Best PC Games to Look For in 2019
So you’ve already set up your rig, you have your X rocker 5, your Nvidia Geforce RTX, your Gaming Keyboard and mouse, all set up on your new top of the line Merax Computer Desk. I know what you’re thinking, what’s the best way to test drive all this new equipment?
Well, here’s a list of the best PC games in 2019, just for you!
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
If you want challenging gameplay coupled with some great graphics and rewarding finishes, then you’re definitely in the right place. This game follows the winding path of a young wolf destined to rescue his master. The story leads you through 16th Century Japan, with weird twists and relentless enemies who will require quick reflexes and split-second decisions to defeat.
Sekiro is one of the more difficult games on this list, and it requires some pro skills and especially stealth to get through its ranks. There is no place to hide, you actually have to face your enemies head-on and eliminate them as best you can.
Far Cry 5
Far Cry rarely fails to make the list of great PC games. This is mainly due to the fact that you get complex missions like dismantling cults, taking out outposts, or even taking out aliens all in a single bound. The alien hunt is perhaps the most thrilling, with the little missions in rural Montana falling into a distant second place.
With Far Cry 5, you call the shots, you play at your own pace and in your own way, and you get plenty of add-on features that make the game totally worth it. If you liked Far Cry 4, or any of the previous versions of the series, then you are assured a good time with the latest Far Cry 5.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
Nothing quite gets the juices flowing like a stint at Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. You get a completely different, completely authentic experience as you scurry through the ruins of the Peloponnesian War, desperately trying to find your parents. You get a beautifully crafted world that lets you Ping-Pong between Athenians and Spartans, as you try to find balance, but the game will ultimately consume you into the depths of its brilliant design.
Ubisoft has done a great job in introducing the Creed franchise in a new light, with this game surpassing expectations both in terms of player experience and entertainment value.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
Who doesn’t like a game themed on ancient gods and treasure hunts? As one of the best RPGs on the PC gaming map today, 5 Pillars of Eternity II is causing huge waves on this front mostly due to its rich, complex, immersing storyline that is impossible to let go of once you start playing.
It’s a great game, with adventure points and chasing gods, and all the little plot points that constitute a great RPG series. If however, you want to get the full experience, then it is advisable, to begin with, the Pillars of Eternity I, just to get a feel of things. Then you can warm your way into this game gradually.
Dark Souls 3
Pro gamers are always up for a challenge, and that’s exactly what you get with Dark Souls 3. If you are not accustomed to complex gaming and combat systems that require various difficult combos, then perhaps this isn’t for you. The skill levels required, and the patience in terms of build-up are anything but garden variety.
It may not be as difficult as previous versions, but it is still up there among the most sought after the game due to its world of dark souls and apocalyptic vibe. It does suit casual gamers, however, but it does require a ton of patience to maneuver around and to get the optimal experience.
There are plenty of other games worth taking a look at, like BioShock, Alien Isolation, CounterStrike, or the more infamous Overwatch. All these games will give tweak your gaming experience in 2019.