Modern Survival Games Are The Ooze Of Battle Royales
If you’re a fan of video games that test your skills, strategy, and creativity in a hostile environment, you might be familiar with two popular genres: modern survival games and battle royales. Both genres involve dropping players into a large map where they have to scavenge for resources, fight enemies, and survive as long as possible. However, there are also significant differences between them that make one genre superior to the other. In this article, we will argue that modern survival games are the ooze of battle royales, meaning they are more creative, immersive, challenging, and engaging than the latter.
What Are Modern Survival Games And Battle Royales?
Modern survival games are video games that simulate realistic or fictional scenarios where players have to survive against various threats such as hunger, thirst, cold, disease, wildlife, zombies, mutants, or other players. Some examples of modern survival games are Valheim, The Long Dark, Green Hell, The Forest, Subnautica, Conan Exiles, V Rising, Among Trees, UnReal World, Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead, etc.
Battle royales are video games that involve a large number of players (usually 100 or more) competing against each other in a shrinking map until only one player or team remains. The players have to loot