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7 Stealth Games You Should Try Now

Sometimes, the suspense and satisfaction of infiltrating a place unnoticed is what you need in a video game. Here are 7 stealth games you should try now
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Alien: Isolation

This horror-stealth hybrid is perhaps the best game in the otherwise lacklustre gaming franchise. The stealth elements are very clever and the graphics too look really good. 
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This is a rather underrated game and it really surprises you with its spooky yet solid stealth elements. It's based around old Welsh folklore and its storyline is pretty good.

Maid of Skier

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Watch Dogs: Legion 

This one is a bit more action-heavy compared to other Watch Dogs games but it looks stunning and it still has that stealth DNA in it. It takes place in London and the city's depiction in the game is breathtaking. 

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The Last of Us Part II

This game, though a bit simplistic, makes you feel like a total badass. You run around in the shadows, setting traps and the main motive is to move from point A to point B without being seen. The graphics too are absolutely stunning. 
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Desperados III

This is a top-down cowboy real-time strategy game, with a really satisfying stealth gameplay. You can have five characters in a party with different attributes, all adding to the fun. 
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Ghost of Tsushima

This game has been inspired by decades of samurai movies, so there's no shortage of stealth there. The mechanics are interesting too, because they rely a lot on precisely timing your melee attacks.
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Assassin's Creed Valhalla

This game takes the classic Assassin's Creed stealth formula and puts it in a giant open world setting, which is based in Anglo-Saxon Britain. It brings back one-hit assassinations and social stealth to the series. 
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