The best looking new mobile games of 2020
When it comes to mobile games, there use to be the feeling that you could never get computer-quality graphics on such a small device. Luckily, technology always evolves, and now you can find some beautiful, stunning, breathtaking games being released on your phones and tablets! There are still quite a big number of games that don’t hit the “visually pleasing” target, but with so many beautiful titles out there, it doesn’t make sense to not highlight them! That's why we've brought together this list of the best looking, new mobile games of 2020.
We have looked at many, many, many games this year and have found some truly beautiful games that both look amazing and play well. Some of these games have absolutely amazing graphics, some of them utterly ooze style, but the one thing that they all have in common is that their beauty has stuck in our mind. These games have amazing graphics, some of which go toe-to-toe with what you’d expect on PC, and they showcase the best of what mobile games can look like. We have quite a few beauties picked out for you - so do check them out yourself!
So, click on the big blue button below in order to find out what are, in our opinion, the best looking mobile games of 2020.
With graphics that are consistently held up against the likes of Zelda games, there is no way this RPG wouldn’t make the best looking mobile games list. Genshin Impact is glorious to explore and immerse yourself in. You can explore the world, gather resources, obtain new characters and weapons, and fight in an action-based battle system that uses magic!
Shadow Fight Arena
A lovely looking, 3D fighting game, Shadow Fight Arena has you fighting against another player. The highlight in the visual aspect of this game is the animations of characters - which look realistic and flow the way real fighting moves would flow. There has clearly been a lot of attention put into the animations and movement of this game, and fighting with others, leveling up your heroes and mastering your team is fun too.
The First Tree
With a big focus on exploration, The First Three is a third-person game that takes you through two parallel stories - one of a fox trying to find her missing family and another about a son reconnecting with his estranged father. As the world is meant for exploring, it’s beautifully detailed, with grass moving in the wind and subtle animations around various objects. The story itself is beautiful too if the graphics don’t pull you in on their own.
Far: Lone Sails
Far: Lone Sail has you traveling across an abandoned, desert-like world, trying to keep your vehicle moving forward so that you can get to wherever you are meant to go. This game isn’t meant to be set in a beautiful world - it’s a post-apocalyptic game after all - but the world is still stunning, with so many graphical details and gorgeous aspects built into it. As you find yourself avoiding hazards and traveling through obstacles, you’ll be amazed at how realistic it all looks.
The Everlasting Regret
In the style of Chinese ink paintings from the Tang Dynasty, not only is The Everlasting Regret beautiful, but it’s stunning in a different style compared to the others on this list. The gameplay in this game revolves around puzzle-solving, through various paintings, and follows classical Chinese poetry - truly a game that is beautiful in its design and inspiration, creating a well-rounded experience.
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