CRSED: F.O.A.D.It may have started out as a joke, but the game formally known as Cuisine Royale is still pulling in steady player counts more than a year after its initial launch.
CALL OF DUTY: WARZONEWarzone deviates from the standard battle royale games formula in pretty much every area… save for the fact that there’s still an ever-shrinking circle of death forcing all 150 players into conflict until only one team remains.
FALL GUYS: ULTIMATE KNOCKOUTFall Guys borrows elements from the battle royale genre and the hit Japanese game show, Takeshi’s Castle, to create something completely unique
APEX LEGENDSWith the dystopian charm of Titanfall’s mech-ravaged world and the intense gunfights that make PUBG so gripping, it’s no wonder that Apex Legends’ player count reached over 25 million players in its first week.
PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDSThere’s a reason PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds regularly boasts hundreds of thousands of concurrent players and has sold millions of copies: it’s the basic battle royale premise done right
FORTNITEWant some poppy, comic book visuals with your 100-man massacres? Fortnite Battle Royale takes the perfectly poised match structure of PUBG and ditches all the gritty realism for colours and soft edges
FIRESTORMBattlefield 5’s take on the battle royale genre took a while to come to fruition and conjured up very little buzz on release, but boasts plenty of smart revisions to the formula
SPELLBREAKJust when you thought we’d seen it all in the battle royale genre, a free-to-play game like Spellbreak comes along to remind us that there’s still plenty of new ideas out there.