Best action game to play at home during quarantine | TudoCeular Guide

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Being stuck at home due to the quarantine imposed to fight Coronavirus may not be as tedious as it sounds. TudoCelular is preparing guides to help pass the time while the pandemic does not come to an end. Looking for a good adventure game to play, but not sure which one to choose? So this is the guide you are looking for.

That’s why we are also preparing guides with the best games, separated by category, and here we have the best action games released in recent months. Our list has titles like first person shooters, fighting and others with RPG elements. What matters is having fun at a frantic pace in front of the TV and without leaving the house.

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TudoCelular also does game reviews, and you can check out some of the titles we’ve tested on the links in the article. Unfortunately, we haven’t thoroughly analyzed every title presented here, but every game on our list is highly praised by critics and gamers.

The games are organized below by price, and at the beginning of the guide you can check the difference of each one to facilitate your choice.

DOOM Eternal


After 4 years, Doom gets a sequel. This is the fifth game in the main franchise. In this title you once again assume the role of Doom Slayer, an ancient warrior who fights the demonic forces of hell from a first-person perspective.

The game continues its predecessor’s emphasis on push-forward combat, encouraging the player to attack enemies aggressively to acquire health and ammo. The story focuses on a new horde of enemies who came from hell to invade Earth.

The game features an asymmetric multiplayer mode called “Invasion”, in which players can join other single player campaigns, fighting them like demons. It initially arrived on PS4, Xbox and PC, but will also be released on Switch in the coming months.

DOOM Eternal

Developer: Bethesda Softworks

Paid – offers in-app purchases

Size: 39.75 GB

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2


The Division 2 brings several improvements above what the first game in the franchise offered. History is not yet his strong point, but the world is vaster and denser, and the challenges are many.

The game requires an online connection all the time, even if you decide to play alone. For those who enjoyed the first one, you will also like this one. Despite repetitive missions, factions add new challenges throughout the story. Combat is more dynamic, and defeating some enemies will require more strategy than raw firepower.

Ubisoft Massive could only have created a deeper and more cohesive story that urges us to go all the way, and not just seek to improve the character to make him strong to face the final challenge. But overall, it’s a game that pleases rather than disappoints.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2

Developer: Ubisoft

Paid – offers in-app purchases

Size: 65.72GB

Mortal Kombat 11


We can risk saying that Mortal Kombat 11 is the best game in the franchise. It delivers a good story — albeit short and with a predictable ending —, enhanced gameplay that will delight veterans and novices, and a plethora of customization items.

Perhaps the excess of things to unlock makes the experience a little frustrating and tiring, as a lot of content you gain by overcoming challenges ends up not being of much use.

Those who don’t have the patience will end up giving in to microtransactions to speed up the process. But perhaps most annoying is the fact that many characters are only accessible via DLC. It won’t be long before “Version Kompleta” will be released including all the extra content, like what happened with Mortal Kombat XL. If you’re not a fan of the franchise, but enjoy fighting games, MK 11 is still a must-buy.

Mortal Kombat 11

Developer: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Inc.

Paid – offers in-app purchases

Size: 44.69GB

Gears 5


Gears of War is Microsoft’s most successful franchise and the new title, just called Gears 5, is the biggest leap in the saga. The game brings a long campaign with gigantic scenarios, a huge list of online game modes, nice multiplayer changes and plenty of content.

JD Fenix ​​comes out of the spotlight and who takes the position is Kait Diaz, one of the stars of this new generation of characters who discovers a deep connection with the origins of the franchise. The interesting thing is that you can play with robot Jack in cooperative mode and help your friends with defense or attack buffs, or if you prefer, you can attack everyone yourself.

He’s back and more robust than ever, you’ll have a lot of fun in versus modes, Horde and new Escape mode. Gears 5 is a must-have for fans of the franchise, and has proved an essential exclusive for Xbox owners.

Gears 5

Developer: Xbox Games Studios

Paid – offers in-app purchases

Size: 62.13GB

Borderlands 3


Borderlands 3 does its fan service work with perfection. If you had fun with the previous games, you will also have fun with this one as it is the same formula with minor improvements.

The outdated graphics can drive away younger players who are used to the more realistic look of this generation’s games. And poor console performance can also prevent PS4 Pro or Xbox One X owners from purchasing the game. After all, the advantage for these players would be the 60 fps that rarely occur.

Overall, Borderlands 3 is a fun game with an old-school look. It’s worth playing if you don’t have anything else interesting at the moment. He competes with shooting games, but bets on the difference of good humor with punctual jokes and sarcastic characters. You can play with your friend either online or at home in split screen.

Borderlands 3

Developer: 2K

Paid – offers in-app purchases

Size: 43.22GB

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare


After the remastered version, Modern Warfare got another revamp from Activision. The new game tries to stay true to its formula, innovates with a paced combat, much more strategic, therefore, much more realistic.

Unlike recent bets of the genre that focus only on multiplayer and often don’t even offer a campaign mode, Modern Warfare has a well-constructed plot that alternates well with the gameplay.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare should appeal to new players and veterans alike. It’s good to see the franchise unafraid of escaping the cliché and daring more, while investing in what its fans like.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Developer: Activision

Paid – offers in-app purchases

Size: 121.14GB

Samurai Shodown


If you’re a fan of the franchise, you’ll enjoy the new Samurai Shodown. It is practically a reboot of the first title released in 1993, arriving with updated graphics, new fighters and additional challenges like the online mode.

For those who like more frantic fighting games, such as Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter, you will find the slower fighting style of this one strange. In Samurai Shodown you need technique and patience, and brute strength doesn’t always get you anywhere.

Its price was high at launch and has been falling over time. It is still necessary to invest a good amount in a game that may look graphically outdated, but wins for its success and fun gameplay.

Samurai Shodown

Developer: SNK Corporation

Paid – offers in-app purchases

Size: 27.48GB

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