Bring your desktop to life with these amazing wallpapers.
You can buy Wallpaper Engine on Steam for $3.99/£2.99. Once you have the software, you can download as many wallpapers as you please. It supports a wide range of resolutions, and multiple monitor setups. Some wallpapers even offer Corsair iCUE and Razer Chrome support, along with audio tracks that play in the background.
We can't play Breath of the Wild on PC, but we can stare at this incredible painting of the lush hills of Hyrule instead. The swaying firs and billowing smoke plumes really add to the scene.
This is one of the two alternate covers released for Doom's 2016 reboot, and it's beautiful to see it in motion. The bobbing enemies draw your attention to some of the finer details in the piece.
If you're converting your office into a relaxed and moody gaming zone, settling down next to a roaring bonfire in Lordran's Tomb of the Giants feels especially comforting.
If you're looking for a classic PC gaming wallpaper, it has to be Half-Life. Gazing at City 17's Citadel and looking out over the rooftops almost makes it seem like you're staring through a real window.
Google's selection of 3440x1440 images is quite limited, so we're loving this killer UltraWide wallpaper. The subtle animation and vibrant pinks and deep blues help make this beastly art pop.
This wallpaper fully embraces the retro wave aesthetic. Its animation is a little heavier than the other wallpapers we've featured here, and its infinitely scrolling terrain is just mesmerizing to watch.
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