The PC gaming landscape might be a bit quiet at this time of year, but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of amazing titles worthy of your time. From brand new entries to those older hits that never stop being fun, here are the best PC games you should be playing.
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It's that time of year again when we take another look at the best PC games you should be playing. Some exciting new titles are arriving over the coming weeks and months, including Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Far Cry 5, and Metro: Exodus, but there are plenty of excellent options to keep you going until they arrive.
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Some of the biggest titles of 2017 so far may be console-exclusives such as Horizon Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but we're still spoilt for choice when it comes to gaming on our favorite platform. Mixing together entries from this year and older titles that remain popular, here are the best PC games you should be playing.
While not all the games on this list are exclusive to the PC, it’s the place where they truly shine. If you haven’t tried some of these titles, know that you’re missing out. In our opinion, these are the best PC games you should be playing right now, so what are you waiting for?
Overwatch has only been out for a week, but it’s already a phenomenon. Normally, hype tells you nothing concrete about a game, but the hype around Overwatch has become a key part of the experience. The excitement around the game acts as a testament to Blizzard’s dedication to craft, refinement, and iconic character design.
Overwatch is impressive looking yet runs well on a wide range of hardware. It scales down to work on low-end hardware but can also be cranked up to take advantage of high-end gear, especially at the 4K resolution. Coming from an impressive open beta that attracted 9.7 million players, Overwatch is poised to be hugely popular among PC gamers. Only one question remains: can your hardware handle it?