In the past, games often had a fixed ending or at least, there existed a point where the player would no longer have any other tasks or jobs to complete. However, with the popularity of online games, plus the rise of expansions, DLC and most of all, the creativity of fan-made mods, many games have surpassed past this limit. And there are even names that have almost no end, helping gamers continue to stick around even after another decade.
Perhaps there is no need to introduce too much about Minecraft – one of the most famous games with infinite development potential for every player. From the creative mode that allows players to build to their liking, to the multiple servers being modified, providing different, unique play styles and above all, there is never a shortage of new content in the game. play this.
Despite this, many people may consider Minecraft to still have an ending where the player defeats the Elder Dragon and sees the technical end of Minecraft. However, those who have played this game for a long time know that it is actually just the beginning of a very long journey.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Fans have been waiting for the 6th part of The Elder Scrolls series for the past 12 years, but remember, many gamers are still busy with part 5 of this series. Although it’s been out for more than a decade, the community-created mods and open-world nature of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim mean there’s still plenty for gamers to explore. break.
Technically, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be “clearable” after players complete the main story. However, even after that, there is still a lot of side content and repetitive missions, helping to prolong play time indefinitely, as long as gamers are interested.
Final Fantasy XIV
While most games in the Final Fantasy series are role-playing games with fixed endings, Final Fantasy 14 is a live MMO that is continuously updated. From huge expansions every few years to countless releases in between, there’s always something new for players to look forward to.
There is no way to beat Final Fantasy XIV, although the closest criteria would be leveling all classes and professions to maximum or completing the main storyline. But as mentioned above, with new missions and storylines being added continuously, Final Fantasy XIV will probably be a game that can never be completely “cleared”, at least until when Square Enix abandoned this project.