Whether a game is good or not is often a matter of personal opinion, but we've put together this list of fantastic PC games that we like and that you might also be interested in.

We've played and analyzed a range of games, so you're sure to find something that suits you. Whether you're looking for a free Battle Royale, an immersive RPG or a tactical shooter, we've got a bit of everything for your entertainment.

The best PC games in 2022
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The best PC games in 2022

Here's a list of the best PC games available on various platforms, presented in no particular order.


PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, also known as PUBG, is perhaps the game that started the love for the Battle Royale gaming genre that is now appearing en masse. It's much more serious than Fortnite and has no base-building, but people love it.

PUBG began life on PC and has since been released on console and mobile too. If you really want to win chicken meals, this is the game for you. It's been updated since launch, which means players new and old can enjoy it.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is possibly one of the best PC games of all time. It's been around since 2015, but it still plays beautifully. We plunged about 150 hours into this mind-blowing RPG and loved every minute of it.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an extraordinary feat of game design, with a huge, jaw-dropping world to get lost in. From killing monsters to sleeping with women, The Witcher 3 has it all.


Deliverance is a fantastically challenging, often frustrating and always enjoyable open-world RPG set in the Holy Roman Empire. You play as Henry, the son of a blacksmith who finds himself plunged into the chaos of war as his friends and family are slaughtered in a mercenary attack that descends on his peaceful village. Henry then sets off on an adventure to help the inhabitants, fight the bandits and take part in the struggle for the future of Bohemia.

This is a brilliant RPG for anyone who likes the idea of having fun in medieval times. But don't expect to win every battle, because first you'll have to learn to fight and earn enough money to get good weapons, armor and a decent horse. After all, you're just a blacksmith, and being surrounded by knights in heavy armor usually results in a painful and messy death. We love this game and all the challenges it brings.

PC gamers will also appreciate that this game is a challenge for their system. Try running it on ultra settings and you'll be warned that these visuals are only for future hardware. It's like Crysis, but for the new era.

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla 

This is an undeniably spectacular game. We thought Origins and Odyssey were excellent, but Valhalla is something new and refreshing. We're now in the boots of a Viking warrior on the shores of ancient England wreaking havoc.

It's a fantastic take on the series, with a revamped skill system and incredible RPG elements that make it incredibly enjoyable for hours and hours. One of the highlights is the ability to call on your fellow Vikings to help raid nearby monasteries and enemy bases in search of resources to build your own.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 follows the previous Modern Warfare release of 2019 with an immersive single-player campaign, cooperative play and, of course, multiplayer.

Once again, the COD team has delivered a winning game that looks a lot like Modern Warfare, the original game from 2007. Fans of old Call of Duty games are sure to enjoy this one.

Hell Let Loose

Developed by a small independent team, designed in Unreal Engine 4 and focused on realistic gameplay, Hell Let Loose is another World War II game full of promise. This game reminds us of Post Scriptum and certainly looks like a full-blown tactical military simulator.

Although currently in Early Access, Hell Let Loose is definitely worth a look. If you're a fan of more serious military simulation shooters (like ARMA or Squad), you'll definitely enjoy this game. There's a lot of scrambling around the map, accidental team deaths and frustrating moments when you have no idea who killed you, but there's also a lot of fun, especially when playing with friends.

Teamwork is the key not only to your team's victory, but also to your enjoyment of this game. Put three players together and hop into a tank - with a careful driver, another at the main gun and another in command - and you'll quickly fight your way through enemy lines. You'll also experience how tough the battles of the Second World War were, when your turret takes forever to turn or you can see almost nothing through the tiny slits of vision at the front.