The Best PC Games of 2019

2019 has been an amazing year for gaming in general, but PC games as usual has plenty of titles to offer from both big budget studios and indie studios. If you need to catch up, add these fantastic games to your list.

Monster Hunter: World

The latest installment of this beloved series lets you play as a hunter whose main goal is to trap or destroy gigantic monsters to collect gear. It can be played alone or in groups.

Into the Breach

Turn-based strategy games are not going away anytime especially with fun games like this. The game is set in a futuristic world where your goal is to defeat monsters called vek by using giant mechs you build over time.


Games with a mix of exploration and survival have been quite popular lately if you want a change of pace from popular games. This game puts you in an alien planet where you can explore its vast ocean, collect resources, and survive.


This game can be quite addictive if you love survival and city-building. The goal is to manage resources and build a city around a generator that can survive the harsh global winter.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire

This sequel features familiar and new faces from the first game. Set five years after the events of Pillars of Eternity, you will be playing as the watcher who can read the memories of the people as well as their past.

Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Rejoice Warhammer fans! This sequel to Warhammer: End Times Vermintide is set during the early days of the apocalyptic event after the first game and lets you play five different characters.


Another turn-based strategy gem, this game lets you take on the role of a commander of a mercenary band of combat vehicles. If you have played the board game Classic BattleTech, some of the mechanics will be familiar to you.

A Way Out

Looking for a couch on online co-op game to play with a friend? This unexpected hit will exceed your expectations. The goal is to escape with your buddy, who plays either as Leo or Vincent, from prison.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

What makes this game special is that it isn’t about a destined hero given a special task to save the world. Set in the Kingdom of Bohemia, you will get to experience the hardships of what it’s like to live in the Medieval Europe.


From the title itself, the goal is to make the most out of the 60-second time limit to uncover the truth of a curse and lift it.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

This sequel features the young king Evan who must try to rebuild his kingdom after being usurped.

Dead Cells

Dying in this game isn’t all that bad because you start off as a group of cells that control a dead body. Your goal is to collect items and cells as you progress.

Return of the Obra Dinn

Your goal is to uncover the mystery of the deaths and disappearances in an East India ghost ship using the different clues from the 60 crewmen.