Best 10 Mobile Games of 2021 For Android and IOS
In this article, we are going to be reviewing the best 10 mobile games of 2021 for Android and IOS. We’re nearing the end of the year 2021, and game makers are already competing for the best game of the year 2022. Some of these top games will come as no surprise to you; in fact, some have been promised to us for years, but there are a few that have remained a mystery thus far. To begin, let me state that this article will not be forecasting the top ten games on Google Play or the App Store in 2021. Because there are so many casual gamers out there, advertising dollars may have a significant impact on those figures, which is why games like Candy Crush, State of Survival, and Clash of Clans are frequently near the top.
Because of their promotional strategies, those games will always remain at the top of the charts, but there are also titles that start to boom among serious players.
PUBG and COD are two of the most well-known, but each year brings new games to the forefront, so let me tell you about the games that will be in the top 10 in 2021 and probably into 2022.
1. Wild Rift:
Many of you will not be surprised because there has been a lot of anticipation for its debut as Riot Games has worked hard to recreate League of Legends as a game that is both exciting and balanced on mobile phones.
Wild rift fans will have infinite enjoyment for very minimal updates from the devs as an esport. Wild Rift has already been launched in Europe, where it is now ranked in the top ten in most of its genre’s categories, and Riot has said that the game will be released to the rest of the world later this year.
So, like I promised you guys last year, this will undoubtedly be one of the top games of 2021, and once it is released in the United States, I will do one of my tips and tricks films for it.
Many of you will be surprised because most of you have never heard of this game, so allow me to explain why it will be a top game this year. Some of you may recall a game called Last Day on Earth, which was released four years ago and quickly grew to millions of players before winning the title for most inventive game of 2017.
The game was constructed on a system that couldn’t full-fill its initial purpose, which is why the AI multiplayer portions of the game were never replaced with genuine multiplayer.
Last Day on Earth, on the other hand, has made that little game business Kefir millions of dollars, and it continues to rank in the top 50 grossing games.
So it appears that Kefir has invested a large portion of that money in a new game with more advanced technology to support a more advanced version of their game over the previous four years.
Kefir just published Frostmourne worldwide a month and a half ago, and it’s already clear from the amount of material they’ve stockpiled for future releases that their goal is to make this game the next global sensation.
So I believe that FrostBorn will be a top 10 game in 2021, and I’m so sure of it that I committed my second gaming channel to FrostBorn solely six months ago so that it might explode along with the game. Obviously, they have a long way to go before becoming a top ten game, but the quality of the game is already there; all they need to do now is perform all the proper promotion and bug fixes to go to the top.
3. Diablo Immortal:
This is another long-awaited game from a major gaming studio, similar to Wild Rift.
Years ago, Netease acknowledged that all of the game mechanics and material in the game were prepared and ready to go, but the negative publicity generated by Blizzard’s announcement of the game’s release forced them to postpone it.
Some of us were beginning to worry if they would ever release this game, but they launched a pre-release version a few months ago, indicating that it will most likely be released this year.
Diablo Immortal is a hack-and-slash RPG, and the gameplay so far has been amazing.
4. Devil may Cry:
The reason I’m putting this game so high on the list is that Devil May Cry is a fantastic PC game, and there aren’t many high quality mobile games like it, so with Yun Chang putting so much effort into making a quality version of their game, I believe this game will perform much better than it appears at first glance. Furthermore, the Devil May Cry combat style’s adaptability should appeal to the dedicated smartphone player.
5. Apex Legends:
The only thing new about this game for 2021 is that it will be new on mobile, yet apex legends is a highly popular game, and each time a big game is able to successfully migrate their game over to mobile, it is a huge success.
Furthermore, battle royale games such as Apex Legends do very well on mobile devices since it is so simple to jump on your phone and play a game quickly when you have a 30 minute break.
So, while this game will not give the mobile gaming audience anything new, it will be a new high-quality version of something they already like.
6. Project: Odin From Lion Heart Studios:
Lion Heart Studios’ Project: Odin is the sixth game.
This prediction is a bit riskier for me than the previous five games since what some people enjoy about massive World RPGs, others find uninteresting. When you consider the nature of mobile gaming, it’s safe to say that this game will not make the top ten.
I was unimpressed by Bethesda’s new mobile Elder Scrolls game’s reception, but there’s something about this game that makes me think it may crack the top ten.
Norse mythology is quite popular right now, and the prospect of fighting giants appeals to many RPG players.
So, if they pull it off successfully, I believe this will make it into the top ten.
7. The Ragnarok:
This is another another game based on Norse mythology, and it looks incredible!
Now, I don’t know what the actual game will look like, but if they can incorporate these types of climbing mechanics into a mobile MMORPG, it will undoubtedly be in the top 10, and if they can incorporate these types of fighting mechanics into a mobile or PC MMORPG, it will almost certainly be the year’s top game, but I’m sure these fighting mechanics are choreographed because this exceeds current gaming technology, even for MMORPGs on the PC.
Regardless, this game looks fantastic, and netease has had a lot of success in the mobile gaming space.
Their games are very clever, in tune with what makes mobile players happy, and offer a terrifyingly well-balanced mix of free-to-play and pay-to-win elements. As a result, I’m convinced that this will be one of the best games of the year.
Code-T is a new cyberpunk-themed game in which players take on the role of bounty hunters in a futuristic planet against an overpowering force of crime.
This game, like Ragnarok, does not have a release date, but when Netease releases teasers, the games are usually not too far away, which is why I believe this will be one of the best mobile games of 2021.
9. Among Us:
This game was slated for 2020, but Frostborn, in my opinion, will be released in 2021.
Almost no one would have expected that Among Us would be a top 10 game this time last year. In reality, the game has been out since 2018, so it’s no surprise that it’s causing a stir.
Now, I nearly didn’t include this game on this list because, while apps like Pubg and Call of Duty Mobile surged in 2019, and are still wonderful games with large player populations, the hoopla around those games has died down too much for them to be included. But, despite its huge success last year, I’m keeping Among Us on this list because it’s still a distinctive enough game that it’ll continue to stand out and be talked about, extending the game’s lifespan.
In fact, when I met up with my in-laws two weeks ago, they informed me that they had discovered a new intriguing game called Among Us and that they wanted to play it as a family. I was ecstatic to learn of their finding and informed them I was looking forward to playing with them.
This game isn’t all that different from some of the others we’ve already discussed, but I’m included it on this list since the developers have a lot going for them.
Initial, with the first iteration of Battle Royale, h1z1 is a classic, and when classics do something that everyone else is doing, players are less hesitant to try it out.
Second, h1z1 has a strong emphasis on vehicles, which has improved significantly in the previous two years in terms of mechanics for car driving while using a cell phone.
Now, I’m not sure they’ll be able to pull this off successfully because shooting from a car driven by someone else is quite tough, but if they do, it should be a lot of fun.
Finally, H1Z1 appears to be doing a fantastic job at advertising, which is obviously beneficial to mobile games.
That’s all there is to it, guys. If you think there is a game that should be on here that I missed or something else that people should know, please leave a comment below so that I can improve so that others can see it.
Okay, gentlemen, I’ll see you again next time.