Best AI Games of All Time

Over the last decade, the gaming industry has sustained many changes and games have played a major role in AI research, by raising some interesting problems to handle. But not only AI progressed; the gaming industry to has improved from the integration of AI. Actually, AI has improved games in several places– from development to functionality, game design and even how games are played.

Game AI, which looks like AI, has been in the game development space for a long time now. The characteristics of AI in a game are distinctive in every game. AI is programmed diversely in terms of gaming. Right from Finite state machines in Pac-man to AI algorithm in Mario, the contribution of game AI towards increasing the game has been massive. All credits to the progress in deep learning, computers soon will be able to handle ‘cognitive processes’ in games and offer gamers a run for their money. In this blog, we will let you know about the top video games that have the best AI used into its gameplay. Here we go:

1. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist

Splinter Cell game is known as a revolution in the gaming industry. It is an action-adventure game that depends on sneakiness and strategy in the gameplay.

2. Rocket League

Rocket League is a football video game that has cars powered with rockets. Launched in 2015, the game is still one of the most played the game online. The game included players to hit the ball into the rival’s goal with rocket-powered cars.

3. Minecraft

Minecraft was once awarded the Game of the Year in 2012. Minecraft has no particular goals to achieve in the game. The players just need to arrange 3D objects to create a game world which makes Minecraft a never-ending game.

4 .F.E.A.R

First Encounter Assault Recon, also known as F.E.A.R, is a first-person shooter video game developed in 2005; this game gained a lot of attention in the gaming industry for its in-game AI.

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