Watch Dogs Creative Director Jonathan Morin explains that while the game won't be the biggest open world ever created, it should be the deepest.
I wonder, is Skyrim the biggest open world game? Anyway, I'm still lookjng forward to watchdogs. I love open world games.
I'm not sure actually. GTA V is really big, but Skyrim could be slightly bigger.
I'd be interested to know which was bigger.
Elder's scrolls : Daggerfall is bigger than both
But Daggerfall was repetitive as hell, about as copy and paste a world as I have seen anyway back on topic I thought Arkham Knight was going for the deepest? FIGHT!!!!
Its wasnt any more repetitive than the following ES games imo . For such an old game , it was actually quite full and already used randomly generated content to further expand . Only it was even more buggy than current bethesda titles If anything , after MW , the ES was mostly about cutting content and simplifying gameplay , without even improving in areas such as storytelling
the crew's world is supposed to be quite big too, skyrim's is actually one of the smallest open worlds, here's a chart : http://static.giantbomb.com...
ultima online , maybe it is in 2d but dear lord the map is huge and the thing you can do is limitless
Just Cause 2 is is probably the biggest modern open world game. I forget the top 5 biggest, but I know JC2 is in that list. Daggerfall is bigger technically.
gta V is the biggest opem world game. it is the deepest as well as of now bcoz no one does the little details like rockstar. lets see if watch dogs can surpass it.
It's rich and everything but nope , there are a few bigger games out there
I thought it was Just Cause 2
How is it the deepest? Yer there is a lot of characters just walking around but it's also fairly empty. Outside the main city there really isn't much and the main city isn't exactly deep since you can't enter any of the buildings
Yeah, it's very rich and detailed but not particularly "deep"...
In the realm of details it's hard to beat GTA V... depth measured by things you can actually do? Yeah, that's where GTA V is limited. If they had dynamic missions pop up based on your location, then GTA V may have been tough to beat.
Naa, if Skyrim is not the biggest open world game, it most definately is the deepest. you have to factor in that you could enter practically every building, and you could also craft a huge range of items.
Play the older Elder Scrolls games if you want to talk about "deep"
I agree 2/3rds of the maps desert is some of the deepest cactus I have ever seen
Yeah right , NA audience please play a Yakuza Game to get the sense of a Deep Open world
Yakuza doesn't exactly have a deep open world. Have you played GTA? Yakuza is about slamming people's faces into the concrete
Oh please,Yakuza bitchez!nothing compares
Just Cause 2 is the biggest still, correct?
No and never was http://gamingbolt.com/wp-co...
Wow I stand corrected. Not even close haha
Jeez... I almost want to go back and play Daggerfall just to see how obnoxious it would be. 62,000+ square miles?! Why?
I hope you can.go into a decent number of the buildings.
I always heard that Just Cause 2 has the biggest map. Never played but it's just what I've read.
Nah its not the biggest. The biggest is Elder Scrolls 2 Daggerfall map.
I saw the chart now. So Fallout 3 is the biggest game I've ever played then. Wow. That sucker in Daggerfall is huge!!!
Technically speaking Eve Online would be about the biggest I think
True, I didn't think about that :)
cant wait to run around with vector-looks like gun action is gonna be fun,not sure how good the cars handle tho
Time to bust out the shovel.
Now that...is what I like to read. You can have a huge map..with allot of open areas and every building can't be entered. Id rather have smaller more detailed and more areas to explore inside and out. Let's hope they (devs) back it up.
Infamous has the biggest map (the first/second not sure about SS)
"The game is massive and Chicago is massive, but don’t expect, like, the biggest open world ever done. Do expect the deepest one you’ve ever seen, though." That's really interesting! Deepest open world, huh? What could it mean? It sounds promising, for sure!
It's not the size, it's what you do with it!
It's about the deepest open world, so why are all people discussing the biggest open world here?
And that's based on how many things are playable per square meter ?
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