These are the best PC games of 2017 at the mid-way point of a surprisingly packed year.
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Bungie's Destiny 2 is coming to PCs, and it looks absolutely glorious running at 60 frames per second and 4K resolution.
Call of Duty: WWII returns to its roots to shake up a stale series.
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The brief Need for Speed Payback demo at EA Play is heavy on scripting, short on street racing.
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Nvidia's Ansel screenshot tool and Mass Effect: Andromeda's gorgeous graphics are a match made in art geek heaven.
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