Some of our most recent games may not be hot out of the oven, however they still provide hours of gaming enjoyment and a hefty battle. From the captivating detective story of Duck Detective to the physics-based destruction engine of Teardown These games are among the best of the crop on PC.

Ninja Theory’s Hellblade proved that a first person game can tackle a tough topic with a sensitive, responsive storytelling and a rich binaural audio. The sequel, Hellblade 2, builds on the previous game’s success by offering an even more immersive experience as well as an in-depth investigation of the psychological issues Senua endures.

Final Fantasy XIV is one of the most refined and expansive MMOs available. Its most recent expansion, Endwalker, delivers a satisfying conclusion to its eightplus years of narrative arc that brings back some old faces, settling scores and rescuing the world from catastrophe.

Divinity Original Sin 2 is a reinventing the isometric CRPG, specifically for modern players. Its brilliantly evocative writing and developing storyline, complex characters, and party building mechanics set the bar for new Dungeon crawlers.

The Stanley Parable skewers tried-and-true video game tropes and has a wry sense of humor that’s not gotten old a bit. The Ultra Deluxe Edition brings a visual overhaul and new content however the sharp pokes remain there.