Multiplatform games are more abundant in 2015 than they ever have been. With console exclusives being stretched out further and further the line between consoles is becoming blurred. It’s becoming harder and harder to isolate consoles from one another as features become the same with just a different coat of paint. This year had some fantastic multiplatform games, I wish I could list them all, but only the best made it.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The Witcher 3 is a fantastic game and can finally be enjoyed on all platforms. The Witcher 1 was PC exclusive and The Witcher 2 received a very late and rough Xbox 360 port. The Witcher 3 was made for both consoles and PC gracefully with great controller mapping and PC and keyboard controls. While the console versions suffered fewer bugs, they all eventually got ironed out and the game had an overall even performance level. Of course, the PC version looks the best, but big game releases these days all have some sort of major bugs that hinder the game. It was a tough choice this year, and The Witcher 3 came out on top due to wider multiplatform support.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Destiny: The Taken King