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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.79
98% 871,111 votes
8.71
97% 238,876 votes
8.58
97% 68,133 votes
8.53
95% 224,285 votes
8.52
96% 56,576 votes
8.43
95% 66,106 votes
8.27
93% 39,925 votes
8.23
92% 124,924 votes
8.14
90% 654,628 votes
8.11
91% 38,597 votes
7.89
90% 6,843 votes
7.87
89% 18,406 votes
7.84
88% 32,639 votes
7.83
90% 4,653 votes
7.75
93% 407 votes
7.75
94% 314 votes
7.63
86% 9,227 votes
7.60
84% 58,042 votes
7.52
92% 157 votes
7.49
82% 181,686 votes
7.48
90% 296 votes
7.44
96% 49 votes
7.42
86% 1,017 votes
7.41
90% 212 votes
7.39
83% 12,696 votes
7.39
83% 11,796 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Team-Based 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 Team-Based, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Action 70%
  2. Multiplayer 67%
  3. PvP 58%
  4. Co-op 40%
  5. Shooter 39%
  6. 3D 37%
  7. Online Co-Op 32%
  8. Indie 32%
  9. Casual 31%
  10. First-Person 31%
  11. Singleplayer 29%
  12. Strategy 28%
  13. FPS 28%
  14. Early Access 28%
  15. Third Person 21%
  16. Colorful 21%
  17. Tactical 20%
  18. Funny 20%
  19. PvE 19%
  20. Character Customization 19%
  21. 2D 19%
  22. Arcade 18%
  23. Free to Play 18%
  24. Combat 17%
  25. Adventure 16%
  26. Family Friendly 16%
  27. Local Multiplayer 16%
  28. Sci-fi 15%

The Team-Based tag refers to a gameplay feature or mechanic in which players are organized into teams and must cooperate and work together to achieve common objectives or overcome challenges within the game.

In team-based games, players are typically divided into two or more opposing teams, each with their own unique goals. The success of the team relies on effective communication, coordination, and collaboration between its members.

Here are some key aspects of team-based games:

  • Teamwork Team-based games emphasize the importance of teamwork. Players must rely on each other's skills and abilities to strategize, coordinate attacks, defend objectives, or complete tasks.
  • Roles and Specializations Team-based games often provide players with different roles or character classes, each bringing their own strengths and abilities to contribute to the overall success of the team. These roles can include tanks who soak up damage, healers who support their teammates' health, or damage-dealers who focus on defeating enemies.
  • Objective-Based Gameplay Rather than solely focusing on individual achievements or eliminations, team-based games often revolve around achieving specific objectives as a collective effort. This can include capturing control points, completing strategic missions as a group, escorting payloads through hostile territory,

      • /examples of popular Team-Based Games: There are numerous examples of team-based games across various genres:
        • A widely-popular example is"Overwatch", developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Players are organized into two teams of colorful heroes, each with unique abilities and roles. The teams compete in objective-based game modes such as capturing control points or escorting payloads.
        • "League of Legends" is a team-based game belonging to the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) genre. Teams of players work together to destroy the enemy's base while defending their own, utilizing various characters with distinct roles across multiple lanes.
        • "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive" is a team-based first-person shooter where players join either the terrorists or counter-terrorists and work together to complete objectives or eliminate the opposing team.

        Team-based games foster cooperation, strategic thinking, and teamwork among players. They provide an immersive multiplayer experience that relies on effective communication and coordination for success.

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