Remedy’s newest action title, Control, comes from the same team that worked on titles such as Alan Wake and Quantum Break. You might be wondering if Control is open world, and we’re here to tell you what you need to know.
Is Control Open World? What You Need to Know
Well, Control isn’t an open world game in the same vein as The Witcher 3 or Breath of the Wild, but it has Metroidvania elements that require you to backtrack through certain areas of the Oldest House.
The further you progress in Control, you will begin to have access to more and more areas in this big ol’ building.
It’s sort of like Batman: Arkham Asylum in which you’re not roaming a huge open area that stretches far as the eye can see, but there are several expansive areas that are self-contained.
As you make progress in the story, you’ll unlock new areas that you couldn’t get to before, and you’ll be explore those areas in their full. There are hidden areas, side-missions and more to reward those that fully explore the FBC building.
And that’s pretty much everything you need to know about whether or not Control is open world.
For more on Remedy’s newest title, Control, do be sure to check out our ever-expanding wiki guide that’s chockfull of handy tips and tricks.
As always, if you have any questions about the open world-ness of Control, do be sure to drop a comment down below and we will try to get back to you as soon as we can.
Here are some other relevant guides to get you started if you feel like you need some additional help:
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- How to Change Outfits and Get More Clothes
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