All The Things We Learned About Gaming In 2018

The Year 2018 Was Not Less Than A Lottery For The Gaming Companies

The Year 2018 Was Not Less Than A Lottery For The Gaming Companies

We all know that games like Fortnite, PUBG, Call OF Duty: Black Ops 4, Battlefield 5 etc. was fun. Games are a work of art. Games are likewise intended to be entertaining. I'd contend that each bit of workmanship or media should be pleasant – yet there are diverse types of happiness.

It’s a lot more expensive to play a game, which can retail from anywhere from $79 to $120. Also, it takes a lot more time to play the games that are considered the essentials. Spider-Man could set you back twenty-five hours. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, an easy sixty. Red Dead Redemption, if you’re not still playing it, are you even a real gamer?

This year, about twenty-five hours and maybe a third of the way through the story of Red Dead Redemption 2, I realized that this game was not the kind of fun that I liked – and that was okay. Not everything is for everybody, and it’s about time the gaming medium caught up to that.

But we expect more in 2019 because this year the graphics of the game were not that much improved compared to 2018.

This year was also a big hit for the streamers because of these online multiplayer battle royale games.

Every gaming company was trying to defeat its rival and some gaming companies who made story games totally concentrated on online multiplayer games instead.

Games like Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, Red Dead Redemption 2, Spider-Man, Hitman 2 etc. games were not valued that much because everyone wanted to play online games.

The most successful gaming engine this year was the unreal engine because it gave the capability of playing on many platforms and even cross-platform which was not seen before this.

Epic Games might have earned in millions and billions!!