The 3 Most Popular Types of Online Games in 2021, As Per Gamdom Experts

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Over the years, online gaming has taken the real world by storm and inspired millions to test their skills and explore their gaming abilities. For Gamdom, an internationally recognized gaming platform, this year will be no less. According to the experts at Gamdom, these three games will rule 2021.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, more popularly known as PUBG, is an online game that has been developed by Bluehole’s PUBG Corporation (South Korea). The premise of the game is apocalyptic and edgy. The Gamdom experts say, “PUBG is about survival, protection, and destruction. The psychological aspects and repercussions of this game which get your most primal emotions on the forefront are best left for psychologists to analyze. But the game itself is most likely to continue its successful run in 2021.”

The game lets its users explore and exploit the phenomenon of infinite possibilities. “What would you do if you could do everything” seems to be the fundamental question that its designers and creators aim to explore. About the game’s position in 2021, Gamdom experts believe, “Its successful run is sure to continue. COVID-19 had put brakes on many possibilities and consequently many will turn to the virtual world to seek a creative and active outlet. Minecraft is sure to keep their imaginations busy.”

Call of Duty
A veteran in the world of gaming, Call of Duty continues to hold its ground since its release in 2003.

The experts at Gamdon agree and believe the game is only going to tighten its hold on popular imagination in 2021. “The game is like this huge tree with a zillion branches where each branch has something more to offer than the next. The new Call of Duty: Vanguard returns to the bloody ground of WWII. This is likely to draw in many new users.”

The Gamdom experts have shared their verdict. Whether their prediction will come true remains to be seen.

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