You know the feeling when you’re playing a video game and suddenly feel like it’s just not fun anymore? Maybe because of some hidden achievement or goal that is unachievable, or maybe even something as simple as boredom. Well this trend among gamers has been going on in recent years; people are getting bored with their gaming experience too quickly! One reason for this might be due to the games being pay-to-win more often than before– those who don’t want to invest money into these companies’ products find themselves at an unfair disadvantage against other players. The multi-million dollar industry already attracts millennials and adults alike, but will they keep coming back if there isn’t enough content available without paying extra fees?
The gaming industry is an extremely lucrative one, and it’s only going to get bigger from here on out. It has been predicted that by 2022 the market will be worth 150 billion dollars! So what does this mean for you? Well statistics have shown that Asia dominated in 2017 with a revenue share of 39%. China had more companies than any other region contributing to major trends and growth throughout the global open world game community.
List of Top most popular gaming genres
1. Action Games:
The thrill of an action game excites gamers from a visceral, reflexive perspective. The best games in this genre include fast-paced visuals and heart pounding adrenaline rushes that provide players with unforgettable experiences they can only find during the course of these immersive gameplay sessions.
As developers experiment with new approaches to old ideas, developing fresh subgenres like Beat Them Ups (Final Fight & Double Dragon), Arcade Games (Gunstar Heroes) or Platformer Games (Super Mario Bros.), not everything is guaranteed to be successful as some titles may simply not resonate well enough for most consumers looking for more than just simple thrills.
2. Sports Games:
Sports games have been around since the beginning of gaming culture and remains one of the most favored genres in video game history. It may come as a surprise to many people that some sports are not actually played by humans, but rather controlled by artificial intelligence or bots for your opponents
. Sports Games simulates traditional physical sport with varying degrees of realism depending on how close they stick to actual rules from each individual sport’s governing body while others focus more on strategy such as Champions Manager which is also known as CM3D2 (as mentioned before).
These types can be even further split into simulations like FIFA 17 or Football Manager 2017 – both based on real world competition-or management titles where you take players out onto pitches against computer generated teams without any player being controlled individually. It’s a lot more fun than it sounds.
3. Battle Royale Games:
The new genre of games is dominating the video game market. In 2017, Fortnite Battle Royale and Player Unknown’s Battleground (PUBG) had generated more than USD 1 billion in revenue with only their in-app purchases!
This is because they have been able to take over a large chunk of the gaming population worldwide and generate incredibly high revenues from it–more so than even all other eSports combined made last year at about USD 700 million.
So far this year, we’re estimating that these battle royale type games will reach around $20bn by 2020 which means there’s never been such an exciting time for gamers trying to get into something fresh like this before!
4. Survival Games:
Survival games are a subgenre of action video games, usually set in hostile, intense environments. Players generally begin with minimal equipment and must survive as long as possible by crafting tools, weapons shelters and collecting resources.
Many survival games are based on randomly generated persistent worlds; more recently there have been survival game which can be played online where players interact within the same world together each playing their own character to forge alliances or fight against other tribes for control over territory – but these days it is not uncommon even for single player experiences to incorporate elements that require teamwork such as building complex structures from individual parts before they collapse due to lack of support!