You have a lot of time alone at home right now and you don't know how to get it around? With these single player games, you can literally do it. Because they all offer 100 hours and more full of epic stories, great adventures and huge game worlds. And that is guaranteed without online multiplayer, only with campaign and story. You are guaranteed to get the most game for your money!
10th place: Assassin's Creed: Odyssey
This is pure gigantomania: Assassin's Creed: Odyssey serves no less than the whole of Greece as a playground, from the ancient metropolis of Athens to the Peloponnese, from Crete through the Aegean Sea with its countless islands to the mainland with Macedonia, Sparta and the cradle of professional sports , Olympia. This is almost an adequate substitute for the summer vacation that falls into the water this year. Countless quests, fortresses to conquer, caves to be explored, mercenaries to be defeated, assassination targets to be eliminated, sea battles, mythical monsters and and and. What more do you want? Well, maybe the Season Pass, because there are not only six additional story chapters, but also the complete remaster versions of Assassin's Creed III and Assassin's Creed: Liberation. Uff, more is really not possible …
Alternative: Grand Theft Auto V
There are high-quality open-world alternatives for every taste: Horizon: Zero Dawn, Spider-Man, Batman: Arkham Knight, Far Cry 5, Red Dead Redemption 2 … But the best representative of its kind is probably still GTA V. That thought not a few players these days, but the modern classic from Rockstar Games shot straight back to number 1 on the sales charts when the curfew began. Rightly so: Not only the game world, story and gameplay are convincing, the multiplayer mode GTA Online also offers the finest sandboxing pleasure for many, many months.