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Upgrade your desktop with these beautiful 4K gaming wallpapers

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Your desktop is boring. Tired. Lifeless. It badly needs a new outfit, and with that in mind we've put together a massive collection of lovely high-res PC game art to give it a fresh new look. Each of these 4K wallpapers (that's 3840x2160, pixel fans) has been set to a desktop-friendly 16:9 aspect ratio, and with minimal compression so they look super sharp on your monitor.

To download full size, click the icon at the top-right of each image.

Dishonored 2

(Image credit: Arkane Studios)
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Red Dead Redemption 2

(Image credit: Rockstar Studios)
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Control

(Image credit: Remedy Entertainment)
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Assassin's Creed Odyssey

(Image credit: Ubisoft Quebec)
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The Witcher 3

(Image credit: CD Projekt RED)
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Doom Eternal

(Image credit: id Software)
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Metro Exodus

(Image credit: 4A Games)
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Microsoft Flight Simulator

(Image credit: Asobo Studio)
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Monster Hunter: World

(Image credit: Capcom)
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Total War: Three Kingdoms

(Image credit: Creative Assembly)
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Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice

(Image credit: Ninja Theory)
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Shadow of the Tomb Raider

(Image credit: Eidos Montréal)
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Resident Evil 2 Remake

(Image credit: Capcom)
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L.A. Noire

(Image credit: Team Bondi)
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The Division 2

(Image credit: Massive Entertainment)
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Batman: Arkham Knight

(Image credit: Rocksteady Studios)
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Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire

(Image credit: Obsidian Entertainment)
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Forza Horizon 4

(Image credit: Playground Games)
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Star Wars Battlefront

(Image credit: EA DICE)
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Titanfall 2

(Image credit: Respawn Entertainment)
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Firewatch

(Image credit: Campo Santo)
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BioShock Infinite

(Image credit: Irrational Games)
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Alien: Isolation

(Image credit: Creative Assembly)
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

(Image credit: Bethesda Game Studios)
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No Man's Sky

(Image credit: Hello Games)
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Fallout 4

(Image credit: Bethesda Game Studios)
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Grand Theft Auto 5

(Image credit: Rockstar North)
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Dishonored

(Image credit: Arkane Studios)
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EVE Online

(Image credit: CCP Games)
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Fallout: New Vegas

(Image credit: Obsidian Entertainment)
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Watch Dogs 2

(Image credit: Ubisoft Montréal)
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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

(Image credit: PlatinumGames)
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Crysis 2

(Image credit: Crytek)
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Deus Ex: Human Revolution

(Image credit: Eidos Montréal)
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Broken Age

(Image credit: Double Fine)
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Prey

(Image credit: Arkane Studios)
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Mass Effect 3

(Image credit: BioWare)
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Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain

(Image credit: Kojima Productions)
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Fallout 3

(Image credit: Bethesda Game Studios)
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Dead Space 2

(Image credit: Visceral Games)
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Hitman

(Image credit: IO Interactive)
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Rise of the Tomb Raider

(Image credit: Crystal Dynamics)
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Doom

(Image credit: id Software)
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Child of Light

(Image credit: Ubisoft Montréal)
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Mirror's Edge Catalyst

(Image credit: EA DICE)
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Resident Evil 7

(Image credit: Capcom)
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If it’s set in space, Andy will probably write about it. He loves sci-fi, adventure games, taking screenshots, Twin Peaks, weird sims, Alien: Isolation, and anything with a good story.