Competitive games are now more popular than ever, but that doesn’t mean the single-player title has been thrown to the curb. Expansive open-world games are a staple in the market, and this type of excursion is perfect for solo adventures. PC gamers also have access to some great strategy titles that can be enjoyed offline against NPC opponents.
No matter your taste, there is definitely a single player PC game that you will enjoy. The following list is by no means complete, but this entry is one of the best solo titles that you can dive into on your computer.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
This should not be surprising, but the extensive Bethesda epic is one of the best single player games on PC. Players are free to do whatever they want while exploring the snowy landscape of Skyrim. A long, long story is present for people who need a little guidance, but before long you will go on an unsupervised adventure in labyrinthine caves, sneak through castles on the search for valuables, and turn the game into your heart’s content. Skyrim is one of the most popular games in the last decade, and it’s easy to find out the reason.
Red Dead Redemption 2
It doesn’t get as much excitement as Grand Theft Auto, but Rockstar’s opinion of the wild is his own masterpiece. Step into Arthur Morgan’s shoes from the Van der Linde gang as he struggles to adapt to a world that is slowly becoming more civilized.
When the game jumps from the console to the PC, it gets a number of new weapons, missions, hiding places and improved graphics. PC is undoubtedly the best way to experience Red Dead Redemption 2, and it gives players a living world to explore that will keep them busy for years to come.
Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey
Assassin’s Creed franchise has fallen into a little habit before release Odyssey. Because of this, Ubisoft decided to extend the development time for this installment – something that was immediately proven. Gathering the best reviews this series has seen in years, Odyssey far more focused on the aspect of playing the role than before, offering many endings and various ways to complete a particular quest.
Players can unlock new abilities using large branching skill trees, and almost every other aspect of the game has seen some form of improvement. One thing that hasn’t changed too much is the plot, which is as strange as the past titles and is still hopping in time, thanks to Animus. Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla release later this year, so now is the right time to dive Odyssey.
Somehow, Eternal Apocalypse able to translate everything we like from original games while modernizing them for a new audience. It’s fast, brutal, and your adrenaline will pump in a few minutes after playing. There are multiplayer modes available, but single player campaigns are the most interesting Eternal Apocalypse.
Unlike many shooters who throw dozens of weapons and similar attachments at you, Eternal ApocalypseThe unlimited arsenal consists of weapons that are truly unique. You will use firearms such as Plasma Rifle, BFG 9000, and Combat Shotgun, each of which is useful in very specific situations but all have the same goal – move the action forward and keep demons away.
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
By far the best game in the Witcher series, Illegal hunting continue Geralt’s journey as he looks for Ciri, daughter of Emperor Emhyr. There is enough political intrigue to make Game of Thrones jealous, and lots of content to keep players busy for months.
The Witcher 3 has also received a lot of expansion, adding a beautiful new storyline to the Continent. It doesn’t offer as much freedom as the other RPGs on this list – Skyrim – but it gives the narration player a more perfect and complex battle system that embarrasss other titles.
Anyone who is looking for a complicated strategy game should look no further than Civilization VI. Players will take on the role of one of 20 historical leaders as they try to build the most powerful civilization in the world. Bartering, fighting, and managing resources are the top priorities, and Civilization VI makes it easy to lose track of time with engaging gameplay.
“Just one more round” has been the mantra of many Civ players, because they stayed up late at night building their virtual dynasties. This strategy game turns out to be easy to learn, but skilled players know that there are more things to look for than they seem. Newcomers and seasoned strategists will find many things to love Civilization VI.
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
From the developer Dark souls come Ax, a punitive action adventure included in the best game ever reviewed in 2019. This isn’t the easiest title around, but once the combat system clicks, you will be hooked.
You will slowly work through beautiful – but frightening – 1500s Japan, gain new skills and increase your strength with every small victory. Some bosses in his world will make you destroy your controller with frustration, only to breathe a sigh of relief when you finally find their weaknesses.
You have to give it to them – the team at Bethesda knows how to make a great open world title. The Fall 76 might be a bit flat, but the installments of the latest single player in the franchise stand as evidence of what the team can achieve while sticking to what it knows best.
As Skyrim, Fall 4 giving players a big, post-apocalyptic world to explore in any way they want. The VAT system generates returns from previous games, allowing you to slow down the action and target certain body parts at your enemies. This is a unique system, and that will make you play for hundreds of hours.
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Elysium Disco is a love letter for a classic RPG. Featuring an open world, turn-based battles, and twisted narratives full of colorful characters, this is a game that will last with you past the final credit.
The player acts as a detective in the city of Revachol, a place full of drugs, crime, and violence. When you interact with suspects using a branching dialogue system, you will quickly become involved in a murder case where nothing is first seen.
Although the single-player mode does not receive the same attention as Grand Theft Auto Online, GTA V it still stands out as one of the best solo games on the market. Los Santos is a virtual playground, full of entertaining ways to disrupt law enforcement and disturb its citizens.
It will take around 30 hours to beat the basic game, but the settler will roam the streets of Los Santos for more than 80 hours before moving away from their keyboards. With three playable characters that can be exchanged at any time, GTA V proving that there are still ways to innovate on ancient GTA formulas.
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