1. Assassins Creed: Odyssey
Last year's Assassins Creed: Origins turned out to be an ambiguous, but quite successful experiment. It was praised by both critics and players. This time the Ubisoft team decided to take another bold step. In the game based on historical events, a dialogue system appeared, without any "wheels", but not as extensive as in "real" RPGs. We would even say that Odyssey is looking like a role-playing game more than any other modern genre example. Here we have a gigantic open world, character progression, ancient Greece setting, rare for this kind of genre type, where you can chat with Hippocrates over a cup of wine. And most importantly - a huge amount of content. Exactly what you need during holidays.