Medieval (Middle Ages) is a time before the Industrial Revolution; there was no electricity and things were still filled with iron and at their most sophisticated, gunpowder. People are still busy fighting over territory by fighting with swords, arrows and cannons. Sometimes magic is also pinned to make it feel more ‘fantasy’. Of course you can be a part of this medieval period by playing these five best medieval game titles!
- The Assassin’s Creed series
Assassin’s Creed is a little different from the games on this list. In this game you are indeed in medieval times but with a different perspective. You become an assassin whose job is to sneak around to find and protect the Apple of Eden. Unlike other games where your character appears outspoken in the middle of the battlefield.
- Dragon Age: Inquisition
As an RPG title, Dragon Age: Inquisition is more focused on stories that are formed from the results of your choice. Each choice you make will affect your character’s adventures, even the destiny of the world. You will also be presented with sword and magic battles, various fantasy creatures, and challenging quests.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Who doesn’t know Skyrim? The legendary game where you are born as the Dragonborn and have the main mission to protect the land of Skyrim from dragons who want destruction. In this game, you will feel adventurous in the middle ages with a Nordic nuanced cultural and cultural setting.
This fifth edition of Skyrim has a large open world area. There are also various kinds of dungeons to explore, quests with attractive prizes, and the freedom to choose your own storyline.
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
This game that won many awards is indeed very cool in terms of story and gameplay. Open world gameplay that is thick with a medieval fantasy atmosphere inspired by unique Polish mythology. You are given the freedom to explore, fight monsters, and interact with NPCs; create your own version of the Geralt of Rivia storyline.
- Mount & Blade: Warband
This is a game that really makes you feel what it’s like as a ruler leading hundreds of knights on horseback ready for war in medieval times. Mount & Blade: Warband provides very realistic combat situations.
In this medieval game, you play the role of a commander of your own army. Gather them from various cities to train to become your very strong guard. After that, you can either attack the enemy’s castle or betray and take over the royal throne.
Those are five medieval games that are very interesting and it’s a shame if you miss them. Was your favorite old school-themed game on the list earlier? Or do you want to add another good game? Please write in the comments column, guys!