entire city and its dynamics.
The other way to survive in the game is not to turn into a zombie. No, not just because zombies are everywhere. Instead, it’s because you’ve already been infected. So you have to be vigilant when going out at night or slowly turning into a monster.
#12 Far Cry 6
That Distant scream It was almost always about survival. Whether on an island, high in the mountains, or in the woods of Montana, getting out of the story alive is always a challenge. Far cry 6 is no different. In this title, you play as a freedom fighter trying to take down the oppressive regime led by a man who is trying to mold his son into the country’s next great dictator.
Together with your allies you work to paralyze the kingdom of rulers. Take out their supplies, communications, leaders and finally the chief honcho.
Use different weapons and complete all kinds of missions to free the nation from tyranny.
#11 Conan Exiles
If you want to participate in a survival game that you can participate in with others, get yourself Conan in exile. Here you will be spared from death by none other than Conan The Barbarian. But his help ends there. Now alone and alive, you journey through harsh lands where only the strong survive.
That’s because there’s more to tackling than just the elements. Your character must be strong to face the beasts of the region and the supernatural threats that may come your way.
Work alone to survive or build a new home together with other players to make sure nothing defeats you.
#10 Outer Wilds
Not to be confused with Obsidian Entertainment’s RPG, Outer Wilds is a survival game where you die but after that you will be fine. You are stuck in a solar system caught in a time warp. So each cycle you’ll venture into the wilds of space, exploring planets and getting clues to figure out what’s happening.
The worlds you visit will be diverse and full of different things and events to see and explore. Dangers lurk there too, so be aware of your surroundings. Can you solve the mystery behind the time warp? Get in and find out!
#9 Nobody’s Heaven
It’s easy to choose Nobody’s heaven Developer Hello Games because the title launched and was immediately torn apart by critics and fans. But now the team has turned the game into a fun survival title. So if you’re ready to give it a second chance, or waited for it to get better before trying it, here you are.
You will explore a vast universe with millions upon millions of planets to visit. What you find depends on the planet. You can explore it on foot or zoom around on your ship! Also, you can finally enjoy the game in multiplayer mode and explore the universe with friends!
#8 State of Decay 2
While waiting for an update on the third game, state of decay 2 still has a lot to offer the players. However, you will not be the only survivor, but a leader of the in-game community. Your job is to keep everyone as safe as possible in the zombie-infested world you live in.
Your decisions affect the whole party, not just yourself. You must decide how to build your community, whether to recruit additional survivors if they are found, who to send on supply runs, etc.
In addition, when the zombies come, you must choose people to fight against them. When they die, they’re gone forever. So choose wisely and help them all survive.
#7 Metro Exodus
That metro Saga tells an ongoing story of survivors in Russia trying to endure the harsh landscapes brought on by war and the monsters that travel with them.
But in Metro Exodus, the search for a new home finally begins. You play as a ranger leading a group on a steam train to the eastern part of their homeland. The goal is to find a new place to live and bring the other survivors there.
Use what you find on your journey to craft new items and weapons. The wilderness of Russia may be beautiful, but it is fraught with danger. Don’t let them fool you, otherwise you could all get killed.
#6 Fallout 4
War War never changes. But the way we play these wars, yes. failure 4 is one of the best entries in the mainline series and helped expand the post-apocalyptic world in ways the others could not.
You play as a Vault survivor in search of his kidnapped son. As the world is in its sad state, this will not be easy. You have to trek through the desert landscape and fight against mutants and monsters. Take on quests along the way to hone your skills and craft weapons out of almost anything to aid you in battle.
You can even build the new world to be as stylish as you like. When the fifth mainline game finally arrives, why not dive into its predecessor?
#5 Subnautica Series
That subnautica The series puts you in two different survival scenarios that focus on one important change from the default setting: you won’t be on land. Instead, you will survive underwater.
In both games, you find yourself in an alien world and must face the challenges of surviving in the depths and learning more about the world itself. From the moment the game starts you are in survival mode. First, find technology scattered across the waters to build yourself a self-contained home. Then delve deeper and learn about the world’s creatures and their habitats.
Be careful. Not all creatures are friendly. Don’t let the water be your grave.
#4 ARK: Survival Evolved
If you want a chance to be at “ground zero” and “work your way up the ladder of survival,” then give it a try ARK: Survival Evolved. First, the game puts you on an island without your name. From there, scour the island for materials that you can use to craft clothes, weapons, or whatever else you need.
Just be ready because you are not alone on this island. It is inhabited not only by a variety of beasts, but also by other players. Threats can come from all sides, so build your technology to be the ultimate survivor and fighter.
Oh, and this island has dinosaurs that you can tame. So do that and then ride them into battle!
#3 My War: Final Cut
As our world currently shows, surviving a war is not an easy task. Unfortunately, video games often try to downplay the true horrors of war by making you the hero of the story. But in This War of Mine: Final Cut, you get a different view of the war. A view not from the front, but from the perspective of the prisoners of war.
You will be an innocent bystander in a war zone trying to get through every day. You must repair the house you found, feed yourself and your fellow survivors or heal them if they are injured.
Every day brings struggle and the potential for pain and loss. How long you last depends as much on the luck of the draw as on your effort.
#2 7 days to death
While our final game is the ultimate solo survival experience, 7 days to die is arguably the best multiplayer survival experience out there.
The massively multiplayer survival title puts you in a vast area where anything can be a danger to you if you let it. How you survive is up to you, but make sure you make progress to survive. First, look around for supplies and resources to use. Then craft what you need and fend off anyone or anything that tries to take you down.
Will you be able to survive everything that is in this world? You’ll have to dive into the game to find out.
#1 The Long Darkness
Although there are many games we could have put at the top, The long dark is the best representation of the survival genre. Why? Because unlike many other games, this is about survival. It’s all about you against nature and if you can withstand your brutality.
You’ll have to monitor your character as you journey through the frozen wilderness you crashed into and make sure you’re okay from top to bottom. First you need to find food to keep your energy up. Then you need to make a fire to stay warm. Come in addition; You must build a shelter, craft tools to repel wildlife, and more.
If you die in this game, you start over. So try not to die