2018 has been one hell of a year for PC games. As the year draws to a close, we take a look back at some of the best PC games of 2018.
Black Ops 4
No surprises here. We loved Black Ops 4 at Expertec, especially Blackout.
In spite of some technical issues when the game runs on PC, Blackout effortlessly combines the battle royale genre with the familiar, creative world of the Call of Duty series to deliver an industry leading leading game with detailed plot, intricate maps, extensive arsenal of weapons and clean graphics.
Again, Fallout 76 is hardly an entirely new experience, but instead, take a familiar game play experience and adapts it to multiplayer.
Despite an uninteresting story that makes missions easily forgettable, Fallout 76 is a largely fun game play with perk cards and character progression the key focus. Although other players can impede your session, the group play mode is largely rewarding and enables you to enhance players' abilities individually to create an overall strong team.
To find out more about Fallout 76, read our review here.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey
As the 11th core instalment of Assassin's Creed, and 20th in the overall series, Assasin's Creed Odyssey had a lot to live up to.
Thankfully, it delivered. Combining the vast open worlds Assassin's Creed is known for with innovative new quests Odyssey broke the repetitive stereotype that role-playing genres, and indeed the Assassin's Creed series, has been critiqued for.
The latest in the Battlefield series has a relatively simple plot with minimal changes to the general format of the series.
And, although there were several technical issues such as bombers being overpowered and jaunty camera movements, the nostalgia of returning to the World War II setting for seasoned Battlefield gamers, the solo missions and extensive maps, which boast some of the series' best, put Battlefield V up there with our top games of 2018.
It's the game everyone was talking about in summer 2018 and obviously it's in our top games of 2018.
Although missions become a little repetitive at times, Fortnite shook the Battle Royal genre with its immense simplicity and created a game that provides immense fun, and at times frustration, for both individual and team play.
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