Top 15 Multiplayer Xbox One Games of All Time

Top 15 Multiplayer Xbox One Games of All Time


15. Opening our list of Top 15 Xbox One Multiplayer
Games is Rocket League Since its initial release on the PS4 in 2015,
Rocket League has been a staple of the multiplayer scene. A sequel to Psyonix own Battle Cars title
in 2008, it forms an unlikely marriage of vehicular action and good old football mechanics
that anybody with two thumbs can definitely enjoy. Take on their massive arenas and become your
own kind of superstar with your customized monster engines. It’s a fast-paced battle for supremacy as
you and your team drive your supercars from one corner to the next in a struggle to goal
with their gigantic balls. A unique and thoroughly addicting for you
and your friends, it receives a PlayScore of 8.67. 14. Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition The definitive version of Larian Studios critically
acclaimed role-playing game. It puts you in the shoes of two source hunters
on quest to rid the world of a dangerous magical force. Immerse yourselves in its interactive environments
and battle against mythical creatures in their dynamic turn-based combat. It’s an outstanding RPG that doesn’t hold
your hand, and puts a premium on creative solutions. While it’s praised for its impressive single
player campaign, it also offers a satisfying multiplayer option, letting you bring in a
friend for some co-op exploration. A great game made better with new quests,
game modes, and battle styles, it receives a PlayScore of 8.72. 13. Battlefield 1 The latest in Battlefield’s long line of anachronistic
FPS titles. Witness the dawn of modern warfare as you
return to the trying battlefields of the first world war. It’s war at its most glorious with healthy
doses of dogfighting, zeppelin destruction, tanks, and on the ground badassery. Much like previous installments, its single
player campaign offers its own kind of excitement with six different chapters told through the
perspectives of various characters. But in this title, its multiplayer remains
its most striking feature, putting you and your squad squat in the blazing battlefields
of Conquest, Domination, and Rush. Putting a refreshing highlight on World War
I, it has a PlayScore of 8.72. 12. Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition Developers at Blizzard North breathed life
back into the Diablo series with this refined version of the epic action RPG. This edition sees its return to what made
the series’ great in the first place, wrapping it all up in a neat package of graphical adjustments
and the duly lauded Reaper of Souls expansion. Pick from their array of classes and relive
the loot-collecting, skill-developing excitement in glorious HD fashion. Dive into its fiery dungeons, slash into ferocious
beasts, or join friends in their cooperative multiplayer. Watch out for new additions with every exciting
update, and bask in this polished and uncompromising Diablo title It has a PlayScore of 8.72. 11. Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Microsoft’s award-winning sandbox game continues
to redefine the future of educational gaming. Powered by creativity, use your unlimited
imagination to create materials in a vast voxel-based world. Craft and construct your way through the infinite
canvas of their creative mode, or explore the perilous jungles and habitats of Survival As fun as it is to roam the expanse of your
imaginations on your own, its multiplayer offerings is what makes Minecraft even better. Share the emergent experience with friends
as you create your own world to explore, or partake in fierce PvP matches. A thriving voxel world within a world, it
has a PlayScore of 8.73. 10. NBA 2K16 One of the gold standards of the annual basketball
releases, this 2016 edition of Visual Concepts series has served us one of the best experiences
in-court and out. Despite not being the latest title, it continues
to deliver the clean, fun, and polished look into the inner workings of the NBA. Marking the return of MyTeam mode where you
create your very own team from scratch, as well as Spike Lee’s specially designed MyCareer
mode, it offers a solid singleplayer campaign along with their trademark multiplayer. Design your own jerseys, bring yourself to
the court, and compete against your own friends or with other teams online. With impressive court action and realistic
presentations, it receives a PlayScore of 8.73. 9. Titanfall 2 Gear up and step into the battlefield in a
cacophony of clanking metal and beeping giants in this second entry to Respawn Entertainment’s
colossal franchise. It’s a notch above their previous titles with
their addition of brand new enhancements and selection of improved Mech types. Dive into the life of a former operative fighthing
his way to survival in its compelling singleplayer mode, or test your mettle in the realtime
battles of the multiplayer. With more titans to choose from, there’s a
lot more room for glorious futuristic mayhem. Choose from various modes, and grapple, slide,
wall-run your way to Titan victory. And underrated gem of a shooter, it has a
PlayScore of 8.74. 8. Injustice 2 NetherRealm studios delivers more of their
signature high-flying punches and explosive finishes in this second installment of their
supersized fighting game. Stripping away the moral cliches of their
comicbook counterparts, Injustice 2 brings all your favorite DC icons and gathers them
into the ultimate brawl to endall brawls. Pass around the controller and put your theories
to the test as you pit against unlikely foes. Test Aquaman’s waterboard abs against the
seductive vines of the Poison Ivy, or end the Batman vs Superman argument once and for
all. Along with improved combat mechanics, this
sequel also boasts an expansive roster of new faces. It has a PlayScore of 8.78. 7. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Delivering his masterstrokes to this final
Metal Gear entry, Hideo Kojima cements his place in videogame history with this intrigue-heavy
installment. Giving Big Boss a mighty send off, join him
as he scours the Afghan regions for his stealth-powered vengeance. Impressive single player aside, MSGs multiplayer
is one of its key features. Defend your base from online enemies, or do
your own raiding in FOV missions. You can even pick from their game modes that
offer various online plays such as Elimination and Intel Capture. Put your stealth skills to the test and see
how your MGS skills measures against other players from around the world. It has a PlayScore of 8.82. 6. Cuphead A breakout hit from the humble Studio MDHR. It’s a run-and-gun platformer that’s worthy
of all their development sacrifices. Gaining hype for its strangely enchanting
and imaginative world of freaky 1920s cartoons, it also manages to deliver excellence in gameplay,
despite its rather controversial difficulty. Delve into whimsical co-op adventures as you
control the characters Cuphead and Mugman in their quest to settle a Devililish deal. Collect Soul Contracts from each their colorful
bosses, and fight your way through their equally devilish run and gun stages. Addicting, and beautiful in every way, it
has a PlayScore of 8.82. 5. Forza Motorsport 6
The Forza series is one of the hallmarks of the racing genre, delivering a masterclass
in each and every title. But this title is definitely their shining
gems, at least before 7’s most anticipated release. Arriving after the wake of Forza 5, it gave
hope back to the doubters and brought the franchise back to the top of its game. Drive through a lineup of new tracks, along
with a collection of shinier cars to drool over. Conquer the slippery slopes of rain-slicked
roads, and drive through the paralyzing darkness of night racing. It has a PlayScore of 8.85. 4. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Our favorite ninjas back on the arena. The long-running anime and manga may hgave
ended, but this final installment of the Ultimate Ninja series continues to show you the ninja
way. Set in the Fourth Shinobi World War, explore
a series of linear storylines and uncover the mystery behind the dark crevices of the
ninja world. Engage yourself in an energetic skirmish in
its 3D arena similar to its previous installments. There are a ton of new changes to this game
including elemental damage, removal of combat styles and the addition of character swapping. Players can now switch characters mid-battle
similar to Marvel vs. Capcom 3. It has a PlayScore of 8.97 3. Forza Horizon 3 While Forza Motorsport can easily steal the
show with their new tracks and gorgeous cars, Forza’s third installment of their open world
series is one sight to behold. Set in the lush Australian regions, there’s
plenty to feast your eyes on in the vast landscapes of the land down under. And their open roads become even more open
with a world that’s twice as large as their predecessors. But, open explorations gets lonely without
company. Drive with up to 11 friends for online free
roams and races, or bring them over to festivals to boost your fanbase. A haven for high-octane entertainment and
detailed customizations, it has a PlayScore of 8.97. 2. Grand Theft Auto V Released in 2013, this fifth entry to Rockstar’s
infamous open world series is brimming with the irreverent delights that we’ve all come
to love and expect. Despite its age, it’s still one of their most
beloved titles–arguably becoming the Skyrim to their suburban Elder Scrolls. Milked to marketing perfection, it paved the
way to GTA Online that opened their fans to a world of social recklessness. Take on the role of dysfunctional trio, Michael,
Trevor, and Franklin, and roam the Los Santos streets in search of any willing victim. Free from normal societal inhibitions and
privy to the inanities of everyday life, it’s a game that forms the perfect balance of ordinary
and extra-ordinary. It has a PlayScore of 9.1. Here are the runners-up before we reveal the
number one: 16. Gears of War 4. Epic Games harkens back to the series roots
with a title set 25 years after the original trilogy. Witness Marcus Fenix return to the alien fray,
with a PlayScore of 8.65. 17. Mortal Kombat X. NetherRealm continues the
gorey fatalities with this sequel to the rebooted Mortal Kombat series. It has a PlayScore of 8.62. 18. Madden NFL 16. Madden changed the game in 2016, with a flurry
of upgrades and enhancements in both visuals and gameplay. It has a PlayScore of 8.6. 19. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved. A multi directional shooter of epic proportions. Enter a prismatic universe of polygonal shapes
that blow up like supernovas. It has a PlayScore of 8.6. 20. Doom. Id Software reinvigorates the demonic portal
from hell into this latest entry of the hardcore Doom franchise. It has a PlayScore of 8.53. 1. And the best multiplayer on the Xbox One is
Sonic Mania Celebrate the rich and successful history
of SEGA’s famous blue hedgehog with this energetic throwback feature. Watch him zip back to his classic 2D form,
and join him and his friends as their dash round their remastered pixel stages. With new surprises hidden in every turn, it
manages the preserve the familiar worlds while also keeping it fresh for the new generation. Help the gang defeat mechanical menace, Dr.
Robotnik as he himself to returns to his old antics. Running in today’s HD graphics and smooth
60 frames, it’s vintage worlds remain as vibrant as ever. Rekindle the fire of his loop-filled adventures,
and face off against a handful of new bosses. A marvelous celebration of Sonic’s halcyon
days, it has a PlayScore of 9.11.

68 comments

  1. Is it me or are all the list for Xbox pretty much the same, sucks honestly I want more exclusive games thinking of getting a ps4 soon

  2. I've been waiting for an updated list for Xbox multiplayers… I honestly don't understand the order you've put this games in, let alone the the games that in. Not hating.. Just there are a lot better multi games for Xbox!

  3. What is the playscore of EA star wars battlefront 2 and Fortnite, I love fortnite and my friends play battlefront 2 and I'd love to know their playscore.

  4. Forza Horizon 3 is the best racing on xbox there is no any better. The graphics are insane and controls perfect for steering wheel + free drive and so on…

  5. Battlefield was great until the dlc's came out then if u didn't have them u were fucked and the cost as much as the actual game

  6. I thought top comments was salt but watching the number one I think the play score alone isn’t enough. Like I think they would be advised to base the list on NUMBER of those voting as well as score?

  7. The comments:

    No game title here
    Like if ur reading in enter a year here
    My _ died
    1 like equals 1 hug/kiss.etc

  8. ..all of these lists ive found suck, all of them. only one we can accurately go by is the 'most played games' category in the store, that handles player count, but doesn't make it a good game. im not into #1 fortnite at all..i mean I get the concept: minecraft building x gears 3rd person x pubg royale..some love it obviously, but I can see myself playing #10 overwatch deathmatch, maybe injustice 2 if some players are there, maybe UFC..see, depends, so these 'best' lists are too subjective

  9. Wow sonic over titan fall and metal gear… that game suck. They rate the game over its style of play. Not of how popular it is.

  10. Can't believe gta v made the top 15 even though it broke records on sales the online game play is so toxic and so broken these stats are wrong who made these stats up😂

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