As we come to the end of another year, let's look ahead to 2022 (and beyond) with the list of 33 of the mostanticipated PC titles.
Timestamps: 00:25 - Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League 00:57 - Ghostwire: Tokyo 01:20 - Overwatch 2 02:03 - Saints Row 02:34 - Dying Light 2 02:59 - Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake 03:21 - Diablo IV 04:07 - The Elder Scrolls VI 04:24 - The Next Mass Effect 04:54 - Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga 05:20 - Starfield 05:42 - Baldur's Gate 3 06:08 - Avowed 06:39 - Elden Ring 07:09 - System Shock 07:42 - Star Citizen 08:27 - Fable 08:54 - Forspoken 09:14 - Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 09:36 - Everwild 09:58 - Gotham Knights 10:31 - Scorn 10:54 - Kerbal Space Program 2 11:21 - The Lord of the Rings: Gollum 11:35 - Homeworld 3 12:07 - Rainbow Six Extraction 12:43 - Redfall 13:06 - Senua's Saga: Hellblade II 13:33 - Monster Hunter Rise 14:06 - Company of Heroes 3 14:35 - S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 15:06 - Total War Warhammer 3 15:33 - Two Points Campus
Despite the new generation of consoles, PC remains its own unique gaming platform that can provide experiences you might not be able to find on other systems while also offering a place to play multiplatform games at their best. PC's seemingly infinite backlog of games makes it a beast of a platform, and there's just as much to look forward to in 2022 and beyond.
It's exciting that PC gamers have options for even more powerful video cards with Nvidia's RTX 30-series and AMD's RX 6000-series (if you can find them), providing more graphical horsepower than ever before and new features like ray tracing and AI-driven supersampling. But while PC pushes innovation in graphics and performance, what matters most is the games. And if you need a cheat sheet for what's in your PC gaming future, and details on why you should be excited for each of these upcoming titles, we have you covered. Plus, if you’re looking for some of the best PC games to play right now, we've got a great list for that too.