Open World Games

Open world games are perfect for people who want freedom in their games. There are no barriers in open world video games - if you can see it you probably can go there. They emphasize freedom of choice.

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Welcome to GAMIVO, your hub for all things related to Open World video games. No matter whether you're an experienced adventurer or a newcomer setting off on your first journey, GAMIVO is here to guide you. Your epic odyssey begins here!


What are open world games?

What if the only limit was the horizon? 


Open World games present players with a vast, explorable universe teeming with possibilities. Unlike traditional games that progress linearly, Open World games offer a sandbox experience, where you are free to explore, interact, and make choices that will impact your gaming journey. 


From urban jungles to desolate wastelands, these digital domains challenge you to conquer new territories, solve complex puzzles, and immerse yourself in riveting storylines. Forge your path, shape your world!


Why open world games captivate us

The magic of Open World games lies in their unbounded nature and their ability to offer us boundless adventures. It's more than just exploration—it's the feeling of being thrown into an expansive universe that lives and breathes at its own rhythm, and knowing that every decision you make carves a unique path. 


This sense of freedom and agency sets Open World games apart. The world becomes your canvas, and every game session is a new masterpiece in the making. Whether you're chasing elusive secrets or fighting fearsome foes, every experience is your own.


Top open world games to immerse yourself in

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – From conquering formidable dragons to crafting your unique tale, Skyrim offers an epic fantasy journey like no other. With a sprawling world rich in lore and a multitude of quests, every Skyrim play-through is unique to the player.

  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Set in a beautifully designed world, Breath of the Wild revolutionizes the Zelda franchise with an emphasis on exploration and experimentation. Its inventive gameplay mechanics and compelling story make for an unforgettable experience.

  • Red Dead Redemption II – Step into the shoes of Arthur Morgan, a conflictive outlaw, in this immersive Western saga. Its detailed environment, profound narrative, and dynamic weather system redefine what an Open World game can be.

  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Explore the war-ravaged lands of the Northern Realms as Geralt of Rivia in this masterclass of narrative design. Its complex characters, branching storylines, and morally grey decisions set a new benchmark for Open World RPGs.

  • Minecraft – A game that needs no introduction, Minecraft is the epitome of creative freedom. It allows players to construct their own worlds from scratch using block-based graphics, emphasizing creativity, survival, and exploration.

  • Grand Theft Auto V – Step into the sun-soaked streets of Los Santos as you navigate a world of crime, chaos, and adrenaline-fueled action. Its cinematic storytelling, diverse missions, and lively Open World set the standard for urban exploration games.

The evolution of open world games

The seeds of Open World gaming were sown as early as the 1980s, with the advent of games like "Ultima" and "Elite," offering the earliest glimpses of player-led exploration. However, it was "The Legend of Zelda" on NES that brought the concept into the mainstream, offering a rich world that players could explore at their own pace.


In the 90s, games like "Daggerfall" and "Grand Theft Auto" took the genre to new heights by providing even larger environments, combined with nonlinear gameplay that let players choose their own path. As technology evolved, so did the intricacy and immersion of these universes.


The new millennium marked a significant step forward for Open World gaming. "Morrowind," the third entry in "The Elder Scrolls" series, redefined what an Open World game could be, offering a densely packed world rich with lore, quests, and a dynamic ecosystem. Around the same time, "Grand Theft Auto III" introduced a 3D Open World that pushed the genre into an era of unprecedented popularity.


Today, Open World games are a mainstay of the gaming landscape, offering a level of immersion and freedom that was unthinkable just a few decades ago. From the sprawling cities of "Grand Theft Auto V" to the wilds of "The Witcher 3" and the creative playground of "Minecraft," the genre continues to expand and evolve, offering players ever more rich and immersive worlds to explore.