Games are not what they used to be, you cant just finished them in one sitting like in the old days. game developers want to keep people playing the game as long as the can and I couldn’t agree more. here is 6 Games to keep you Occupied for Weeks
If there’s one game that encourages players to keep coming back night after night and week after week, it’sDestiny. It does that by offering gamers a persistent world and a character that can be leveled up for dozens of hours. Even when you reach the level cap (which rises as new expansions are released), you can always keep playing to get better gear, a treadmill that never gets old for some gamers.
2. The Division
Ubisoft’s take on the persistent online shooter is a little more grounded than Bungie’s. The Division takes place in a post-apocalyptic New York City that’s under lockdown thanks to a disease that’s wiping out the entire population. Polite society is nothing but a memory by the time you’re dropped into the ravaged city to bring peace — which mostly means killing looters and kidnappers.
3. Fallout 4
You’ve probably heard Fallout 4 is big, but unless you’ve roamed the apocalyptic Commonwealth of Boston, you might not realize just how enormous it is. On top of that, it’s packed full of things to do, from completing the hundreds of quests and side quests to establishing and building up settlements all across the map. Even if you somehow manage to see everything there is to see in the core game, Bethesda is busy pumping out downloadable expansions that give you even more quests and opportunities to create your own fun. And then there will be all the mods. With a game this big, who needs other games?
4. Grand Theft Auto V
The “game to end all games” aspect of Grand Theft Auto V might have seemed like an afterthought for Rockstar, the developer of this mega bestseller. Most players bought the game for the campaign, which centers around three very different criminals as they work together to pull off crimes big and small. The single-player portion of the game lasts around 40 hours, depending on how many of the extra things you do.
5. The Witcher 3
Like Fallout 4, this single-player game doesn’t immediately seem like it’s in the same “never stop playing” class as the online games on this list. But when you drill down into the jaw-dropping size of the game’s environment and the headache-inducing number of quests available, it becomes clear that if you want to do everything The Witcher 3 has to offer, you’re not going to be doing much else with your free time for months to come.
6. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
Blizzard’s digital take on the collectible card game could easily consume your life if you’re not careful. It came out in 2014, but it’s still going strong, with regular content updates and a smart plan to keep the game from going stale as the years roll by.
I am telling you if you start any of these games you will not play another till your satisfied you done everything. unfortunately that is not going to be the case as you will always have something to do in each one. 6 Games to keep you Occupied for Weeks