Looking for a new FPS? Then you'll want to check out these great Call of Duty alternatives
The original and most gritty battle royale game. If you favoured sniper weapons in COD multiplayer, then you’ll be well at home on PUBG’s sprawling maps.
Apex Legends is home to a vibrant community, thanks to it being a responsive, squad-based shooter with amiable characters, and clearly-defined skill classes.
This iconic shooter takes COD’s close-quarter combat and strips it of all fluff. There are no double jumps, wall runs, or laser guns here.
This excellent first-person shooter mixing MOBA elements with exquisitely designed maps and modes, all of which has helped Overwatch dominate charts since release.
Titanfall 2 builds on the foundations of its predecessor, adding a cleverly written single-player campaign and sharpening its multiplayer mech-shooting mechanics.
Spec Ops: The Line draws heavy inspiration from Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness, so expect some weighty morality decisions in this gritty, reflective shooter.
With the best campaign to grace the series in years thanks to a clever pivot to sandbox design, Halo feels truly fresh again. Oh, and multiplayer still kicks all the ass.
A deeply tactical squad shooter that keep players coming back with a glut of new content and free new maps.
The focus here is exploration and stealth, so if you’re looking for a change of pace, this is it, Metro fits the irradiated bill nicely.
If you’ve got kids - or have found yourself tasked with entertaining kids for longer than ten minutes - Splatoon 2 is a vital parenting instrument.