Trending games right now include Fortnite, PUBG and Overwatch, but that won’t always be the case.
You can find the best trend-based sports betting picks by looking at current trends in games like PUBG, Overwatch and Fortnite as well as other popular titles you didn’t even know existed.
Let’s take a look at which trending games will dominate the top spot next week!
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1) Fifa 16
When it comes to trending games, it doesn’t get more popular than FIFA 16.
The video game franchise is so popular that there are entire football leagues built around people who play FIFA.
There’s even a championship and every year Manchester United vs Barcelona is a headline event.
You don’t have to be as obsessed as these guys though; just playing some soccer on your PS4 or Xbox One can help you wind down from work and get your creative juices flowing.
If you want to try out Ultimate Team mode, here are all of the new cards added with FUT Champions Weekend League mode in FIFA 16.
And if you want to win real prizes while kicking virtual goals, EA Sports is giving away $1 million in prizes throughout 2016.
All you need to do is sign up for EA Sports Football Club (EASFC) by January 15th.
Keep an eye out for future competitions as well—there will be plenty more chances to win big cash prizes throughout 2016.
Don’t forget: Your skills on virtual pitch can pay off IRL too!
When it comes to trending mobile games, Pokemon Go has got everyone talking about gaming again and there’s no better time than now for budding developers to start developing their own ideas into reality!
2) The Sims 4
The Sims 4 is an open-world life simulation game where you take control of a single character, or a family of characters.
You can decide to play as any character you want—male or female, young or old—and customize their look.
Once in-game, your decisions and actions shape your life experience.
For example, if you want to learn how to play piano, it’s up to you to ensure that happens by enrolling in lessons and practicing on your own.
The goal is to help them reach a high standard of living while balancing relationships and building social networks for yourself along the way.
It’s not easy, but nothing worth doing ever is.
The Sims has been around since 2000 and has had several spinoffs including The Sims Medieval (2011) and The Sims FreePlay (2012).
It’s currently one of the most popular mobile games out there with over 1 million downloads on Google Play alone.
The latest release was in February 2018 when EA Mobile released The Sims Mobile on iOS and Android devices.
This was actually a pretty big deal because it marked the first time players could create full families instead of just controlling one Sim at a time.
Minecraft has long been a juggernaut in gaming—and for good reason.
The core concept is simple: Build anything you want. But, oh man, it’s not that easy.
It’s an engrossing game with a lot of depth and nuance to master.
Which is why there are so many YouTube videos devoted to teaching people how to build specific structures and tricks (such as creating ice out of water).
And even though it launched more than four years ago, Minecraft has maintained its spot at the top of most-played games on PC through 2018—by far.
In 2017 alone, Mojang sold 91 million copies of Minecraft across all platforms; other than Tetris (which was ported across platforms back in 1988), no other game has sold that many copies over 25 years.
4) Sinking Simulator
The most trending mobile game today is an oldie but a goodie.
A remake of a classic, Sinking Simulator has you tilt your phone to avoid mines while you steer down a river—or something like that.
If you want more action and excitement, just play it on hard mode—you might get blown up. (No relation to 2016’s Sinking Simulator.) That’s all we have for now! We hope you enjoyed reading about our favorite trending games of today!
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5) Halo: Master Chief Collection
Halo is one of Microsoft’s flagship gaming franchises, and its new collection of Halo games will likely be one of most-played games in any given console’s history.
It comes with five core games: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 4 and access to download the new upcoming game Halo 5: Guardians when it becomes available.
This package costs $60 on Xbox One only but there are a few bundles that include extras (an extra controller or limited edition).
And don’t forget that a remastered version of The Master Chief Collection will also come to PC later on!
If you haven’t played these games before then it’s a must buy for all shooter fans.
For anyone who has played them already, though, consider holding off until Halo 5: Guardians launches as you can use your multiplayer unlocks in that game.
If you have been dying to play through some classic Halo then buying just those games separately would cost about $30 –
so I recommend picking up MCC if you haven’t played them yet.
It’s still a great deal either way. But now let’s get into our top trending mobile games right now…