Action 14 January 2020
The Darwin Project is a third-person Battle Royale-like action game developed by Scavengers. The game takes us to the post-apocalyptic Canada, whose citizens have to face the impending ice age. As a preparation before the cataclysm, incapacitated convicts are ordered to take part in a fight to death in order to find the master of survival. The Darwin Project, just like other similar games, takes place on a big arena where players fight each other until only one of them is left alive. Each playable character has their own unique abilities, strengths and weaknesses. The environment in which the game takes place can be as hostile (or even more) as other players. The Darwin Project uses the Microsoft's Mixer streaming system which allows the viewers to influence the outcome of the game by, for example, giving their favorite player a shield.
Fortnite: Battle Royale
Action 26 September 2017
Fortnite: Battle Royale is a free-to-play multiplayer action game developed by Epic Games. The game is based on the battle royale formula and is similar to e.g. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. A hundred players are transported onto an island with almost nothing in their inventory. The player is tasked with finding or looting weapons, traps, and other pieces of gear. The game offers the players much leeway - one can run around and shoot as much as they like, nonetheless, one can also assume the stealthy approach, hide in an appropriate spot and eliminate the foes with a sniper rifle. Additionally, one can acquire more resources from buildings, trees, etc. and use them to construct numerous objects such as stairs, covers, and bridges. The only objective the player is tasked with is staying alive until the end of a match. This task is even more difficult due to the fact that the battlefield shrinks continuously. The game is based on Unreal Engine technology, also used in the production processes of such games as Final Fantasy VII Remake and Tekken 7.
Action 04 February 2019
A free-to-play online FPP battle royale shooter, set in the futuristic universe of the Titanfall series. Respawn Entertainment studio developed the game, and the publisher is Electronic Arts.
Action 20 December 2017
An online shooter with elements of survival, focusing on a Battle Royale type of competition (the last man standing wins). Playerunkown’s Battlegrounds is a game from the developers of TERA MMO and the creator of Battle Royale mods for Arma II and Arma III. The rules of the game are simple: a large number of players are put together in a big closed location with only one mission – to eliminate everyone else. A game ends when there is only one player left alive. Participants start off completely unarmed, so the first phase is basically a race for the best weapon. Players can make use of various kinds of traps, and the game offers much freedom when it comes to choosing the methods of eliminating enemies. An extra help for that comes from a simple crafting system, which lets you construct items from gathered resources. Playerunkown’s Battlegrounds’ fast-paced gameplay is further increased by the fact that the map is gradually getting smaller, making confrontations between players more frequent.
Action 20 November 2018
Another entry in the series of first-person shooters developed by DICE. Battlefield V takes place during the World War II. In addition to a single player story campaign, the game features an advanced multiplayer mode.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Action 21 August 2012
The next installment in a cult online fist person shooter series, which originated in the early 2000's as a Half-Life modification. This game was created by Valve Corporation, who purchased the rights to the massively popular mod and later developed its commercial editions. The core gameplay is built upon competition between two teams of players: terrorists and counter-terrorists. Eliminating opponents is rewarded with cash, which can be spent on new gear and weapons. There are four main game modes: Arm Race, Demolition, and two tournament varieties. The authors did not try to revolutionize the classic gameplay mechanics, mostly focusing on visual improvements to match modern standards. Most of the in-game maps are based on the original ones, and most of the changes relate do weaponry.
Garena Free Fire
Action 01 October 2017
A mobile multiplayer shooter belonging to the popular battle royale sub-genre. The game is about fighting, and the clashes take place on increasingly shrinking maps. Up to 50 people can take part in each game at the same time. The game was released in a free-to-play model. Garena International is responsible for its creation.
Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII
Action 12 October 2018
Another entry in the Call of Duty series and the fourth entry in the Black Ops sub-series. It was developed by Treyarch. Contrary to the previous installments, Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII lacks a single player campaign. Instead, the developers introduced a battle royale multiplayer mode called the Blackout.
Call of Duty: Mobile
Action 01 October 2019
Call of Duty: Mobile is a network FPS using the free-to-play model. The game plays in a mobile format the most important modes and maps from the main page views of the brand. There were also some well-known heroes and weapons.
PUBG Lite is a free-to-play version of the Playerunknown's Battlegrounds online shooter, which made Battle Royale mode popular. This release has been adapted to lower specification PCs and has lower hardware requirements.
Z1 Battle Royale
Action 28 February 2018
An MMO shooter with survival elements, set in a world after a zombie outbreak, developed by the Daybreak Game Company studio. The title is one of the two alternative versions of the survival sandbox game formerly known as H1Z1 that was divided into two independent productions during the early access stage. Unlike H1Z1: Just Survive, that remained faithful to the developers' original concept, H1Z1: King of the Kill focuses on dynamic action and players competing in one of several PvP modes, spearheaded by the Battle Royale mode, well-known from the original game. The game features also some elements of survival: before the struggle begins the players get a little time to gather resources and create equipment that they will use to fight their opponents. However, in contrast to the original game these elements were marginalized.
Action 12 April 2012
A multiplayer free-to-play shooter, developed by Crytek. The game takes the player to a futuristic battlefield, where they assume the role of a soldier representing one of the four available classes: Medic, Engineer, Sniper, and Rifleman. The key to success is to use the full potential offered by the unique class abilities. Warface delivers a number of game modes – players can enjoy multiple PvP modes (solo and team Deathmatch, Storm, Plant the Bomb), as well as PvE modes, in which one has to force his way through a city overrun by enemy troops controlled by the AI. To top it all, the game also features a Special Operations mode, in which the players have to stand their ground against numerous waves of enemies. Warface draws its inspirations from other games developed by Crytek – it is powered by the CryEngine 3 technology; the characters are extremely mobile and can quickly adapt. In comparison to similar games, Warface stands out in terms of visual quality.
World War 3
An online free-to-play first-person shooter developed by The Farm 51, a Polish studio known for such titles as Painkiller: Hell & Damnation, Deadfall Adventures, or Get Even. World War 3 was created with cooperation of military specialists and is a commercial continuation of the project implemented at the commission of the OBRUM facility, which is associated with Polski Holding Obronny (Polish Defense Holding). In the game, we assume the role of soldiers fighting in the eponymous fictional conflict, while the action takes place in such locations as Paris, London, or Berlin. Battles are fought in PvPvE mode in which the players not only compete against each other but also have to perform tasks prepared by the developers. An emphasis was put on cooperation between the players, so a sharp eye and the ability to plan and cooperate within a team are equally important.
Realm Royale is a multiplayer action game that takes an unusual approach to the battle royale genre. The game uses a free-to-play distribution model. More than twenty groups of four people are competing in matches that last until only one group remains alive. The game strongly emphasizes crafting.
Ring of Elysium
Action 24 June 2019
Ring of Elysium is a third-person shooter that enables us to take part in battle royale matches, in which a hundred players land on an empty island and fight with each other until there is only a single player left standing. The game contains a realistic physics engine and the ability to destroy objects and buildings.
Dying Light: Bad Blood
Dying Light: Bad Blood is a battle royale, PvP expansion to the open-world game published in 2015, in which zombies play the main role. The title was developed by Techland from Poland, the creators of e.g. Dead Island.
Continuation of one of the most popular chain shooters. This time the production offers not only multiplayer, but also a feature campaign created by Remedy Entertainment studio, known among others from Quantum Break and the first two parts of the Max Payne series.
Action 03 December 2019
A multiplayer battle royale shooter game. In Cuisine Royale, thirty players fight for survival on a large map, using everything they can find, from firearms to colanders, woks, and waffle makers.
Action 14 November 2017
Knives Out is a mobile Battle Royale game similar to popular titles like Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite. It was developed by NetEaseGames.
Action 20 March 2018
The younger sibling of the renowned console and PC production - Playerunknown's Battlegrounds. The gameplay is carried out on the basis of the standard battle royale rule set – one hundred players are thrown into the fray, and they fight for survival on a large island. There can only be one winner.
Fear the Wolves
Action 06 February 2019
A multiplayer first-person battle royale shooter. Fear the Wolves was developed by Vostok Games and it takes the players near the nuclear plant in Chernobyl. There, one hundred players are fighting for survival by using weapons and gadgets obtained on the map.
VALHALL is a battle royale for 50 players, which takes place in the Middle Ages, and players have the opportunity to take on the role of Vikings fighting for Odin's famous weapon, able to protect the world from the approaching Ragnarok.
A representative of the battle royale genre, enriched with RPG elements. In Spellbreak, players take part in dynamic battles as magicians with elemental powers.
Mushrooms: Forest Walker
A mushroom picking simulator that turns this seemingly idyllic hobby into a real fight for survival. In the game you will find four heroes with different abilities, five different, vast locations and several hundred species of mushrooms to collect. The production was developed by the Polish company SimFabric.
Action June 2020
Add-on to DayZ, introducing the original battle royale mode to this production. The work refers to the title of the famous mod to the shooter Arma II. The authors of the basic version of the game, the Czech Bohemia Interactive studio, are responsible for its creation.
Multiplier battle royale shooter from Housemarque studio - author of such games as Resogun, Nex Machina: Death Machine or Alienation. Stormdivers takes us to an island controlled by violent storms, where we struggle to death and live with other players.