Today, we are going to share some of the most interesting games that are based in India. Without further ado, let’s take a deep dive into this.

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles India

This game is available on PC, Xbox, and PS4 and was released back in 2016. It is completely based in Ancient India and has a great story. In the game, you play as a character named Arbaz who tries to rescue his true love and recover the Kohinoor. You have to navigate through Amritsar in 1841, where you will also find historical places. The game truly showcases Indian culture in depth.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

This game is part of a well-known franchise and is beloved among players in India. You can play this game on PC, Xbox, and PS3, and the story is based in India.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

This game is available to play on PC, Xbox, and PS3. Although not a lot of the game takes place in India, there is a mission that goes through Himachal (India).

Tomb Raider III

Many players may have played this game, as it is available on PC and PS. It was released in 1998, and there are a total of 5 levels. In the game, the character visits different countries to collect gems. In level 1, she visits India to find and collect a stone that gives her flying abilities. However, it is not easy as the player must avoid wild animals and navigate through a dangerous forest. In the game, you may find the River Ganga and many ancient temples.

Hitman 2

This game can be played on PC, PS2, and Xbox. In this game, the player visits Punjab (India) for an assassination. It beautifully represents India, including Gurudawras and the character adopts an Indian Kurta and Pagdi.

Far Cry 4

This game was released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. In the game, the protagonist speaks in native Hindi and it is set in North India. However, the location is fictional and the protagonist plans to defeat a villain.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

This game is only available to play on PlayStation 4. It is based on Indian mythology, where the main character tries to find Lord Ganesha’s tooth, which was broken by Parshuram.