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20 Battle Royale Games You can Play Right Now on PC

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Fortnite

PUBG

Ring of Elysium

H1Z1

The Culling: Origins

Battlerite Royale

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Dying Light: Bad Blood

Last Tide

Fear the Wolves

Realm Royale

Islands of Nyne

Radical Heights

Survival Games: Battle Royale

Egress

GTA Online: Motor Wars

Ark: Survival of the Fittest – The one with dinosaurs

SOS battle royale

Darwin Project

Fractured Lands

Battle royale games are played between a large number of individual players, or a number of small squads (typically up to four or five players). In each match, the goal is to be the last player or team standing by eliminating all other opponents. A match starts by placing the player-characters into a large map space, typically by having all players skydive from a large aircraft within a brief time limit. The map may have random distribution or allow players to have some control of where they start. All players start with minimal equipment, giving no player an implicit advantage at the onset. Equipment, usually used for combat, survival or transport is randomly scattered around the map, often at landmarks on the map, such as within buildings in ghost towns. Players need to search the map for these items while avoid being killed by other players, who cannot be visually marked or distinguishable either on-screen or on the map, requiring the player to solely use his/her own eyes and ears to deduce their positions. Equipment from eliminated players can usually be looted as well. These games often include some mechanic to push opponents closer together as the game progresses, usually taking the form of a gradually shrinking safe zone (players outside of the zone are slowly damaged or killed). Typically, battle royale contestants are only given one life to play; any players who die are not allowed to respawn. Games with team support may allow players to enter a temporary, near-death state once health is depleted, giving allies the opportunity to revive them before they give out or are finished off by an opponent. The match is over when only one player or team remains, and the game typically provides some type of reward (like in-game currency used for cosmetic items) to all players based on how long they survived.

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  1. Hi, can you suggest a best game that can play without downloading it? Thank you

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