While many install top titles like Halo: Infinite and DOOM: Eternal, some gamers are still fans of browser games. Even now you can find browser based FPS titles to play. They are all free and guarantee a lot of entertainment.
These browser games require no installation or downloads, so all you need to do is launch your favorite browser to click heads. Below is a selection of the best FPS browser games available. Read on for all the details.
Yes, we spelled that right. SUPERHOT is available on Steam and consoles, but many gamers don’t know that a browser prototype is still playable. The developers have also left the link on their official website. You may want to know how SUPERHOT came to be.
In 2013, there was a challenge called the “7 Day FPS Game Challenge”. It took the developers a week to set up the prototype, but after realizing its potential, they worked hard to make it a complete game. Today, fans all over the world still enjoy playing SUPERHOT.
The prototype introduced a new FPS concept of time-based gameplay. In SUPERHOT, time only moves when you decide to move, so it’s more about strategy and planning than quick reflexes. It’s slightly closer to tactical shooters like Rainbow 6 Siege.
Stopping time gives you a lot of breathing room to plan moves and attacks. Instead of running at full speed, SUPERHOT recommends waiting and aiming well.
The game’s over-the-top character and minimalist art style make it an unforgettable experience. Although the prototype only has a few levels, it’s probably enough to convince you to buy the full game. SUPERHOT is also playable with a VR headset if you’re up for an immersive time.
Krunker reminds you of Minecraft as it shares the blocky aesthetic and art direction that gives the latter its charm. Unlike Minecraft, Krunker was designed from the start to be a first-person shooter. There are 10 game modes to choose from, including the popular free-for-all mode, where you shoot anything that moves.
Players will notice how Krunker binds many weapons to classes. This game has a class system similar to Battlefield games, meaning you’re locked into the character’s playstyle if you want to perform well. Like Battlefield, most weapons allow you to aim for more accuracy at the cost of a slightly slower movement speed.
Each class in Krunker is balanced so as not to appear overtly superior. While some classes oppose others, skill still plays a vital role in surviving a firefight or not.
Some people like to run into the enemy fire with blazing guns in FPS games, but others like to sneak up and score kills with stealth or tricks. Krunker has classes for almost every playstyle imaginable. While each class has a fixed primary weapon, you can choose from several secondary weapons or forgo them altogether.
For players who love class-based shooters and the block aesthetic, Krunker is an excellent choice.
Like Krunker, War Brokers uses the blocky low-poly art style you see on Minecraft. Aside from its charm, the blocks allow almost any computer to run War Brokers without taking up too much system resources. Where War Brokers differs is the execution of the battles.
Instead of classes, you have a more Call Of Duty based customization system, allowing you to mix and match weapons according to preferences. Everyone gets immediate access to all weapons, making skill the ultimate decision about who lives.
There are also vehicle battles in War Brokers. You can take a ride to travel faster or actively hunt opponents.
War Brokers has two main modes, Classic Mode and Battle Royale Mode. The first contains default choices such as Team Deathmatch and Capture Point. Players also get unlimited ammunition reserves to shoot to their heart’s content.
In Battle Royale, players enter alone or with a friend and fight to be the last team standing. They need to collect weapons and ammunition to survive. Teammates can be revived if their walkie-talkies are recovered and taken to radio stations.
Many players feel that War Broker is best known for its Battle Royale mode, although the classic mode is fun too. Unlike many popular titles, you instantly spawn on the battlefield instead of falling from the sky.
There is no better battle royale browser game than War Brokers. If these games are your type, try War Brokers today.
Warmerise is a futuristic FPS browser game created by NSDesign Games. The game hasn’t been updated since 2014, but if you like old-fashioned sci-fi shooters, you’re in for a lot of fun. There are also plenty of weapons to choose from.
A visit to the website immediately betrays how it resembles some shareware games from more than ten years ago. There are discussion forums similar to the Smashboards website. That’s where most of the player base communicates when they’re not in the game.
Some weapons are modern weapons, while others are straight out of a science fiction movie or novel. With a wide variety of firearms, players have developed optimal equipment and combinations to kill enemies quickly. It’s almost like playing Halo games, where the emphasis is on weapon combinations.
The graphics are indeed quite dated and resemble the old Halo games. While many gamers may be turned off, some nostalgic players enjoy the lower resolutions and old textures.
The only game mode is Red vs. Blue, in which you choose one faction and fight the other. The better you are, the higher you can climb on the leaderboard. The website also has a Top 100 page where the best players can be found.
While the game isn’t actively being updated today, Warmerise is still very much alive and available to play. However, you have to compromise on graphics quality if you value the shooting experience more.
If you are tired of Valorant, you can choose to play Venge. This class-based shooter is a 2v2 game that prioritizes strategy, critical thinking, and reflexes over run-and-gun gameplay. Since only four players are needed for each match, finding games doesn’t take long.
Venge has a character leveling system that allows players to improve the skills of their chosen character. The more you play, the better your character gets, along with your skill level. There are currently four in the game.
Similar to competitive shooting games, you are encouraged to learn the mechanics of the characters. Gaining mastery will make it easier for you to win encounters while learning more about the game. Knowledge is power when it comes to competitive hero shooting games.
Unlike the other games on this list, Venge is visually impressive. The developers clearly love their video game baby and spare no effort to improve its performance. The user interface is crisp and easy to handle, even in the heat of battle.
All of these browser games can be played without downloads, although some may not work properly if you have browser extensions enabled. It is best to leave them off when you play games and then turn them back on.
To play these games, you need to create an account. Only a valid email address and a few minutes of your time are required.
You can play many other games in browsers, such as CounterStrike clones and even emulations of Doom and Wolfenstein. Unfortunately we don’t have time to discuss them in detail. Nevertheless, we recommend that you check them out.
Browser games are an important part of many gamers’ childhoods, especially if they were born around the 90s. That was when games slowly became more mainstream, including games hosted on websites. Many people play AAA titles on Steam or consoles these days, but browser games aren’t going away anytime soon.
Which of these games do you like more? Do you know others who should be on the list? Let us know in the comments below.