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Top 10 Games for Improving Communication Skills

Master your communication and teamwork skills with these gems!

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Top 10 Games for Improving Communication Skills

There are many ways in which video games may prove beneficial to people’s lifestyles. One such way that is often left behind when discussing gaming benefits is the ability to gain skills.

Currently, there are many learning apps that employ a user reward system like the ones used in gaming. 

In this guide, we will explore ten games that might be useful if you wish to improve your communication skills.

Portal 2

Portal 2

A returning classic from the past, this game has been modded to allow multiplayer in it. If you thought the original experience was breathtaking, wait until you experience it all over but this time with friends!

Given its nature, Portal 2 demands effective communication skills for players to survive its many challenges.

Don’t Starve Together

Dont Starve Together 1

Players with a taste for black humor will enjoy this expansion to the game, Don’t Starve. In this dreadful adventure, players will farm and cooperate while they try to survive this challenging experience.

As such, you will need to think, plan, and cooperate with players if you wish to stay alive.

Dota 2

Dota 2

The successor to the original MOBA, Dota 2 features an arena populated by a total of ten players divided into a team of 5.

Each team must fight each other and work together to expand their control of the map and eventually reach the opposing team’s base, trash it, and win.

Sounds easy right? Well, communication in this game is essential, and learning to inform players of enemy activity is a usual strategy.

Gears of War

Gears of War 1

This revolutionary game came out in the glory days of the Xbox 360. Featuring innovative graphics and gameplay, Gears of War became the staple of the genre for an entire generation!

We believe one of its best features is the engaging multiplayer which was revolutionary at its time. Today, it’s still credited as one of gaming’s best co-op experiences.

It Takes Two

It Takes Two 1

This Game of the Year winner requires you to engage with another player. The game revolves around communicating effectively with your partner to overcome a plethora of challenges. 

Team Fortress 2

Team Fortress 2

This game needs no introduction. As one of Valve’s behemoths, this massive first-person shooter has stood the test of time with its hilarious mechanics.

This game features lots of different game modes. Most of them require teamwork to succeed, so be prepared to communicate a lot with teammates.

Counter-Strike

Counter Strike

Regardless of the version of the game you’re playing, this tactical shooter remains one of the most fun co-op experiences available in video games.

It comes as no surprise that this game needs communication between your teammates. If you wish to enjoy tactical gameplay where moving and positioning are essential, you should try Counter-Strike.

League of Legends

League of Legends

Even if this game’s community has gained notoriety in the past years due to its toxicity, the fact is League is a game you can’t play without communicating.

It is simply not possible, as you constantly need to alert your teammates of a wide array of situations.

In general, games such as League or Dota demand the ability to correctly interact with your team.

Left 4 Dead 2

Left 4 Dead 2

Fighting zombies has never been more fun than in Left 4 Dead 2, which is the reason why this game gained the praise it did.

The gameplay was so good that it managed to dull its own sequel: Back4Blood.

Left 4 Dead 2 provides a fantastic multiplayer experience while it demands you to master teamwork.

Rocket League

Rocket League

The car-soccer simulator has two teams of players controlling cars while they fight for the possession of a ball.

The amount of teamwork it requires to score while defending and controlling the car at the same time is as hilarious as it is fun!

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