Top hardest shooting games in history (part 1)

First-person shooters are a genre that is hard to conquer for newbies due to the need for agility like moving while aiming, but there are some games that are so difficult that it is unthinkable. Here are the top hardest shooting games according to Gamerant ratings.

Rainbow Six: Siege

Rainbow Six: Siege is Ubisoft’s latest product in the tactical shooter series. Instead of focusing on single-player missions or Terrorist Hunts like in Rainbow Six: Vegas, Siege has focused entirely on multiplayer scenes, and the strategy has been a huge success.

With this way of playing, the ability for gamers to build their own tactics is almost endless but so it becomes difficult for newcomers. Newbie will almost be frustrated by the top headshot skills in the face of veteran players before reaching the higher levels.

Devil Daggers

While Rainbow Six: Siege is difficult because of the complexity of the game, Devil Daggers is extremely difficult due to its simplicity. The player only has to worry about the surrounding enemies and defeat them by throwing daggers at them.

Watching others play Devil Daggers is a lot easier than if you experienced it yourself. The key to the game is to get as high a score as possible before dying. As the end of the screen, the game becomes more exciting and eventually you will be overwhelmed by hundreds of enemies on the screen. Speed, accuracy and critical thinking are thoroughly applied to survive in this game.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2

Applying artificial intelligence, this game’s PvE activity is considered to be no less difficult than Rainbow Six: Vegas 2’s Terrorist Hunt game mode. With more difficult gameplay, the enemies become much harder, for example they will have perfect accuracy and the ability to throw grenades disorienting. To test the patience of gamers, in the game screen with artificial intelligence also takes place countless brews by not following your orders.