The games PC Gamer's staff and contributors are into in early 2022.
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An enormous, exciting new take on the Dark Souls formula from a studio that's peerless in the branch of the action RPG genre it established.
A somber yet funny point-and-click adventure game set in a sci-fi dystopia known as South Louisiana. "A must-play for anyone interested in narrative-driven games," we said in our review.
The charming style of a classic Zelda game, but with sharper teeth: "difficult combat and meaningful exploration make Tunic a retro-inspired modern marvel," our reviewer said.
The hot new thing on Steam: A free-to-play Korean MMO that just got a wide release. Our reviewer Rick praised "the stunning combat and astonishing sense of scale."
We loved TTW3 when we reviewed it. "It goes in some strange directions, but always goes big, fully committing to Warhammer's wonderfully over-the-top brand of fantasy."
Hunt: Showdown has quietly become one of the PC's best multiplayer games. Along with Escape from Tarkov, we think it's the best evolution of the battle royale genre.
A challenging singleplayer brawler from the creators of Absolver. The structure is strange but compelling, and the dreamlike world is somewhat shallow, but looks spectacular.
Like everyone else, we've been starting our mornings with the word game phenomenon that NYT spent over a million bucks to own.
A 10-year-long story culminates in this enormous expansion for one of the best MMOs around; we called it "a fantastic send-off" which "leaves the door wide open for new adventures."
The former PlayStation exclusive about parenting and god drama is now on PC, and it's the best version of a fantastic game.