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The best strategy games you can play right now

When it comes to the best strategy games, there’s a great range of experiences on offer. From advancing civilizations to managing armies and much more besides, the best strategy games will get you testing your tactical prowess and management skills. From much-loved classics to more recent games to arrive on the scene, you can venture to historical settings, jump into sci-fi worlds, or try to survive in harsh, snow-covered landscapes as you strategize your way to victory. Read on below to find our pick of the best strategy games you can play right now. 

25. Offworld Trading Company  

24. Northguard

23. Battletech

22. Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden 

21. Phoenix Point

20. Age of Wonders: Planetfall

19. Gears Tactics

18. Total War: Three Kingdoms 

Total War: Three Kingdoms

(Image credit: Creative Assembly )

Total War: Three Kingdoms wears its post-Total War: Warhammer influences on its sleeve, in that its primarily rooted in history, but likewise dabbles in occasional bursts of fantasy, portrayed via age-old legend. The Chinese civil war is the event of the day here, and the idiosyncrasies of complex relationships fuel just about everything you can shake a cursor at – from diplomacy behind the scenes, trade ahead of war, and dynamics between factions on the battlefield. All of those customisable elements have been tweaked against previous Total War instalments, and Three Kingdoms’ expansive DLC gives this one even more life beyond its standard campaign.

Available on: PC

17. Wargroove

16. Anno 1800

15. Frostpunk

14. Cities: Skylines

13. Invisible, Inc.

12. Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 

11. Endless Legend

10. Stellaris 

9. Desperados 3

8. Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition

Age of Empires 2

7. Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 

6. Total War: Warhammer 2

Total War: Warhammer 2

(Image credit: Creative Assembly )

Total War: Warhammer 2 improves upon just about every aspect of its ground-breaking predecessor, underscoring further why turn-based strategy works so well in the world of Games Workshop’s enduring fantasy realm. Part Two is more intuitive across the board, both on and off the battle, its UI is easier to parse in high-pressure moments, and its ensemble of playable factions, each fresh for combat, are even more varied than ever before. If you’ve ever been put off by the main Total War series’ commitment to historical accuracy, Total War: Warhammer 2 is a great place to indulge your fantastical desires. Better still, the moral empires campaign lets you combine both this game and the original in one single sprawling map.

Available on: PC

5. Crusader Kings 3 

Crusader Kings 3

(Image credit: Paradox)

Simply put, Crusader Kings 3 is one of the biggest, more sophisticated grand strategy RPGs out there – somehow even bigger than its predecessor, Crusader Kings 2. Similar to the evolution of the Total War: Warhammer as noted above, CK3 is prettier, easier to navigate, and much, much more complex than anything that’s come before – both in battle and in storytelling. And the latter point is what stands CK3 apart from so many games of a similar ilk, because it is a pretty much unparalleled in its scope for period drama storytelling. Weave this into its warring factions, political turmoil and bouts of enduring civil war, and you’re onto a winner.   

Available on: PS5, PC, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S

4. XCOM 2

3. StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty

2. Into the Breach

1. Command and Conquer Remastered Collection

(Image credit: EA Games)

The setup and delivery may seem a little naff from today’s point of view, but there’s a reason classics like this get remade after decades. This collection is perhaps not for you if you’re looking for an intricate RTS game with many features, but it’s the best version of a game that still has many fans after 25 years since its original release – you’ll find quality of life UI improvements, better graphics, content that previously was only available on console, and over 100 missions you can now replay individually. Since the game itself hasn’t been changed save for some additional difficulty options, you may have your issues with the AI, but like many RTS games C&C has a great multiplayer. This is of course a game for fans first and foremost, but if you want to go to the beginnings of the genre or just enjoy one of the best remasters around, there’s no way past this collection.

Available on: PC


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The best strategy games you can play right now

When it comes to the best strategy games, there’s a great range of experiences on offer. From advancing civilizations to managing armies and much more besides, the best strategy games will get you testing your tactical prowess and management skills. From much-loved classics to more recent games to arrive on the scene, you can venture to historical settings, jump into sci-fi worlds, or try to survive in harsh, snow-covered landscapes as you strategize your way to victory. Read on below to find our pick of the best strategy games you can play right now. 
25. Offworld Trading Company  

24. Northguard

23. Battletech

22. Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden 

21. Phoenix Point

20. Age of Wonders: Planetfall

19. Gears Tactics

18. Total War: Three Kingdoms 

(Image credit: Creative Assembly )
Total War: Three Kingdoms wears its post-Total War: Warhammer influences on its sleeve, in that its primarily rooted in history, but likewise dabbles in occasional bursts of fantasy, portrayed via age-old legend. The Chinese civil war is the event of the day here, and the idiosyncrasies of complex relationships fuel just about everything you can shake a cursor at – from diplomacy behind the scenes, trade ahead of war, and dynamics between factions on the battlefield. All of those customisable elements have been tweaked against previous Total War instalments, and Three Kingdoms’ expansive DLC gives this one even more life beyond its standard campaign.
Available on: PC
17. Wargroove

16. Anno 1800

15. Frostpunk

14. Cities: Skylines

13. Invisible, Inc.

12. Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 

11. Endless Legend

10. Stellaris 

9. Desperados 3

8. Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition

7. Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 

6. Total War: Warhammer 2

(Image credit: Creative Assembly )
Total War: Warhammer 2 improves upon just about every aspect of its ground-breaking predecessor, underscoring further why turn-based strategy works so well in the world of Games Workshop’s enduring fantasy realm. Part Two is more intuitive across the board, both on and off the battle, its UI is easier to parse in high-pressure moments, and its ensemble of playable factions, each fresh for combat, are even more varied than ever before. If you’ve ever been put off by the main Total War series’ commitment to historical accuracy, Total War: Warhammer 2 is a great place to indulge your fantastical desires. Better still, the moral empires campaign lets you combine both this game and the original in one single sprawling map.
Available on: PC
5. Crusader Kings 3 

(Image credit: Paradox)
Simply put, Crusader Kings 3 is one of the biggest, more sophisticated grand strategy RPGs out there – somehow even bigger than its predecessor, Crusader Kings 2. Similar to the evolution of the Total War: Warhammer as noted above, CK3 is prettier, easier to navigate, and much, much more complex than anything that’s come before – both in battle and in storytelling. And the latter point is what stands CK3 apart from so many games of a similar ilk, because it is a pretty much unparalleled in its scope for period drama storytelling. Weave this into its warring factions, political turmoil and bouts of enduring civil war, and you’re onto a winner.   
Available on: PS5, PC, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S
4. XCOM 2

3. StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty

2. Into the Breach

1. Command and Conquer Remastered Collection

(Image credit: EA Games)
The setup and delivery may seem a little naff from today’s point of view, but there’s a reason classics like this get remade after decades. This collection is perhaps not for you if you’re looking for an intricate RTS game with many features, but it’s the best version of a game that still has many fans after 25 years since its original release – you’ll find quality of life UI improvements, better graphics, content that previously was only available on console, and over 100 missions you can now replay individually. Since the game itself hasn’t been changed save for some additional difficulty options, you may have your issues with the AI, but like many RTS games C&C has a great multiplayer. This is of course a game for fans first and foremost, but if you want to go to the beginnings of the genre or just enjoy one of the best remasters around, there’s no way past this collection.
Available on: PC

#strategy #games #play

The best strategy games you can play right now

When it comes to the best strategy games, there’s a great range of experiences on offer. From advancing civilizations to managing armies and much more besides, the best strategy games will get you testing your tactical prowess and management skills. From much-loved classics to more recent games to arrive on the scene, you can venture to historical settings, jump into sci-fi worlds, or try to survive in harsh, snow-covered landscapes as you strategize your way to victory. Read on below to find our pick of the best strategy games you can play right now. 
25. Offworld Trading Company  

24. Northguard

23. Battletech

22. Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden 

21. Phoenix Point

20. Age of Wonders: Planetfall

19. Gears Tactics

18. Total War: Three Kingdoms 

(Image credit: Creative Assembly )
Total War: Three Kingdoms wears its post-Total War: Warhammer influences on its sleeve, in that its primarily rooted in history, but likewise dabbles in occasional bursts of fantasy, portrayed via age-old legend. The Chinese civil war is the event of the day here, and the idiosyncrasies of complex relationships fuel just about everything you can shake a cursor at – from diplomacy behind the scenes, trade ahead of war, and dynamics between factions on the battlefield. All of those customisable elements have been tweaked against previous Total War instalments, and Three Kingdoms’ expansive DLC gives this one even more life beyond its standard campaign.
Available on: PC
17. Wargroove

16. Anno 1800

15. Frostpunk

14. Cities: Skylines

13. Invisible, Inc.

12. Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 

11. Endless Legend

10. Stellaris 

9. Desperados 3

8. Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition

7. Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 

6. Total War: Warhammer 2

(Image credit: Creative Assembly )
Total War: Warhammer 2 improves upon just about every aspect of its ground-breaking predecessor, underscoring further why turn-based strategy works so well in the world of Games Workshop’s enduring fantasy realm. Part Two is more intuitive across the board, both on and off the battle, its UI is easier to parse in high-pressure moments, and its ensemble of playable factions, each fresh for combat, are even more varied than ever before. If you’ve ever been put off by the main Total War series’ commitment to historical accuracy, Total War: Warhammer 2 is a great place to indulge your fantastical desires. Better still, the moral empires campaign lets you combine both this game and the original in one single sprawling map.
Available on: PC
5. Crusader Kings 3 

(Image credit: Paradox)
Simply put, Crusader Kings 3 is one of the biggest, more sophisticated grand strategy RPGs out there – somehow even bigger than its predecessor, Crusader Kings 2. Similar to the evolution of the Total War: Warhammer as noted above, CK3 is prettier, easier to navigate, and much, much more complex than anything that’s come before – both in battle and in storytelling. And the latter point is what stands CK3 apart from so many games of a similar ilk, because it is a pretty much unparalleled in its scope for period drama storytelling. Weave this into its warring factions, political turmoil and bouts of enduring civil war, and you’re onto a winner.   
Available on: PS5, PC, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S
4. XCOM 2

3. StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty

2. Into the Breach

1. Command and Conquer Remastered Collection

(Image credit: EA Games)
The setup and delivery may seem a little naff from today’s point of view, but there’s a reason classics like this get remade after decades. This collection is perhaps not for you if you’re looking for an intricate RTS game with many features, but it’s the best version of a game that still has many fans after 25 years since its original release – you’ll find quality of life UI improvements, better graphics, content that previously was only available on console, and over 100 missions you can now replay individually. Since the game itself hasn’t been changed save for some additional difficulty options, you may have your issues with the AI, but like many RTS games C&C has a great multiplayer. This is of course a game for fans first and foremost, but if you want to go to the beginnings of the genre or just enjoy one of the best remasters around, there’s no way past this collection.
Available on: PC

#strategy #games #play


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