Browse our massive list of Top Pc Games coming out this year.

Top Pc Games – Last year saw an incredible number of games release on Steam and elsewhere, and in 2017, a new game will probably come out every time you blink. To map out what to look forward to this year, we’ve collected a giant list of games scheduled for 2017 releases. Buckle in, there’s a lot to cover.

We’ll update this post ( Top Pc Games ) throughout the year to keep up with new announcements and game releases.

Action and FPS 

Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Release date: March 7, 2017
Developer: Ubisoft Paris
Link: Official site

Take a big open world, stuff it with 100 Far Cry-type outpost missions, and jump in with some co-op partners. Ghost Recon: Wildlands takes place in a Bolivian landmass where four players comprise a military taskforce sent to disrupt a drug cartel and the government it’s aligned with. While players may have a specific missions—whether it’s to steal some intel or kidnap an informant—how they choose to tackle it is up to them. Guns blazing? Stealth? Or, as often happens, failed stealth that leads to guns blazing?

The open world—the first in Ghost Recon’s ten-game history—promises diverse environments like mountains, forests, and deserts, explorable by ground vehicles, helicopters, and parachutes. The setting is close to modern day, so weapons and gear aren’t as futuristic as they have been in earlier Recon games.

We gave Wildlands a go during the closed beta, and had a pretty good time. It was mostly antics, though.

Prey

Release date: 2017
Developer: Arkane
Link: Official site

New Prey has nothing to do with the old Prey, or Prey 2, which was cancelled back in 2014. Now in the hands of Arkane’s Austin studio, Prey is only familiar in name. Set in an alternate history where President Kennedy was never assassinated, the Soviets and the States continued their rivalry, until one took control of the Kletka Program, a space installation meant to control an alien threat. The project is eventually abandoned, and a corporation takes over (uh-oh), turning the station into “a cutting edge innovation center” called Talos 1. Big surprise, things don’t go well.

You play as Morgan Yu (with a gender of your choice), who happens to be on board when the alien threat gets particularly threatening. From there, it’s a matter of survival and getting to the bottom of what went wrong. Expect plenty of shooting and exploration, and most interestingly, shape-shifting. You and the alien threat can take on nearly any form. An inconspicuous mug or trash bin might be an alien in wait, or if they’re hunting you down, try the mug life for yourself.

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam

Release date: 2017
Developer: Tripwire
Link: Official site

We loved the asymmetry of Rising Storm, the authenticity-focused WWII shooter we named our Multiplayer Game of the Year in 2013, and it’s even more dramatic in the Vietnam-set sequel. The Americans are loud and fast, skimming the treetops with helicopters, while the Viet Cong spawn in squad tunnels, appearing behind capture points and ambushing LZs. More than being a good shot, strictly managed teamwork remains the key to success. Tyler tried his hand at both piloting helicopters and manning their guns, and found it nigh on impossible to hit anything without spotters and direction over comms.

The addition of modern, automatic weapons might be an even bigger shift for the series than helicopters, though, as part of the Red Orchestra and Rising Storm identity has been their demand for precision aiming with bolt-action and semi-auto weapons. But the quest for authenticity hasn’t changed here. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam’s guns aren’t easy to handle by any means, and scoring kills still sometimes means picking out specks on the horizon and taking cautious, well-planned shots. Read more about Vietnam’s helicopters, guns, and new mode in our hands-on preview from August.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

 Release date: January 24, 2017 (Out now)
Developer: Capcom
Link: Steam page

The spooks came early in 2017, with a first-person Resident Evil that we loved. “It’s a return to the atmospheric, slow-burning horror of the original, with a few nods to contemporary games like Alien: Isolation and Amnesia,” wrote Andy in our review. Later, he elaborated on how the game saved a troubled series.

Needless to say, Andy’s a fan, as is the rest of PC Gamer. James also tried RE7 on PSVR and lamented the exclusivity deal that’s currently preventing us from such a good (horrifying) VR experience on PC. It’s a damn shame, as he said, but otherwise the PC version is in good shape—outside of its 90 fps cap and lack of ultrawide support.

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition

 Release date: April 7, 2017
Developer: People Can Fly
Link: Steam page

A remaster of a wildly over-the-top, inventive FPS that asks you to electro-whip enemies into spike traps and explosions and your big-ass boot as often as you shoot them. It’s still a blast if you missed it the first time around. The old version’s cheap on Steam, while the new Full Clip edition includes remastered graphics and audio, a campaign mode that gives you every weapon from the start, and more levels for the score attack Echo mode. Oh, and you can play the whole campaign as Duke Nukem, with new dialogue that probably includes a lot of cuss words.

Sea of Thieves

Release date: 2017
Developer: Rare
Link: Official site

Rare’s ambitious pirating MMO adventure (or, more accurately, massively co-op adventure) aims to let you do whatever you’d expect from the pirate life alongside a crew of your best mateys. That means searching for treasure, drinking grog, sailing, and fighting ship battles against other pirate crews, but Rare still seems to be working out the exact scope of your activities and how this living pirate world will work. The most interesting choice is the bold lack of UI. You’ll find almost no sign of reticles or health bars or maps or any of the usual clutter in Sea of Thieves.

Friday the 13th: The Game 

Release date: Spring 2017
Developer: Gun Media
Link: Official site

Delayed a few months so the devs could include a single-player mode with bots, this asymmetrical multiplayer game pits one player—as the unstoppable movie slasher Jason Voorhees—against the rest, who play as campers at Crystal Lake, the one place everyone should know by now is not a great place to camp. Jason will enjoy all manner of brutal means to dispatch his prey, be it smashing their faces into a tree, impaling them on spikes, or just going hog-wild with a machete. Campers won’t be entirely helpless, however, and we’re promised that by working together it is in fact possible not to simply elude and survive, but to actually take Jason down.

Red Dead Redemption 2

Release date: Fall 2017
Developer: Rockstar Studios
Link: Official site

Rockstar has done it again: announced a highly-anticipated game without mentioning whether or not it will come to PC. The original Red Dead Redemption never came to PC, but this feels more like a repeat of GTA V than that.

Assuming we’re right, we seem to be looking at a Magnificent Seven approach to the western—or at least, there are seven riders conspicuously featured in the debut teaser. Rockstar is also touting multiplayer, which will presumably look something like GTA Online, but with people running you over with trains instead of cars.

Sniper Elite 4

Release date: February 14, 2017
Developer: Rebellion Developments
Link: Official Site

If you don’t have a date for Valentine’s Day, no worries: you can spend your the romantic holiday shooting Nazis in the nuts. We got a look at Sniper Elite 4 during 2016’s GDC, and the World War II third-person sandbox shooter featured stealth, melee kills, and a whole lot of disturbingly graphic slow-motion x-ray sniper shots the series is famous for. The maps look impressively large this time around, with its smallest still three times bigger than any map from the previous game.

Strafe

Release date: Early 2017
Developer: Pixel Titans
Link: Official site
Strafe is a deliberately antiquated FPS, borrowing from the bread and butter simplicity of Quake’s breakneck template. It’s not just a nostalgia trip, though: Strafe is also pulls from Rogue. That genre’s interminable revival is starting to grate on a lot of people, but if Pixel Titans manages to achieve the fluidity of the ye olde shooters, playing this over and over again will be a joy. Plus, it’s genuinely funny and, with its rough 1990s aesthetic, quite beautiful too, if you came up during that era.
Dusk

Release date: 2017
Developer: David Szymanski
Link: Steam

An ode to southern gothic horror and Quake-era FPS design, Dusk is aiming for the low-poly scares and hectic precision shooter action a good chunk of PC gamers grew up on. So far, it’s pitch perfect, throwing chainsaw-wielding maniacs, witches, and all sorts of occult enemies your way in massive levels hiding secrets rooms, weapons, and bosses in every corner.

Metal Gear Survive

Release date: 2017
Developer: Konami
Link: Official site

A four-player co-op stealth game with zombies that is also Metal Gear? Well, OK. We expected things would change at Konami post-Kojima, and this is certainly a change. After being sucked out of Mother Base by a rogue wormhole, you wake up in an alien landscape that looks suspiciously like the Middle East, and must battle hordes of the undead with your fellow grunts. There’s plenty of MGS 5-style stealth, fulton devices, and both base infiltration and defense in the 15 minutes of gameplay you can see below.

Desync

Release date: Early 2017
Developer: The Foregone Syndicate
Link: Steam page

Coated in the neon colour schemes of 1980s cyberpunk, Desync is among the most visually striking shooters you’re likely to see in 2017. Developed by Melbourne studio The Foregone Syndicate, Desync is a precision-oriented twitch shooter with a focus on performative gameplay: basically, it rewards you for pulling off kills in the most spectacular ways possible. The studio is also working on a bafflingly granular leaderboard system, incentivising stylish play. If you can imagine a strange meeting of Hotline Miami, Lovely Planet, and Quake, you’re close to how Desync plays out.

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

Release date: January 27 2017
Developer: CI Games
Link: Official site

A modern military shooter sequel that blends the long-range marksmanship that you’d expect from the title with stealth and action approaches supported by lots of Clancy-style gadgets. Maps are large with lots of defensive positions to bypass, camps to raid, and security systems to manipulate.

Crackdown 3

Release date: 2017
Developer: Reagent Games
Link: Official site

The latest in open world orb collection is due this year, no longer an Xbox exclusive. In earlier entries, you jump, punch, and shoot your way around a big city, collecting power orbs that upgrade your jumping, punching, and shooting powers. It’s a simple loop, and Crackdown 3 likely won’t stray far from supersoldier sandboxing, but this time around the entire city is fully destructible. You can take out entire skyscrapers, and they won’t just animate collapse and disappear—they’ll break into fully rendered physics pieces, which should make for some interesting benchmarks on the PC.

Agents of Mayhem

Release date: 2017
Developer: Deep Silver Volition
Link: Steam page

Set in the Saints Row universe, Agents of Mayhem is essentially a rebranding and reboot of the series. It’s got a more cartoony look than the rest of the Saints Row games, and a near-future pseudo-superhero setting somewhat reminiscent of Overwatch. Although developer Volition is calling it a “sister game” to Saints Row, it doesn’t look too far off from its sibling. The over the top action and adult humor we’ve come to expect is still there, but the new direction has given the studio a chance to branch out from other pre-existing conventions of the series.

Quake Champions

Release date: 2017
Developer: id Software
Link: Official site

The newest game in the Quake series, Quake Champions is a fast paced arena shooter. New to the series in this game is the addition of, you guessed it, champions who each have unique abilities. There was initially a sense of trepidation when the idea was announced, given Quake has always been seen as a ‘pure’ FPS experience, but the first gameplay trailer released showed it still looks as fast and lethal as the series has ever been. Still, we’ll have to wait and see if that’s really the case when we actually get our hands on it later this year.

Scalebound

Release date: 2017
Developer: Platinum Games
Link: Official site

Update: Scalebound has been cancelled.

Devil May Cry creator Hideki Kamiya’s next action game has: co-op, dragons, punching, and gigantic bosses. That set-up sounds a bit like Capcom’s Lost Planet series, but with Platinum Games and Kamiya behind the wheel (horns?) Scalebound may end up a far more satisfying action game. There are also some clear RPG elements at play, with damage numbers popping out of enemies and equipment for range and melee combat. To be honest, it’s still a bit hard to get a handle on everything in Scalebound except the main character Drew and his dragon Thuban, who are linked together in a total Dragonheart scenario.

Tokyo 42

Release date: 2017
Developer: SMAC Games
Link: Official site

As the self-described “lovechild of Syndicate and GTA 1,” Tokyo 42 is a stylish sci-fi take on isometric open world mayhem. The camera takes a much higher perch than typical, turning your character into a tiny blip on the screen, but retains the arsenal and abilities you’d expect from a big budget open world romp. Use stealth or go in with weapons drawn in a colorful take on future Tokyo sometime in early 2017.

Squad

Release date: Mid 2017
Developer: Offworld Industries
Link: Official site

Squad has quickly become one of our favorite multiplayer shooters, and steady updates has helped the game change a lot over 2016. Big puzzle pieces like vehicles and logistics have finally snapped into place, and developer Offworld is planning for a final version release during 2017. We particularly love how Squad emphasizes voice chat and teamwork, which makes finding a good squad a magical experience filled with friends and swearing.

Insurgency: Sandstorm

Release date: 2017
Developer: New World Interactive
Link: Official site

Insurgency is a reliably great time for shooter fans looking for something a bit grittier than Call of Duty, but not quite as coarse as Arma. With Insurgency: Sandstorm, the game is jumping to a new engine, new visuals, and adding a storyline. Is it an expansion? A reboot? Don’t ask questions while we’re trying to aim.

Overkill’s The Walking Dead

 Release date: Second half of 2017
Developer: Overkill (Obviously)
Link: Official site

We were really hoping to sink our decaying teeth into this new Walking Dead shooter made by Overkill, the folks behind Payday and Payday 2, in 2016. Some business things happened in an official business capacity (or something—we don’t really understand how business works), and Overkill’s Walking Dead got pushed to late 2017 to make time for a global release in Asian and Western markets.

Hopefully the delay and infusion of cash will help the game shine, because the last Walking Dead FPS we got was a total load of bum.

Styx: Shards of Darkness

Release date: March 2017
Developer: Cyanide
Link: Official site

In the realm of fantasy-stealth-goblin games, Styx: Master of Shadows was one of the best. We’re excited to check out the sequel from Cyanide, Shards of Darkness. While sneaking, stealing, and assassinating to your little goblin heart’s content, expect to use a lot of potions to create controllable clones of yourself, set acid traps, and turn invisible. Plus, the fantasy setting and stark, fire-cast lighting looks excellent.

John Wick Chronicles

Release date: February 10, 2017
Developer: Starbreeze Studios
Link: Steam page

It’s fitting that one of the first really interesting VR games for the HTC Vive is John Wick, a movie famous for looking like an FPS video game. John Wick Chronicles is timed to come out with the second John Wick movie, and the full-body movement mechanics in the Vive should look and feel great in the film’s gritty suits-and-neon world.

TimeSplitters: Rewind

Release date: 2017
Developer:  Cedar Interactive Arts
Link: Official site

This fan-made, multiplayer focused TimeSplitters game (which has Crytek’s blessing) is still alive, and according to the latest teaser below, the team is now aiming for a release this year. We wrote a little about Rewind all that way back in 2013.

Hello Neighbor

Release date: Summer 2017
Developer: Dynamic Pixels
Link: Official site

Alfred Hitchcock described the difference between surprise and suspense in terms of a bomb: if a bomb explodes, that’s surprise;  if you can see a bomb about to explode, that’s suspense. Hello Neighbor is so damn thick with suspense that we get ulcers from watching the trailer.

Panoptic

Release date: 2017 (Early Access)
Developer: Team Panoptes
Link: Steam page

One player, the eye in the sky ‘Overseer,’ wears an HTC Vive headset and surveys a complex structure of stairs and platforms. Another person plays as the ‘Challenger’ on a regular monitor, running and hiding from the Overseer’s gaze as they attempt to escape a prison. It’s a creative, asymmetrical use of VR for multiplayer.

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