These are the top 11 free PC games to play in 2020.

For PC gamers, there has never been a better time. Not a day goes by without a new video game being released. Is it not going to be expensive? But fear not. There are many excellent free PC games available.

So many free games are available, so choosing one to play could be challenging. Here are the best free PC games of 2020. The “Genre Alternatives” are all freely accessible as well.

1. Fortnite

The Fortnite Battle Royale video game from Epic Games took the world by storm in 2017. Since then, it hasn’t slowed down, garnering more viewers and gamers while also being released on other video game platforms.

The market for free-to-play battle royale games is saturated. Despite what other development teams offer, Fortnite beats the competition with its accessible gameplay and furious cartoon-style action.

Additionally, Epic Games keeps Fortnite interesting. Users are drawn to the game by the ongoing addition of new content in search of better skins for their in-game characters, weapons, and Fortnite’s iconic winning dances.

Epic Games is constantly altering the Fortnite setting and the game’s maps to advance the story.

2. Dwarf Fortress 

The most intriguing, engaging, and infuriating video game ever made is Dwarf Fortress. The developers of Dwarf Fortress, Bay 12 Games, continue to provide free updates for the game. So, precisely what is it?

You can play Dwarf Fortress as a roguelike, management sim, exploration level, and more. It’s because countless alternatives are available to you as you work to keep your dwarven colony healthy, content, fed, and productive.

3. Exile’s Path 

Path of Exile will appeal to those who enjoy Diablo and other dungeon-crawling RPGs. The 2013 game Path of Exile, which has since received numerous upgrades, is currently one of the best free-to-play titles.

The plot, which revolves around clichés from old role-playing games like being washed ashore, lost, and wearing rags while competing to become the greatest beast slayer, isn’t that compelling. The massive skill trees, fantastic loot, and frequent additions of new enemies, game mechanics, and play styles in Path of Exile, however, help it build a unique character.

4. Arena for Magic: The Gathering

A free digital collectible card game called Magic: The Gathering Arena brings the well-known Magic: The Gathering (MTG) game to your PC.

The wildly popular tabletop battle card game has been digitally adapted, but MTG Arena isn’t the first. However, it is the first digital rendition of MTG to adhere to the tabletop meta, enabling players to create decks that correlate to the expansions of the actual game.

This is another way that MTG Arena resembles a traditional MTG game. You can still open packs to get new and uncommon booster cards, play land cards to build your deck, and produce mana.

5. Destiny 2

2019 saw Destiny 2’s transition to a free-to-play model, enabling anybody to access Bungie’s online-only first-person shooter. Bungie modified the power level cap, content drops, weapons, armor, and class systems to encourage both returning and new players to access the latest content. Also revealed were recent extraterrestrial locations to explore in Destiny 2 and new game types.

The result is a massively multiplayer space shooter where three rival factions engage in combat to control the Destiny 2 universe. If you’re new to Destiny 2, check out our beginner’s guide.

Even if you don’t plan to spend much time in Destiny 2, the frequently breathtaking views and magnificent dungeons are worth exploring. Oh, and riding the Sparrows about is also a joy.

6. StarCraft II

In 2017, Blizzard provided StarCraft II without charge. One of the most excellent real-time strategy (RTS) games ever is now accessible for no cost. The single-player campaign from StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is included in the free-to-play edition, but neither the Heart of the Swarm, Legacy of the Void, or Nova Covert Ops.

The free version of StarCraft II also includes the ranked multiplayer league tables. We’re not sure why you would subject yourself to such an ordeal. 

7. Heroes of the Storm

The firm has a lot to offer, from its all-conquering RTS to the game it doesn’t classify as a MOBA. Heroes of the Storm contains five-on-five combat, lanes, a sizable hero selection (taken from other Blizzard games), and a focus on four unique roles, so even if it isn’t a MOBA, it certainly fits the bill.

Compared to its more well-known (or infamous) rivals, League of Legends and Dota 2, Heroes of the Storm is much more approachable. The game options vary for each battle to keep it interesting, the audience seems more open, and the roles are simpler to understand.

8. Planetside 2

In the first-person shooter Planetside 2, multiplayer online, you battle to control numerous locations on continental terrain. With up to 2,000 players taking part in the competition at once, Planetside 2 is an expert in epic scale. You can spend hours fighting one opponent, log off for a few hours, and rejoin the fight.

For players switching from Battlefield or Call of Duty, the most significant difference is the time it takes to master and level up skills and weaponry. Such specialized talents require a lot of practice to develop. It’s not a grind because the battles ebb and flow and you aren’t limited to approaching the combat from one direction (or vehicle, for that matter).

9. The Forza Motorsport 6: Apex update

Forza Motorsport 6: Apex’s stunning vehicles, tracks, and scenery were made available for Windows 10 in 2016 in conjunction with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. The first Forza game to be made available for desktop computers was Forza Motorsport 6. Forza was once restricted to the Xbox.

Forza Motorsport 6: Apex maintains the series’ reputation for expansive circuit layouts and exceptional vehicle models. There are 63 cars in total to race in 12 separate competitions.

10. Warframe 

Particularly for a free game, Warframe features a tonne of material. Last but not least, there’s the hoverboard skating mode. There is a lot to learn about the vast array of weapons, loadouts, and play styles, as well as the running and gunning (as opposed to hacking and slashing) in Path of Exile.

There are substantial open-world areas to discover, a detailed plot, and regular material updates. At least initially, the sheer volume of information available might be overwhelming. Learning the many game elements takes time, and understanding crafting and blueprinting can also be challenging.

Don’t be afraid to ask a question because the Warframe community is one of the friendliest online. It’s a question that has probably already been posed.

11. Everquest

Bring your character development back to one of the original MMOs with 110 levels, 500 zones, and a tonne of questlines. Yes, even after more than two decades, EverQuest is still going strong.