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The best PC games you can play offline

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Eivor's Viking adventure through Norway and 9th century England should keep you busy for a while. Even if you've finished the main story, there's plenty of side content to keep any Viking occupied.

Platform: Ubisoft Connect


Something as simple as an internet connection—or lack of—isn't going to stop the Prince of the Underworld. Good news if you fancy jumping into this fast-paced action roguelike.

Platform: Steam


This co-op survival game set in the Viking afterlife has loads to do. Obviously, the co-op won't work without an internet connection, but there's nothing to stop you from playing solo.

Platform: Steam

Divinity: Original Sin 2

This vast, story-rich RPG should keep you busy for however long you need—though you might find it difficult to tear yourself away once you've started.

Platform: Steam

The Witcher 3

There's no such thing as playing The Witcher 3 too many times. So why not jump back into the beloved open-world RPG that gave rise to PCG's obsession with Tub Geralt?

Platform: GOG Galaxy 2.0

Crusader Kings 3

You might have been put off playing this historical grand-strategy from Paradox because of its complexity, but if you've got time to kill, it's well worth jumping into. 

Platform: Paradox launcher

Dishonored 2

If you fancy your chances as a stealthy supernatural assassin, taking down targets in Dishonored 2 is a great way to pass the time. 

Platform: Steam


Stellaris has a steep learning curve. Once you're past that though, mining planets, fending off hostile fleets, and expanding your empire makes this space-based strategy game incredibly satisfying.

Platform: Steam

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