There are thousands upon thousands of PC games out there, and hundreds of good ones. However, some have stood out over the years, and cemented themselves as absolute must-haves in their respective genres. These are 15 titles we feel every PC gamer should have in their digital library.
Intel's latest HD Graphics Driver for Windows 10 64-bit (version 188.8.131.5286) improves performance for Strange Brigade, PES 2019, World of Warcraft, and others. It also fixes issues with Steam, YouTube and Minecraft.
GeForce Graphics Driver version 398.82 promises optimized gaming experience for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth and Monster Hunter: World.
Radeon Adrenalin Edition 18.6.1 Hotfix aims to improve performance for Vermintide 2 on RX Vega 56 and Radeon RX 580 cards. The driver also fixes issues in World of Warcraft and World of Tanks.
It's been nearly 14 years since Blizzard launched the world's most popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game. You've had plenty of time to get your affairs in order before finally taking the plunge into Azeroth. Don't worry, the World of Warcraft hasn't passed you by. You just might need a little help getting started. We got you.
It's no secret that MMORPGs are some of the most popular PC games on the planet. Since the early days of Ultima Online all the way to more recent offerings like Black Desert Online, MMOs have filled a gap in many gamers' lives that other genres - no matter how good they might be - just haven't yet. Here are what I believe are the 10 best MMOs out there right now.
After 12 years of performing outrageous acts of heroism in the name of the Alliance or Horde, it’s time for World of Warcraft players to take their place in the pantheon of Azeroth’s greatest heroes. Where 2014's Warlords of Draenor elevated player characters from adventurers to military commanders, Legion makes them legends, wielding weapons of unimaginable power against the greatest threat the fantasy world has ever faced.