In the past, once released the fate of a video game just got there, there will be no further development, except by publishing a series of follow-up. But unlike today, developers continue to generate updates and new content based on feedback and trends on the market.
Well, the decision of the developers to apply the system always update this kind, also make the game initially looked bad or failed when first released, can rise and end success.
Believe it or not, when Fortnite was released as a paid early-access game in July 2017, the Battle Royale concept did not interest anyone. The co-op survival sandbox genre is fun, but not destined to become a phenomenon in the video game industry.
Fortunately, the change from paid to free to play games and a variety of new content that Epic Games regularly launches as a developer makes Fortnite a tremendous success. In fact, Fortnite is able to surpass the success of PUBG known for its addictive and immersive battle royale concept.
2. Hello 5: Guardians
Halo 5: Guardians released in late 2015, amid a wave of negative waves stemming from the controversial decision developers to remove all forms of split-screen multiplayer. When Halo became known as a great multiplayer game, 343 Industries even presented a short repetitive campaign.
But amid the declining players and negative reviews that sprang up, 343 Industries has finally begun working hard to make improvements in the Halo 5 multiplayer by adding a surprising number of weapons, maps and new modes. The best addition so far is the Warzone mode, where 8 players work together to conquer a series of increasingly difficult enemy waves.
3. Tom Clancy's The Division
When The Division was released in March 2016, it has a great game foundation. Where the third person shooter genre that carried combined with a loot system based on a beautiful recreation in the city of New York is destroyed because of the virus. Unfortunately, once the player completes the story's mission, the final content of the game is not very interesting to play.
4. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
When Rainbow Six Siege was launched in 2015, it was accepted as an excellent tactical shooter game. However, the lack of overall content makes this Ubisoft Montreal game quickly forgotten. But now, Siege has started to clean up and have many communities out there. So much, to the extent that Siege is said to be the game with the best changes in the market today.
5. Final Fantasy 14
Final Fantasy 14 was released in 2014, with all sorts of bugs and glitches available, as well as repetitive gameplay and unsatisfactory RPG mechanics. The problem is so poor, so Square Enix takes a surprising step by recreating this game and then changing its system from online to offline.