11 PC Games You Can Play Forever


imageHow often do you hunt through your PC game library for something different and end up playing an old favorite instead? New games can be a big commitment.It might take hours to decide that a game is not for you, and you have only so much free time.The thing is, it’s OK to play one game forever .PC games often have a bit more depth and staying power than their console counterparts, and you can usually add mods for a richer long-term experience.Our picks here have almost infinite replay value and can keep you entertained for hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of hours.

More of a console gamer? Try our guides to the Best Xbox Series X/S Games , the Best PS5 Games , or the Best Nintendo Switch Games .

Updated April 2022: We’ve added Hades and Skyrim.

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[Simon Hill] has been writing about tech for more than a decade.He is a regular contributor for WIRED, but you can also find his work at Business Insider, Reviewed, TechRadar, Android Authority, USA Today, Digital Trends, and many other places.Before writing, he worked in games development.

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