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What Game Are You Currently Playing After the Lockdown?
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1. The Outer Wilds: This is a magical and Sci-Fi game with a nice story line and some downright incredible sights that constantly draw you into one breathtaking moment after another.

2. Destiny 2: If you are into shooting then you will love the guns in Destiny 2

3. Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice: is a masterclass of atmosphere, storytelling, and the marriage of mechanical and conceptual design

4. Gears Tactics: All of the classic Gears of War gameplay is here – cover-based combat, up-close executions, e-holes, and much more – just in a more strategic form. 

5. Elder Scrolls Online: This is perhaps most awesomely, ESO is on Xbox Game Pass! It's an MMO that can be dipped in and out of at will; no need to treat it like a second job.

6. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain: This is the most ambitious entry in the Metal Gear series, both in terms of its gameplay mechanics and scattered (some might say incomplete) story.

7. Gears 5: Gears 5 loses the “of War” part of its title but absolutely none of its third-person cover-based shooter gameplay excellence. The chainsaw gun-wielding soldiers return and it’s finally time to uncover the mystery of Kait Diaz’s past and resolve the cliffhanger from the end of Gears of War 4.

8. Control: Control won IGN’s 2019 Game of the Year award for good reason: it’s an exceptional third-person action-adventure that does nearly everything right.

9. Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Assassin's Creed has essentially evolved from a stealth action-adventure to a full-blown open-world RPG, and Assassin's Creed Valhalla is perhaps the best example of its modern form yet. 

10. Grand Theft Auto V / GTA Online: Grand Theft Auto V’s sprawling, meticulously detailed map is still the high-water mark to which all other modern open-world adventures aspire. Not only is it huge, it’s impossibly dense with excellent content – and that’s not just the driving and shooting that make up its campaign, nor is it limited to the numerous side activities that could amount to a full game on their own – but one rich with all the sights, sounds, and bustling activity you'd expect to find in a city teeming with humans, seedy underbelly included.

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