Five PC Games to be Excited for This Year (2018)

"Last year was a fantastic year for gaming and 2018 is shaping up to be a great year as well with highly anticipated releases like God of War and Red Dead Redemption 2. As much as I am looking forward to playing those titles, there are a few other games for PC that I am particularly excited to play. Keep in mind a lot of these game are available on other platforms, but PC is where I plan on playing them. So, without further ado, here are my top five most anticipated games to play on PC in 2018." --
PC Gaming Enthusiast

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TedCruzsTaint360d ago

The new Walking Dead seems very promising. And, let's be real, all State of Decay 2 needs to be is a cleaned up version of the original to be a fantastic experience. Janky as it may have been, the original is one of my favorite titles. Put a disgusting amount of time into that one.

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Father__Merrin360d ago

All AAA titles like God of war

agent4532360d ago

For PC exclusives is:

Anno 1800 made by Ubisoft
Two Total War games
A new Age of Empires
A new civilization game
Quake Champions out of early access
Escape from Tarkov
Mechwarrior 5: mercenaries

The rest of PC exclusives come from indie game developers or obscure game developers. For example:

Frozen Synapse 2
Xenonauts 2 in 3D
Ashes of Creation

The problem with PC exclusives is the lack of reviews, hype, and. marketing.

ptownjbo360d ago

What? Did you just call Far Cry 5 and Sea of Thieves an indie game?

starchild359d ago

Wrong. PC gets exclusives of all types. And in addition to full PC exclusives it also gets quite a lot of exclusives it shares with either Xbox or PS4.

People who only own an Xbox One can't play games like Nioh, Hellblade and Nier Automata. While people who only own a PS4 can't play games like Quantum Break, Gears of War 4, Ori and the Blind Forest and Sea of Thieves. People who own a gaming PC can play all of them.

I wouldn't trade the PC's library for any other platform's library.

clockworkerr0r355d ago

I've been excited for We Happy Few ever since the early releases came out. It has such a unique concept and the overall vibe/aesthetic of the game really makes it stand out. It's definitely something I'll have to try out this year. Another one I'm really excited for is Nova Nukers. It's another indie game that's a competitive multiplayer. What really made it interesting to me is that they're using a spherical stage/map in a multiplayer, which I haven't seen before. I'm really interested to see how it works out, and how the weapons effect the environment.