Parent page: E-Gaming
There has never been a better time to get into eSports. The gaming community is beaming with life, cash pots have reached six figures, and game developers are continually improving their products.
Still, eGames are not created equal. Some are incredibly popular, while others are not. Today’s focus is on the games that have achieved legendary status in the e-gaming industry.
Years after launch, CS: GO is still one of the most popular games right now. Maybe it’s because it offers a level playing field where the focus is on the skills. Everybody gets access to the same weapons regardless of their rank. And that’s a big deal in the gaming world.
Most first-person shooter games reward players with better weapons with every rank upgrade. That makes it easy to kill enemies with a lower rank. And, it also discourages new players from sticking around.
Dota 2 is one of the best team play options in the entire eGaming universe. It’s like playing in a football team with your friends. On top of that, it allows players to build profiles as opposed to avatar growth. That creates a sense of accomplishment every time you complete a level, loot successfully or get a high score.
Beyond that, Dota 2 is also a skill-based game. Some people say it gets tough after the beginner levels. And that makes it appealing to experienced gamers.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
This game owes it’s authority to the overwhelming success of its license. The developer, Arc System Works, has a reputation for building epic games. That explains why Dragon Ball FighterZ is quite pricey, hard to play and, popular with the community.
The bottom line
The e-Sport industry might still be in its infancy, but it’s destined for greatness. That means these games will be as legendary in gaming as Michael Jackson is to music.