Cyberpunk, GTA, Elder Scrolls, Assassin’s Creed and much more …
Ever since the advent of the open world games, we have witnessed games that offer huge scenarios, full of mysteries and adventures that can be found.
The list is quite extensive, either with the recent Cyberpunk 2077, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Ghost of Tsushima, or with some classics that already have their years, such as GTA: San Andreas, Red Dead Redemption or The Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall.
What is the largest open world map in the game?
YouTuber Dimitris Galatas posted a video on his channel comparing the map sizes of different video games. The analysis begins with some relatively small maps, such as the Asgard area in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Fortnite, or Apek.
In the middle of the rankings, we can find some scenarios that we believed were the most comprehensive, but we can’t go wrong; Zelda: Breath of the Wild, GTA V or Cyberpunk 2077 far surpass the ones mentioned above, but they are not comparable to the bigger ones.
The podium makes up the fuel in the third place with 144 thousand km². The silver medal went to the old Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall, a 1996 game that reached 161,600 KM².
As many might have guessed, the largest map in the game is Microsoft Flight Simulator, which has 510,100,000 KM², which would be the scale of the entire planet.