Most played Android games right now

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Right now, the top 5 Android games are listed below

Mobile gaming has progressed at a rate unmatched by any prior technology. Every year, it appears that Android games are reaching new heights. Premium game releases are on the rise, pushing the limits of what phones can do, and even free-to-play games are improving. To be honest, there are a lot of good smartphone games out there. Some even compete with console and PC games, and others are available on PC, console, and mobile devices. Here are the finest Android games available right now, without further ado! Because they are the finest of the best, rankings are unlikely to alter on a regular basis unless something extraordinary occurs.

The best Android games

Call of Duty: Mobile

In 2019, we chose Call of Duty: Mobile as the best Android game. We generally take our time before adding a game, but Call of Duty: Mobile is so popular and has such a good rating that we decided to add it sooner than usual. The game has a 100-player battle royale as well as a standard FPS online PvP mode. This places it in a unique category, since it can play both battle royale games like PUBG Mobile and standard FPS PvP games like Critical Ops or Modern Combat. There’s a surprising amount to do here.

Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact is a gacha-based action role-playing game. Our vote for the best game of 2020 was also this one. It gained widespread critical acclaim at its initial release, because to its stunning aesthetics and engaging gameplay. Nobody seems to notice that it looks and acts like Zelda: Breath of the Wild. There is a party structure in the game, and you can summon new characters via a gacha system similar to previous gachas. However, the game’s aesthetic components, gameplay mechanics, and entirely open world (complete with glider) make it feel less constrained than others in the genre.

GRID Autosport

GRID Autosport was released in 2019 and quickly became one of the top Android racing games. It’s a paid game with no in-app purchases or advertisements, which is unusual in this genre. Superb graphics, excellent controls, hardware controller support, plenty of content to go through, tons of cars to unlock, and a variety of racing types are all included in the game.

The game is a little pricey, and it lacks a few minor features that racing fans want, but it’s still one of the best racing experiences available on the Play Store. It isn’t updated very frequently, which isn’t ideal, but it is updated frequently enough to keep it current. The Asphalt series and Riptide GP are other excellent racing games.

League of Legends: Wild Rift

Wild Rift is a 5v5 MOBA game from League of Legends. There used to be a lot of these in Mobile, but a lot of them have disappeared in recent years. Currently, League of Legends: Wild Rift is the greatest of the bunch. Matches last approximately 15-20 minutes, which is a little long for a mobile MOBA. However, the game is enjoyable, there are no buy-ins, and the makers appear to be committed to keeping the game balanced.

Legends of Runeterra

One of the latest Android games on this list is Legends of Runeterra. It’s an online battler with a similar scope to Hearthstone. Players gather cards and heroes, then put them together into decks. After that, you engage in online combat with other players. The game eliminates as much randomness as possible, resulting in an enjoyable game play experience. The game comes with 24 champions, a deck of cards, and the ability to invite friends to combat with you. This list has been dominated by Hearthstone for a long time, but it’s time for a new champion to take its place.

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