We round up some of the most exciting new games coming to PC this year.
Kratos and son finally make their way to PC in a port of the much-loved action hack-and-slash. We can't wait to explore those Norse realms in gorgeous 4K.
The much-delayed zombies and parkour sequel brings a bigger map, and the return of dangerous night-time play that sees you stealthing along rooftops and through Infected nests.
FromSoftware returns to the Dark Souls formula, with the added spice of an open world setting. Last year's network test was hugely promising, so this could well be a classic.
A pseudo-remake with a story inspired by 1987's Final Fantasy. This redux uses a mashup of the Final Fantasy 7 remake's combat engine, spliced with elements of Team Ninja's Nioh series.
Volition is rebooting its wacky action in the American southwest. Here's hoping the final game gets a better reception than that debut trailer.
Bethesda's first new series in years looks set to be "Skyrim in space". We're expecting tons of exciting exploration and dangerous spaceflight within the Settled Systems.
The latest entry in Relic's World War 2 RTS series is set in Italy and North Africa. New features include a tactical pause system for single-player and dynamic cover.
Four members of the Bat Family watch over Gotham in the Dark Knight's absence in this new action game. Tackle the big bads of the Court of Owls either solo or in two-player co-op.
The most anticipated PC sequel of the year will let you establish colonies, embrace interstellar travel, and explode innumerable spacecraft before the horrified and fascinated Kerbonauts.