We've reached that point in the year again where, after all the arguments and negotiations and more than a few cuts, PC Gamer has selected its Top 100 for 2020—the best games we think you should be playing right now. You can see our verdict in the latest issue of the magazine, out now.
Along with our hefty Top 100, we chat to developers about their influences and, in this month's Special Report, dive into the science of hit boxes. And to mark the launch of Death Stranding, you can read about why it feels right at home on PC.
This month's previews kick off with Cyberpunk 2077 and our first hands-on, followed by Humankind, No Straight Roads and The Waylanders, which just launched in Early Access. On the review front, there's a bit of a Wild West theme with Desperados 3 and West of Dead, and you can also see if Persona 4 Golden was worth the 12-year wait.
In hardware, there's our tech report, buyer's guide and our SSD group test. They're increasingly a necessity, so we put the best SSDs through their paces to help you find the best one to cram inside your PC.
This month's free gift is the Ultimate Retro Gaming Guide, which would normally set you back £13.
Issue 348 is on shelves now and available on all your digital devices from the App Store and Zinio. You can also order direct from My Favourite Magazines or purchase a subscription to save yourself some cash, receive monthly deliveries and marvel at our exclusive subscriber covers, like this one:
- PC Gamer's Top 100
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- Our SSD group test
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