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Looking for games that lets you grind hundreds of hours with your friends or strangers online? Then you came to the right place.

I’m very careful about how I spend my money on digital stuff, including games. I only spend money on games that give hundreds of hours of gameplay value. And I usually wait for a sale to snatch them up as well. Am I cheap? Nope, I’d like to think of being smart.

Anyhow, these are some of the games that I think are totally worth your money and they’re guaranteed to give you 500+ hours of gameplay if you really grind for all the loot and achievements.

#10 Borderlands

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Borderlands was one of the best loot shooters I’ve played and it’s the main reason I fell in love with grinding for loot games. Borderlands 2 is certainly an exceptional sequel that’s totally worth your time. I recently grabbed the whole bundle with all the DLCs and with Pre-Sequel for about $15 bucks during a Steam sale.

Grab Borderlands 1, 2 and Pre-Sequel with all the DLCs and you’ll have more than 500 hours of gameplay and grinding value.

#9 Monster Hunter World

Monster Hunter World

I can’t really vouch for this game since I’ve yet to play it. But, I’ve heard good things about the game and its loot grind system. It’s worth checking out. I’m still waiting for a Steam sale to grab this one.

#8 Path Of Exile

Path Of Exile

Path Of Exile is a lot like Diablo 3, except the game is free to play. The game is filled with lots of grind-worthy elements. Keep in mind this is not the same as Diablo 3. There are many similar elements but try not to compare the two.

#7 Torchlight II

Torchlight II

Torchlight is a fun open-world action RPG that also features some interesting Co-Op elements that allow you to play with your friends over LAN or online. Since this is a hack and slash, there’s not a lot of grind for loot gameplay but it’s certainly fun to play with friends.

#6 Destiny 2

Destiny 2

I know there’s a massive community behind Destiny and Destiny 2. The game is one of the most grind-worthy games of our time. I’m just not a big fan of it. I just prefer Warframe. But, if you’re looking for an additional grinding game to add to your inventory, definitely worth trying this one. Just know that it’s a massive 90GB download.

#5 Deep Rock Galactic

Deep Rock Galactic

When I first bought Deep Rock Galactic I only played like 40 minutes before uninstalling it. It was frustrating. Given that this was an early access game, I wanted to give it another chance to see how it’s been improved, and I was delightfully surprised. Now I’m about 50+ hours in just within a couple of days. This game is super fun and each mission you play is unique since it’s procedurally generated.

#4 No Man’s Sky

No Man’s Sky

If you’re like me and like to chill in a peaceful work looting for some boring stuff, building bases, and driving around gorgeous planets, then No Man’s Sky is a game you must-play. The game was massively improved after its NEXT update and its now even more fun when you team up with other players to loot stuff, both on land and underwater.

#3 Fortnite: Save The World

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I already gave you guys lots of reasons to give this game a try. Fortnite: Save The World may look like a kids game, but unlike its battle royale mode, STW is a highly complicated RPG game that includes lots of loot you can grind for every day. The game is expected to go free-to-play this year.

#2 Diablo III

Diablo III

Even though I’ve only just started playing Diablo 3, I’m already addicted to it. I’m going through each day’s work eagerly waiting till I get to play this game. There are people who spent 5+ years playing thousands of hours on this game. The main campaign is about 10-15 hours and then you can spend countless hours on the Adventure mode beating bounties and grinding for loot.

#1 Warframe

Warframe

With more than 350 hours in gameplay, I’m still a noob to this game and have lots of loot to grind for. Can you believe it? Warframe is one of the most delightfully frustrating co-op games I’ve ever played.

Even though the game is free to play, I think I may have spent more than $100 on buying platinum and cosmetics in this game. The developer behind the game is still continuing to wow us with its continuous support and new game content every year. Definitely worth downloading this one.

Know any other great co-op games with grind for loot gameplay? Let me know in the comments.

GandalfTheGamer
GandalfTheGamer is the editor and founder of Loot And Grind. He's a huge fan of games with a grind. Right now he's obsessed with Destiny 2 and Warframe. Follow him on Twitter @GandalfTheGamr

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