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Here are the Worst Games of 2021 according to Metacritic

Here are the Worst Games of 2021 according to Metacritic

Worst Games of 2021
There have been a lot of ups and downs in the Gaming industry this year. 2021 has been an exceptional year for video games with many new games arriving in the market specially designed for next-gen consoles. Ironically, many popular studios somehow managed to create on the worst games of 2021. Plenty of indie developers […]
There have been a lot of ups and downs in the Gaming industry this year. 2021 has been an exceptional year for video games with many new games arriving in the market specially designed for next-gen consoles. Ironically, many popular studios somehow managed to create on the worst games of 2021. Plenty of indie developers have shown their passion to innovate and create mind-blowing games for fans. Along with these masterpieces, there have been plenty of let downs this year from few of the biggest game studios in the world. This list includes highly anticipated games which ultimately turned out to be the worst games of 2021.
Worst games in 2021
Worst-Rated Games – Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Glitches
One of the most hyped games of the year was Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition by Rockstar Games. Rockstar fans had very high expectations with the game as the studio remastered the old GTA classics including GTA III, GTA Vice City and San Andreas. After its launch, it turned out to be a huge mess by Rockstar Games as the game was filled with glitches and bugs with extremely low-quality gameplay. Though Rockstar Games reacted quickly by apologizing to the fans and pushing rapid updates which significantly enhanced the gameplay.
Worst Games of 2021
Worst-Rated Games – eFootball Glitches
Another huge upset of 2021 was the release of the newly renamed version of PES that is eFootball by Konami. eFootball not only became the worst-rated game ever in Steam, it also featured as the worst-rated game of 2021 by Metacritic with a significant margin. Konami introduced eFootball with the aim to compete with FIFA 22 with its free-to-play platform but it turned out to be even worse than previous PES titles. eFootball was filled with bugs and glitches and was almost unplayable. Fans got even more annoyed when Konami announced that eFootball won’t get a major update until the first quarter of next year. We hope that Konami at least tries to compete with its direct rival FIFA with its upcoming major update.
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