Best PC games 2022: the must-play games you don't wanna miss

Nowadays, the best PC games are over and above anyone's expectations, and now that advancements like Microsoft Direct Storage are opening up, they will settle the score better. The days where PC games were really specific and specialty titles are finished, and presently the very best games that are making the PS5 and Xbox Series X worth purchasing are accessible on your PC.

Furthermore, it's not even that they're simply accessible, most games are preferred on PC over elsewhere. Because of the best designs cards, games look way better and run at a higher casing rate, causing the game to feel smoother and more responsive. What's more, assuming you have a ultrawide screen, numerous PC games can grow to take up your whole field of view, providing you with a degree of inundation that console gamers could merely fantasize about.

So whether you as of now have the best gaming PC you can assemble or on the other hand on the off chance that you're simply attempting to get a thought which games are accessible for PC, we'll assist you with observing the best PC games available at this moment. Lash in, in light of the fact that a portion of these games are genuinely a wild ride.

1. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher battling a monster with his powers

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is aging like fine wine. Even several years after it hit the streets, it’s still one of the most impressive open world games that’s ever existed – mixing Skyrim’s unapologetic scale with Grand Theft Auto V’s incredible depth. It’s such a jam-packed game, which is why it claims the top spot on our list of the best PC games in 2022. Staggering, beautiful and an absolute time sink – in a good way – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt isn’t just the best PC game of 2022 or among the best open world games on PC. It might just be one of the best video games of all time.

 2.Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2 leg kicking bandit off roof

Open-world zombie games may seem a little clichè these days but the Dying Light series has managed to keep things fresh with its parkour-style gameplay and day-night cycle, where the zombies go from slow and lumbering and extremely aggressive and much more dangerous.

In the brand-new sequel, not only do you get to explore a map that’s four times larger than in the original game but you’ll be able to make decisions that fundamentally change the in-game world, even opening up certain sections of the map depending on what you choose to do. And, like the original Dying Light, coop play allows you to tackle the game with up to three other players.

3.Half-Life: Alyx

Protagonist in Half-Life: Alyx encountering enemies

No game has been as anticipated for as much or as long as Half Life 3. So, as gamers will have to wait a little longer for it, Valve has graced us with what may be the most compelling reason to get a VR headset with Half-Life: Alyx.

Half-Life: Alyx is set 5 years before Half-Life 2. What starts as a rescue mission for the protagonist’s father evolves into attempting to steal a superweapon from the alien overlords. From the interactive puzzles, the well-thought out combat and the fantastic story, this prequel is a welcome dive back into the Half-Life world that has been universally praised for its quality.

If you’re looking for an excuse to get into VR gaming, this might be the one for you. Half-Life: Alyx’s attention to detail shows what can be done with VR when taken seriously.


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