Top hardest shooting games in history (part 2)

Far Cry

Being a boss in the development of high-graphics games, Crytek was the first developer of Far Cry. The early levels of the game encourage gamers to scout for enemy sieges and plan outreach. This makes for a great gameplay that Ubisoft’s Far Cry games use.

Until the latter part of the game, with the typical Crytek style, human-shaped enemies will be replaced by mutants. They take over the island with the ability to fire three shots at your character. And of course, the enemy will have full health stats and armor with just one hand can destroy your excellent campaign.

Serious Sam: The Second Encounter

The most difficult in the Serious Sam games is the final level when the enemy has more health while Sam is much more vulnerable. Every Serious Sam game has this difficulty, but none of it has it that surpasses Serious Sam: The Second Encounter.

Croteam significantly increases the number of enemies per encounter in Serious Sam: The Second Encounter. More levels, weapons expand in clever ways, and the enemy lineup is varied and a single mistake can turn into a disaster. As if that weren’t difficult enough, the game developer decided to place the player in a small room containing hundreds of enemies.

Doom Eternal

Released earlier this year, Doom Eternal made a big impact on the first-person shooter genre. This game will force players to combine rhythmically while killing demons to earn a black belt to destroy the forces of Hell.

The game is appreciated even on the easier levels, and really causes players to erupt adrenalin in the Ultra Nightmare. A small error not only causes the character to lose his life, but also ends the game. Perfection is a must if anyone wants to conquer this game at the hardest level, but there are actually very few games that can help improve your aiming and positioning skills like Doom Eternal.

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