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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Multiplayer, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.79
98% 854,338 votes
8.74
97% 1,067,083 votes
8.71
97% 236,907 votes
8.60
97% 126,497 votes
8.59
97% 99,840 votes
8.57
97% 56,302 votes
8.54
98% 15,861 votes
8.53
95% 189,286 votes
8.53
95% 219,742 votes
8.52
96% 55,550 votes
8.49
95% 113,152 votes
8.49
96% 72,259 votes
8.49
95% 199,517 votes
8.47
97% 17,573 votes
8.45
96% 47,018 votes
8.44
94% 282,372 votes
8.43
95% 65,544 votes
8.42
97% 8,246 votes
8.42
93% 813,451 votes
8.41
97% 13,323 votes
8.39
95% 32,329 votes
8.35
95% 16,441 votes
8.35
95% 20,146 votes
8.35
94% 93,980 votes
8.35
98% 2,787 votes
8.34
95% 30,411 votes
8.33
94% 41,521 votes
8.32
92% 682,765 votes
8.32
94% 63,380 votes
8.31
97% 3,703 votes
8.30
96% 8,493 votes
8.29
96% 6,377 votes
8.28
95% 8,513 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Multiplayer is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Multiplayer, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Action 62%
  2. Singleplayer 50%
  3. Indie 44%
  4. PvP 40%
  5. Co-op 34%
  6. Casual 33%
  7. Strategy 27%
  8. 3D 27%
  9. Adventure 26%
  10. Online Co-Op 25%
  11. First-Person 22%
  12. Simulation 22%
  13. Shooter 21%
  14. Early Access 21%
  15. 2D 19%
  16. Free to Play 19%
  17. Local Multiplayer 19%
  18. Arcade 18%
  19. Funny 17%
  20. Third Person 15%

The Multiplayer tag is used to describe games that offer the ability for multiple players to participate and interact with each other in various ways. These games can be played either online or locally, allowing players to connect and engage in cooperative or competitive gameplay.

Multiplayer games come in different forms and can include:

  • Cooperative Multiplayer In these games, players work together towards a common goal, combining their efforts and skills. They may need to strategize, coordinate actions, or support each other to overcome challenges. Examples of cooperative multiplayer games include Left 4 Dead 2, where players fight against hordes of zombies as a team; or Minecraft, where players collaborate on building structures and exploring the game's world.
  • Competitive Multiplayer These games focus on player-versus-player (PvP) competition. Players pit their skills against others in various game modes such as team-based matches or free-for-all battles. Popular examples include competitive shooters like Call of Duty: Warzone, strategy-based multiplayer games like Dota 2, and fighting games like the Super Smash Bros. series.
  • Social Multiplayer Some multiplayer games prioritize social interactions between players rather than direct competition. These can be virtual worlds where multiple individuals gather together for activities such as chatting, hanging out, showcasing creations, or participating in events. An example is the popular online platform game called Roblox.

The multiplayer experience varies depending on whether it is an online multiplayer game involving connection over the internet or a local multiplayer game played offline on the same device or within a local network. Online games often enable players to interact with others from around the world, while local multiplayer games allow friends or family members to play together in person.

Multiplayer games provide opportunities for socializing, teamwork, friendly competition, and shared experiences among players. They allow gamers to connect and engage with other individuals who share similar interests and can often enhance the overall enjoyment of the gaming experience.

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