The neverending stream of players for PC games can be difficult to choose for gamers on which games to play. Nowadays, there are so many games that will almost make you have an overwhelming feeling whether you are a casual fan or an avid gamer. So here are the lists of the PC games that you might wanna try as soon as possible.
There’s an era of white-knuckle desperation about XCOM 2 set 20 years after humanity canonically lost XCOM enemy unknown. We’re now fighting to overthrow an alien occupation of the planet. It’s a very thematically appropriate scenario for a game about taking four to six-person squads into battle against an initially superior alien force.
A great backdrop for these unpredictable tactically deep and addictive battles. One of the best single player pc games of all time, just like before XCOM’s high-stakes turn-based tactical combat dares you to become attached to your customizable characters, knowing that on any given mission they could be permanently killed off because of mistakes or just bad luck.
Deciding how yo use each soldiers’ abilities then crossing your fingers and hoping they’ll take their shot creates non-stop tense triumphant and tragic moments. Choosing not to reload to save after a bad turn and accepting the consequences takes an iron will or the courage to enable the Ironman mode.
One of XCOM 2’s big strengths is how it resists falling into repetitious patterns. Every time though the campaign which can last between 20 and 30 hours you’ll see a random assortment of weapon modifications, soldier stat boosts, special ammo, grenade types, psionic powers, bonuses for covering continents with your resistance network, and more.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
We used to call this the Project Z, but once the dust settled Bandai Namco made it clear that we’ll be getting a new look at the Dragonball Z arc we’ve loved a million times before. With a focus on Kakarot’s journey, that means we’ll relive the iconic events of the anime through the eyes of Goku. And, all in today’s new and improved visuals.
As an action RPG, expect a lot of high-flying fighting across the landmarks of the Dragonball universe. Bandai Namco’s recent announcements have revealed that beloved characters like Cell, Gohan, and so much more, will be joining in the adventure.
The Last Of Us II
One of the 2020s most anticipated titles. This sequel takes you to the shoes of a hardened and mature Ellie with her own ways of survival. Still set in a post-apocalyptic world, escape from the dangers of power-hungry humans and mysterious “Klickers” who are now evolved and ready to ruin your day.
The game’s recent upgrades come from its new traversal mechanics. Ellie can now jump, bringing more verticality to stealth missions and taking down enemies. Aside from that, not only does this sequel focuses more on Ellie, but Joel also makes an appearance, although its remains an enigma as to why he returns. Packed with more gritty action and atmospheric backdrops, The Last of Us II’s hype is palpable.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
Classic pen and paper RPGs weren’t something you could do solo. But thanks to technology, you can say bye-bye to your DM. Now, White Wolf’s Vampire: The Masquerade makes a much-awaited comeback since their cult classic days way back in 2004. From the looks of their trailers, facial animation might be a little stuck in the past, but the reception from the news has been positive overall.
Continue your vampiric adventure in the 21st century and settle into the underworld gloom of nighttime Seattle. The choice still plays a massive part in the gameplay, and it comes out through your character’s backgrounds, as well as the decisions you make in the various dialogs and interactions.
Even with the multi-player boom, solo players with the heart for an immersive story still have a lot to look forward to this year. By choosing games to play, it’s a kind of thing that is so hard to deal for solo players. But, by playing those games mentioned above, you won’t be able to regret as long as you play those games. Just fall for it and feel the vibe.