Some of our most recent games might not be piping hot straight from the oven, but they provide hours of gaming fun and a hefty battle. These PC titles range from the captivating detective story of Duck Detective, to the destructive engine based on physics in Teardown.

Ninja Theory’s Hellblade proved that a purely first-person game can tackle an arduous subject through a sensitivity, responsive storytelling and a rich binaural audio. Its follow-up, Hellblade 2, builds upon the success of the first game with an even more immersive experience and an in-depth exploration of the psychosis Senua endures.

Final Fantasy XIV is one of the most well-crafted and expansive MMOs available. Endwalker is the latest expansion, is a satisfying end to the 8+ year narrative, bringing back some old characters as well as settling scores and saving the world.

Divinity Original Sin 2 is a remake of the isometric CRPG for contemporary gamers. Its multi-layered story, poetic script, intricate characters and party building mechanics have raised the standard for dungeon-crawlers.

The Stanley Parable pokes fun at video game tropes with wry humor that hasn’t changed. Its Ultra Deluxe edition brings a visual refresh as well as more content, but the sharp pokes remain.