Best shooter games of all times (MMOFPS, FPS, Multiplayer)

Welcome to the MMOFPS, FPS and Multiplayer Shooter HALL of FAME!

The most played and highest rated shooting games of all times!

No matter if you like to play with your mates old style via LAN or with people you might not even know, living 1000 km away form you via the internet online. We found for you the most famous shooting games of all times. Note that all games are rated 2013!

The Top 15 MMOFPS, FPS & Multiplayer Shooters!

Planetside 2


Planetside 2 fight
Developer: Sony Online Entertainment
First released: November 20, 2012
Website: Wikipedia: Planetside 2 "It is a faster paced game than the original PlanetSide and holds the ability to feature potentially thousands of players. It also features familiar first person shooter elements such as sprinting, iron sights, and regenerating shields. An important aspect is that player skill and teamwork are major determiners when it comes to being able to kill other players and overcome opposing teams. Unlockable skills are available and are stated to only make between a 15-20% difference between any player[citation needed. The game also features a day and night cycle, meaning that battles happen in different times of day, affecting the general methods for warfare." (Source: Wikipedia)



MAG screenshot
Developer: Zipper Interactive
First released: January 26, 2010

Wikipedia: MAG "The game uses a server architecture to support online battles with up to 256 players, with users divided into eight-player squads, with four squads forming a platoon, and four platoons forming a company. Each squad is led by a player who has advanced through the game's ranking system. Character statistics and development also increase with frequent gameplay. The players assigned leadership positions are able to simultaneously direct the battle and participate directly in combat." (Source: Wikipedia)

Combat Arms


CombatArms Screen
Developer: Doobic Studios
First released: 2008

Wikipedia: Combat Arms "Combat Arms gameplay is similar to commercial games such as Mission Against Terror, CrossFire, Counter-Strike, Ghost Recon 2 and Call of Duty. The game offers many different modes of play, including One Man Army, Elimination, Capture The Flag, multiplayer co-op (known as Fireteam), Quarantine Regen, Elimination Pro, Search and Destroy, Seize & Secure, Spy Hunt, Bombing Run, and Hired Guns. During the 2009 winter season of the game, a special mode known as Snowball Fight was introduced, but was later removed" (Source: Wikipedia)



CrossFire Screen
Developer: SmileGate
First released: May 3, 2007

Wikipedia: CrossFire "CrossFire is a first-person shooter that features two Mercenary corporations named the "Black List" and "Global Risk", fighting each other in an epic global conflict. Players assume the role of either a Black List or Global Risk mercenary, joining an online team that must work together to complete objective-based scenarios. With the exception of the Zombie mode, each mode can support a maximum of 16 players, each divided into an 8-man team. There are more than ten online modes: Team Death Match, Search and Destroy, Elimination Match, Ghost Mode, Free-For-All, Mutation Mode, Escape Mode, Hero Mode, advanced version of the Hero Mode, the Hero Mode X and Zombie mode" (Source: Wikipedia)



Warface Screen
Developer: Crytek Kiev
First released: 2013

Wikipedia: Warface "Warface is an online video game being developed by Crytek Kiev. Warface is a F2P multiplayer military shooter in a "near future" setting. The game is exclusive to the PC and is powered by CryEngine 3. Being developed by Crytek Kiev and co-produced by Crytek Seoul and Crytek Frankfurt, it was originally aimed for a release in mainland China. In August 2011 Crytek announced that the game would be hitting the Western markets in 2012. Later on in February 2012, the game was announced to be published by Nexon in South Korea and Taiwan. It was announced in July 2012 that Trion Worlds will be publishing the game in United States, New Zealand, Turkey, Australia, and Europe. In August 2012 an announcement was made that Warface could possibly be coming to consoles such as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in the near future. Warface closed beta started on the 17 January 2013" (Source: Wikipedia)

Blacklight: Retribution


Blacklight Retribution Screen
Developer: Zombie Studios
First released: April 3, 2012

Wikipedia: Blacklight: Retribution "Blacklight Retribution is a free to play fast-paced multiplayer online first person shooter with a science fiction theme and a number of game types and maps. The game appears currently to have no single player at all other than training and practice mode, where you play against AI or "bot" enemies. The game types are Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Domination (a ticket type of game), King of the Hill (objective capture) and Kill Confirmed which is similar to Team Deathmatch, except players can collect tokens from their dead opponents for extra Combat Points, and pick up their own from dead teammates, to form a kill denied. A Siege Mode, where one team advances a Scorpion Tank through checkpoints into enemy territory, was added in August 2012. Also in March 2013 a Onslaught mode was added, which is similar to a zombies mode, where you collect tokens which give you XP and GP tokens." (Source: Wikipedia)

Counter-Strike: Source

Online Multiplayer Shooter

Counterstrike Source screenshot
Developer: SmileGate
First released: August 11, 2004

Wikipedia: Counterstrike Source "Counter-Strike: Source is a remake of Counter-Strike, and retains its team-based objective-oriented first-person shooter style gameplay. The aim of playing a map is to accomplish a map's objective: defusing the bomb, rescuing all hostages, or killing the entire opposing team. The ultimate goal of the game is to win more rounds than the opposing team. Once players are killed, they do not respawn until the next round on most servers. This gameplay feature distinguishes Counter-Strike from other first-person shooter games, where players respawn instantly or after a short delay." (Source: Wikipedia)

Battlefield Bad Company 2

Multiplayer first person shooter

Battlefield Bad Company 2 screen
Developer: EA Digital Illusions CE
First released: March 2, 2010
Website: Wikipedia: Battlefield Bad Company 2 "Battlefield Bad Company 2 Multiplayer is class-based, with four classes: Assault, Engineer, Medic, and Recon. Each class has a variety of unique weapons and equipment, and serves a specific role in combat. There are also some weapons that can be used by any class, such as pistols and shotguns. Each class gains experience and levels up separately. New items are unlocked by earning experience points, which are gained for performing actions conducive to the goals of the player's team, such as eliminating enemy players, healing team mates, or capturing or defending points of interest. These points also count towards a total of 50 ranks. Bonuses to the base number of points can be awarded under certain circumstances (such as achieving a headshot in the process of eliminating an enemy player)." (Source: Wikipedia)

Serious Sam 3: BFE

Multiplayer first person shooter

Serious Sam 3 BFE screen
Developer: Croteam
First released: November 22, 2011

Wikipedia: Serious Sam 3 BFE "Like previous titles in the series, Serious Sam 3: BFE involves fighting against many hordes of enemies in wide-open environments. However Serious Sam 3 has more closed environments than its predecessors, particularly in the early levels. There are also a larger number of enemies that can attack the player from a distance. The player can carry an unlimited amount of weapons, including a minigun, rocket launcher, assault rifle and a cannon. There are 13 weapons total. 5 of them have a manual reload. This is a significant change in the series, as the previous Serious Sam games only had one manual reloading weapon, the pistol. The signature close-combat weapons from the first game, the knife and chainsaw, have been replaced with a sledgehammer with three modes of attack (vertical strike, 180 turn and full 360 turn)." (Source: Wikipedia)

Gears of War 3

Multiplayer third-person shooter

Gears of War 3 screen
Developer: Epic Games
First released: September 20, 2011

Wikipedia: Gears of War 3 "Gears of War 3, like its predecessors, is a third-person shooter that emphasizes the use of cover and squad tactics in order to survive combat situations. The player's character can carry four weapons: one pistol, one set of grenades, and two other weapons. Firearms can be swapped with other weapons dropped by fallen foes or at stockpiles throughout the game, along with ammunition. When the player reloads a weapons ammunition, they have an opportunity for an "active reload", shown by a small cursor moving over a line with a marked section on the player's heads-up display (HUD)." (Source: Wikipedia)

Quake II

Multiplayer first person shooter

Quake II screen
Developer: id Software
First released: December 6, 1997

Wikipedia: Quake II "The Quake 2 multiplayer portion is similar to that in Quake. It can be played as a free-for-all deathmatch game, a cooperative version of the single-player game, or as a 1 vs 1 match that is used in official tournaments, like the Cyberathlete Professional League. It can also be played in Capture the Flag Mode (CTF). The deathmatch game benefited from the release of eight specifically designed maps that id Software added after the game's initial release. They were introduced to the game via one of the early patches, that were released free of charge. Prior to the release of these maps, players were limited to playing multiplayer games on the single-player levels, which, while functional as multiplayer levels, were not designed with deathmatch gameplay specifically in mind."(Source: Wikipedia)

Medal of Honor Allied Assault

Multiplayer first person shooter

Medal of honor Allied Assault
Developer: 2015, Inc.
First released: January 22, 2002

Wikipedia: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault "Singleplayer: In the game the player takes on the role of Lt. Mike Powell of the United States Army Rangers who works for the OSS. Single player missions include assaulting German bases in Algiers and Norway, storming Omaha Beach on D-Day, and rescuing comrades behind enemy lines in occupied France. The game's levels are often compared to Steven Spielberg's 1998 film Saving Private Ryan; many of the levels are direct quotations of the scenery (or even complete sequences as in the Omaha Beach mission) in the film. This level was re-created in Medal of Honor: Frontline for consoles.

Multiplayer: Multiplayer contains four modes: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Round Based, and "Objective" mode. Other game modes have been created by fans of the game such as "Freeze Tag" and "Basebuilder"."(Source: Wikipedia)

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory

Multiplayer first person shooter

Developer: Splash Damage & id Software
First released: 29 May 2003

Wikipedia: Wolfenstein Enemy Territory "Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is an online multi-player game, wherein the players interact with each other over a network, in two teams (Allies and Axis) to defend or destroy mission objectives. The game is playable over the Internet or a Local Area Network. Like many online games, cheating and exploit communities exist. To prevent cheating, the anti-cheat program TZAC is used in some competition mods. In public games, PunkBuster used to protect the game, however its developer, EvenBalance, discontinued support for the game in October 2011.

Siwa Oasis in Egypt, site of historical World War II fighting, inspired the map of the same name. There are six officially released maps that are partially based on real locations or events (North African Campaign: Gold Rush, Siwa Oasis, and Atlantic Seawall Battery; Europe Campaign: Rail Gun, Würzburg Radar, and Fuel Dump), as well as hundreds of custom maps made by the Internet community." (Source: Wikipedia)


Multiplayer first person shooter

Doom screen
Developer: id Software & Nerve Software (XBLA)
First released: December 10, 1993

Wikipedia: Doom "Doom is notable for the weapons arsenal available to the marine, which became prototypical for first-person shooters. The player character starts armed only with a pistol, and fists in case the ammunition runs out, but larger weapons can be picked up: these are a chainsaw, a shotgun, a chaingun, a rocket launcher, a plasma rifle, and finally the immensely powerful BFG 9000.

There is a wide array of power-ups, such as a backpack that increases the player character's ammunition-carrying capacity, armor, first aid kits to restore health, the berserk pack (a dark first aid box that puts the character into berserk mode, allowing him to deal out rocket launcher-level damage with his fists and potentially splattering former humans and imps, as well as setting the user's health to 100% if it was lower), supernatural blue orbs (named soul spheres in the manuals) that boost the player character's health up to a maximum of 200%, nightvision, computer maps (which show every area of the level), partial invisibility, and protective suits that allow the player to survive in toxic acids." (Source: Wikipedia)

Call of Duty Black OPS

Multiplayer first person shooter

Call of Duty Black Ops
Developer: Treyarch, Nerve Software and n-Space
First released: November 9, 2010[6]

Wikipedia: Call of Duty Black OPS Black Ops is a first-person shooter, retaining the same gameplay mechanics as previous Call of Duty titles. The player assumes the role of a foot soldier who can wield various firearms (only two of which can be carried at once), throw grenades and other explosives, and use other equipment as weapons. A player close enough to an enemy can kill with one knife blow. A character can take three stances: standing, crouching or prone. Each affects rate of movement, accuracy, and stealth. The player can drop to the prone stance from the standing stance while running, and can momentarily sprint before having to stop. The screen glows red to indicate damage to a player's health, which regenerates over time. (Source: Wikipedia)

* Trademarks and copyrights of game media used are property of their respective owners!

download free lag fix

blog comments powered by Disqus