1. Call of Duty: Mobile
Do we even need to describe Call of Duty? Call of Duty: Mobile is a franchise, and as soon as the game was released for mobile, it was a success. The realistic graphics are an important part of it, but credit must also be given to the game's features. Multiple game modes to choose from, each with a unique twist on familiar gameplay. From weapons and reloads you can customize to unlock achievements, there's a lot to like about Call of Duty: Mobile. If you haven't joined millions of players yet, now is the best time to do it!
Asphalt 9: Legends
Metal Madness PvP
Left to Survive
First, there's solo and 2v2 PvP. That's right, when the apocalypse hits, people often turn against each other, so if mindless zombies are too boring for you, other players will surely make you fight for survival.
And second: aerial missions. Shooting enemies from a helicopter is a nice change of pace, moreover, it's really satisfying, if we have to be honest. As promised, all that in highly detailed graphics.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades
You can clear dungeons from monsters, collect loot and, of course, complete quests. This game also has a PvP mode where you can fight against other players in the arena. Either way, if you want adventure in a beautiful setting, Elder Scrolls: Blades is the right choice.
Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade
Shoot enemies with machine guns or fight them in close combat with giant mechanical swords, the choice is yours. The gameplay is simplified, movements are performed automatically so you can focus on using your weapon as efficiently as possible.
As expected, there are plenty of upgrade and customization options available to unlock and equip if you have the resources to do so. If you are a fan of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, you should definitely give this game a try.
ARK: Evolutionary Survival
You don't have to do everything alone, however, you can always find people with similar interests and join a tribe. Together, you can adventure in the beautifully crafted environment where there are many secrets waiting for you to discover.
You can quickly let you know you're in PC territory just by seeing that there are minimum and recommended chips for this game. But even if you have a flagship phone, there are a few things you should know before getting too excited.
Iron Blade: Medieval Legendary RPG
And while many games of that kind exist for smartphones, a few of them look as good as Iron Blade. The levels are huge and the change between different environments keeps the game from getting boring. As you level up, you'll learn new skills and gain access to more powerful weapons, which you'll need to defeat bosses.
The game also has a PvP element where you are in charge of your own castle and must defend it from invading forces of other players. That's not all the hacks and slashes in Iron Blade!
Mobile Black Desert
Last but not least, we have the MMORPG for you. Black Desert has incredible graphics with a huge emphasis on breathtaking skill effects that make battles epic even when only a handful of enemies are involved. You can choose between five classes, each with a unique fighting style and skill.
You will have to work hard to get the experience needed to unlock the most powerful skills and get quality equipment since you start with almost nothing. With many other players roaming around the world, you can make new friends or simply team up to complete a quest or two faster.