Finding and ranking the best PC games is no easy task. There are a lot of high quality games that are available on PC. To make it a little easier, we’ve decided to stick to relatively new games and try to include as many different genres as possible.
Although the prices of the products mentioned in the list below have been updated as of April 8, 2022, the list itself may have changed since it was last published due to the launch of new products in the market since then.
1. The Last of Us
Summary of the story (from Metacritic): “Twenty years after a pandemic fundamentally changed known civilization, infected humans run among themselves and survivors kill each other for sustenance and weapons – literally whatever They can even get their hands on it.
Joel, a salty survivor, is hired to pull a fourteen-year-old girl, Ellie, out of a difficult military quarantine, but what begins as a simple task quickly turns into It turns into a brutal journey across the country.”
2. Halo 2
The Covenant alien race threatens to destroy all of mankind, and the only thing standing in its way is Master Chief, a genetically advanced supersoldier. The Master Chief returns in ‘Halo 2’, with new vehicles, weapons, environments and more.
This time around, you can interact with your environment, wield two weapons at the same time, ride on opponents’ vehicles, and even switch sides to take on the role of a Covenant elite. Huh. ‘Halo 2’ also supports broadband multiplayer action via Xbox Live.
3. Red Dead Redemption
Developed by Rockstar San Diego, as a follow-up to the 2004 hit game ‘Red Dead Revolver’, ‘Red Dead Redemption’ is a Western epic, set at the turn of the 20th century, when the chaotic and chaotic badlands gave way. The growing reach of the government and the spread of the industrial age began.
The story of former outlaw, John Marston, ‘Red Dead Redemption’ takes players on a legendary adventure across the American border. Using Rockstar’s proprietary Rockstar Advanced Game Engine (RAZ), ‘Red Dead Redemption’ offers an open world environment for players to explore, including frontier towns, rolling prairies full of wildlife, and dangerous mountain passes – Each of which has a variety of endless flows.
Along the way, players experience gunfights and the heat of battle, meet a host of unique characters, struggle against the rigors of one of the world’s last remaining wildernesses, and eventually die of the barbarian. Let’s choose your own precarious path through an epic story. West and gunmen took up residence in it.
4. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Welcome to Vice City. Welcome to the 1980s. After a long time back at maximum security on the streets of Liberty City, Tommy Varsetti is sent to Vice City by his old boss, Sonny Forelli. They were nervous about his reappearance in Liberty City, so a trip south seemed like a good idea. But not all goes smoothly upon his arrival in the glamorous, hedonistic metropolis of Vice City. He is established and has no money and no goods.
Sonny wants his money back, but biker gangs, Cuban gangsters and corrupt politicians stand in his way. It seems like most of the people in Vice City want Tommy dead. His only answer is to fight back and take over the city himself.
Vice City offers vehicular pleasure to suit every taste. For the speed enthusiast, there are high-performance cars and motorbikes. For the sportsman, a powerboat or golf buggy lets you enjoy the great outdoors. For those who need a sense of freedom and escape, why not rent a helicopter and witness the beauty of Vice City from the air.
5. The Witcher 3
The Witcher 3 was one of the early games of the next generation. It continued the story of Geralt of Rivia – a witch who slays demons in order to survive. Although we’ve had two Witcher games before this, no one quite prepared for how satisfying and content-packed this entry in the franchise was going to be.
The game tells a fascinating story spread over a 40-hour long main campaign. The tales themselves are folktales, deeply sad and sometimes comical.