Battle Royale Game List

In this page you can find a list of some of the more popular and anticipated battle royale games for PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS and other platforms. If you play Fortnite and want other battler royale games to play just to freshen things up, make sure you check it out.

On Battler Royale Plays we list the games which are the most popular ones, the best ones that are favored by gamers and streamers alike. Not all of the BR games listed here are available on our website, but we are going to add more of them over time.

Battle Royale games have conquered the market by storm. I'm sure many of you want to know what battle royale games are out there on PC and Consoles? So let's take a look.

Just so you know, not all of the games in this least have been released, some might be still in development. Make sure you visit the official website for updates status of the game's current development stage, release date, new features, etc.

Fortnite: Battle Royale

FortniteFortnite was developed by Epic Games and a second mode for the original Fortnite cooperative survival multiplayer game. It's the most popular battle royale video game on the market as of the time of writing with over 125 millions total players as of June 2018. It's a cartoon-style game that players in third-person perspective. One of its most unique features is a build mode which allows players to form different structure and use them for maneuvering through the environment, for defensive measures or during "build battles".

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows (PC), Xbox One, Macintosh operating systems, iOS (soon for Android).

PlayerUnknown's Battleground (PUBG)

PUBGPUBG was developed by PUBG Corporation, PUBG is a very popular battle royale game, developed using Unreal Engine 4 and designed by Brendan Greene which his moder's nickname is part of the game's title (PlayerUnknown). PUBG can be played in first-person or third-person perspective. Unlike Fortnite, the game has 4 different maps as of the time of writing.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC), Xbox One, Android, iOS.

H1Z1

H1Z1H1Z1The game that started it all. A free-to-play battle royale game developed and published by Daybreak Game Company. A game that was born from a previous project that was split into two games: H1Z1: Just Survive and H1Z1: King of the Kill. The game supports solo, duos, or fives quad play. The game is free to play via Steam and later was released for the PlayStation 4.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC), PlayStation 4

Realm Royale

Realm RoyaleRealm Royale, previously known as Paladins: Battlegrounds is a free-to-play battle royale game that plays in third-person perspective. The game was developed by Hi-Rez Studios who are known for other successful games, including Smite (MOBA) and Paladins (Hero multiplayer shooter). Players can choose between multiplayer character classes, each one carries its own unique abilities. This is something that refreshes over the familiar formula and many players love it.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows (PC)

COD BO4: Blackout

COD BlackoutBlackout is a Battle Royale mode which is part of Call of Duty: Blacks Ops 4, Activision's most popular shooter of all time. The game features the largest map in any COD game and takes place in the Black Ops universe, where you can choose to play any one of your favorite characters. The game includes battles taking place in land, sea, and air. I'm sure this will be favorite among COD fans and FPS pros if it carries the same fast mechanics that COD is known for.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows (PC)

Darwin Project

Darwin ProjectA free-to-play multiplayer online battle royale game developed and published by Scavengers Studio using Unreal Engine. The game (in Early Access as of the time of writing) received very positive reviews. It has cartoony graphics. It takes place in a reality show in an ice age, where ten players fight to the death with only one player gets to be the final winner. A different take on the familiar genre with added survival mechanics and it's nice seeing a game that employs fresh new ideas. Some say that this is the only battle royale game they enjoy playing.

Platforms: Xbox One, Microsoft Windows (PC)

The Culling

The cullingA battle royale game developed and published by American Studio Xaviant. The game takes place on a remote island where 16 contestants have 25 minutes to explore, scavenge items, craft weapons, and try to hunt each other. The maps kind of remind me of Hunger Games. As of the time of writing, the game has mixed reviews on Steam and it's a paid game, not free like many other BR games. It also runs on Linux, so if you want a Battle Royale game for Linux, you have one.

Platforms: Xbox One, Microsoft Windows (PC), Linux.

Island of Nyne: Battle Royale

Island of NyneIsland of Nyne is a very promising battle royale game that plays in the first-person perspective. The game takes place in a fictional universe with alien-built arena If you love first-person shooters and sci-fi settings, I think you are go.ing to love this one.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Fear the Wolves

Fear the WolvesFear the Wolves was developed by Vostok Games and published by Focus Home Interactive. In my opinion, it's the most beautiful battle royale game for those who love realistic visuals. The game features PvE elements, which is unique to the genre. Players try to survive in a place that has been struck by radiation and pursued by mutants, horrific anomalies, weather and of course wolves. The storm has a unique square pattern and in this game, a player needs to be the last one to escape. It's a 100-player battle royale game that supports solo and squad modes. If you love post apocalyptics settings, you are going to love this game.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Cuisine Royale

Cuisine RoyaleCuisine Royale started as an April Fool's joke from the developers of squad-based MMO shooter Enlisted and quickly became a very popular and highly regarded Battle Royale game for all intents and purposes. The developer refers to this game as an "all-kitchen-warfare" Battle Royale game where players can fight using kitchenware and fight against 30-player battle royale battles. Players start out with only underwear and try to scavenge the environment for weapons, clothes and other useful items.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Radical Heights

Radical HeightsRadical Heights was developed by Boss Key, Radical Heights takes place in an 80s game show setting full of crazy stuff and players need o to earn money and spend the cash on weapons and other items to give them an advantage in the battlefield. It's among those type of games that suppose to be more about having fun and laugh then taking things too seriously, well, I see it like that.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Battlerite Royale

Battlerite Royale Battlerite Royale is a 20-player battle royale game mode for Battlerite. The is played differently than other classic battle royale games with a top-down view is more tailored to the MOBA genre. It's supposed to appeal to those who love battle royale but also like Battlerite's unique characters, game presentation, and gameplay mechanics.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Fractured Lands

Fractured LandsFractured Lands is a battle royale game Mad Max" style, taking place in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Like you expect, this game has many cool grungy cars which players can drive in this post-apocalyptic wasteland. Other than that, you can find weapons, gear, and fuel which you'll need to help you secure that sweet victory and be the last man standing.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Battlefield V Royale

Battlefield 5 RoyaleBattlefield V Royale is a game mode in Battlefield 5 where people can enjoy the same amazing action-packed FPS gameplay experience that Battlefield is known for but tailored to the battle royale format. I am a huge Battlefield fan since Battlefield 2 and I can't wait to see how it would be like. We already know that there will be lots of vehicles and of course a large map where all the action will take place, something that Battlefield is already known for.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC), PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Totally Accurate Battlegrounds

Totally Accurate Battlegrounds (or TABG for short) started out as an April Fool's Day joe and turned into one of the most interesting battle royale games of 2018. The game features exaggerated physics for the character and weapons and other weirdo features that will make you not just enjoy a good first-person BR shooter but also laugh while playing. The game was already released and available and is available to download via Steam.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

STAND OUT: VR Battle Royale

Like its name suggests, Stand Out is a battle royale game developed from the ground up for virtual reality with support for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality. The game has received very positive reviews (still in early access as of the time of writing). You have a wide choice of weapons. If you have one of those VR headsets, you might be interested to try it out.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC) (PC)

Dying Light: Bad Blood

Dying Light: Bad Blood is a battle royale game developed by Techland and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Players are dropped into a zombie-infested arena and they have to collect blood samples from the infected ones in order to escape the arena before nightfall. Like other BR games, here only one person will get the chance to win, in this case, escape. Among its unique features are duanmically changing online matches and blend of PvP and PvE. If you love zombie games, I think you are going to enjoy this one. The game is scheduled for release in 2018.

Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4

Mavericks: Proving Grounds

Mavericks Proving GroundsAn MMO that features one of the more ambitious battle royale game modes with 400 players fighting against each other and only one gets to win at the end of the match. With this game and the battle royale game mode, its developer, Automation Games Ltd, wants to take the online shooter genre to a whole new level. I just can't imagine how this game would be like, but 400 players BR game just sound something that every battle royale fan needs to at least try.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC) (PC)

Egress

EgressEgress by Fazan, is a battle royale game that described as a mixture between Dark Souls and PUBG, featuring a Souls-like hardcore combat system which based on melee attacks and dodges, as well as combo attacks.. You choose your hero, each one with its own unique mechanics and abilities and try to become the last survivor. The game takes place in an alternate universe, combining the Victorian era, Lovecraft's mythology and Retrowave and it looks bloody damn good. TBA 2018 as of the time of writing.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC) (PC), Xbox One, PS4

Notmycar

NotmycarNotmycar is a battle royale game but instead of fighting as people/creatures you fight with cars. If you love racing games or vehicle combat games, this game is for you. Here you need to become the last standing car. I really liked what I've seen from the trailer. It's not like Fractured Lands that combines FPS and vehicle battles, it's solely vehicle battles.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Proxima Royale

Proxima RoyaleProxima Royale is a sci-fi BR game which based on the screenshots, looks like it was highly inspired by the game Destiny. The game takes place on a planet called Proxima Centauri B. In this BR game, 60 players, who play as robots, fight against each other in a 25-kilometer square map. The game plays in the first-person perspective and I am quite hyped after seeing the reveal trailer.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows (PC)

Farside

FarsideFarside is a battle royale game, which is a PS4 port of a battle royale game Farside in China. The game includes vehicles, weapons, items, etc. The game looks really cool, kind of a GTA V-style battle royale game, at least judging by the trailer. The game is developed by Dark Horse Game Studio and published by Perfect World Entertainment. Release date set to 2018.

Platforms: PlayStation 4

More to come, stay tuned.