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Whether based on real world locations or set in fantastical places, navigating through these video games can mimic the sense of wonder and curiosity sparked by physically traveling to a new place.
Set beneath an alien planet's Technicolor oceans, Subnautica is downright gorgeous. It's so pretty, in fact, that you might quickly find yourself running short of oxygen.
If you like HBO's "Westworld," you’ll probably appreciate this Wild West-themed, open world game featuring Rockstar’s biggest map to date.
This game takes players into a post-apocalyptic version of the city of Boston and its surroundings, with familiar locations like Fenway Park, Bunker Hill and Walden Pond.
This game is set in a fictional realm influenced by Scandinavian culture. Look for the Northern Lights on a clear night and marvel at the impressive architecture of Markarth.
The latest installment of the Assassin’s Creed series transports you through both space and time into Ancient Greece.
Players start out in India on a quest to find a legendary tusk of Ganesh, all while moving through jungles, temples, mountains and vast urban environments.
With the recent release of Netflix's adaptation of the long-running Polish book series, now's the perfect time to visit the land of Geralt of Rivia.
This driving game takes place in Great Britain, allowing players to take a virtual road trip to many famous landmarks, like the Glenfinnan Viaduct that also featured in Harry Potter.
No Man’s Sky offers far more than an open world; it’s an open universe, where you can literally go planet-hopping on an intergalactic jaunt through space.
Far Cry 5 takes place in a fictional region of Montana, though all of the state’s natural beauty remains on full display; several locations in the game were inspired by real settings.
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