There are games that you discover for a lifetime that are not necessarily over.
The 20 largest games in history, even a hundred hours of exploration will not end (P1)
Final Fantasy 15
Area: 750 square miles
Final Fantasy games have always been unique fantasy worlds. With the 15th game in the series, the manufacturer has brought us a huge world to explore. The total area in Final Fantasy 15 is about 750 square miles; however, many areas on the map are isolated from other areas with impassable terrain such as mountains.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint
Area: 781 square miles
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is set on the fictional South Pacific island of Aurora. This is a large island with a lot of wasteland containing countless biomes; such as mountains, deserts, swamps and forested areas.
There are also densely populated areas. All of these can be explored; However, with a map size of 781 square miles, that will take you quite a while.
Area: 1900 square miles
Crew’s map is about 1900 square miles and includes most of the major cities to drive through (although they have been scaled down). The sequel, The Crew 2, features a roughly similar sized map, but allows the player to travel by plane.
Area: 6000 square miles
Fuel is the second and final driving game to make this list; with a map of about 6000 square miles. This huge map is also simulated in reality, so the terrain will change according to different levels. This game really has one of the biggest maps to explore.
The Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall
Area: 36,000 square miles
If you think the map in Skyrim is the largest in The Elder Scrolls series, you are wrong. Try to come to Daggerfall to see the big. The map in Daggerfall is over 63,000 square miles; this makes it larger than England, or roughly the size of the state of Florida.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020)
Area: 197 million square miles
With a game that accurately simulates the surface of the Earth, its vastness is undisputed. The server that Microsoft prepares for this game has a storage capacity of up to 2 million GB. Fortunately, you can use cloud computing technology to experience this game.
Area: 1.5 billion square miles
Minecraft is almost a miniature virtual universe where you can do whatever you want. The total area of this game at present is 1.5 billion square miles and will continue to be larger in the future.
Star Control 2: The Ur-Quan Masters
Area: 3,800 planets
The area in Star Control 2 could be as large as an entire Milky Way. There are around 500 stars and 3,800 planets to explore. Scattered around this large map are many alien species. Some are enemies, some are effective companions.
Area: 120,000 planets
The galaxy in Spore has about 45,000 stars, with 120,000 planets. If a player were to explore 10 planets per day, it would take more than 35 years to complete them all.
No Man’s Sky
Area: 255 galaxies
No Man’s Sky is the game with the largest total area in the history of the world. With the way of building planets using a random algorithm, the manufacturer has created a virtual universe of 255 galaxies.
Assuming you are Superman and it takes 1 second to fly around a planet, then it will take you about 600 billion years to explore the entire virtual universe of No Man’s Sky.