PC Gamer UK September issue: Top 100

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We've accomplished that point in the year afresh where, afterwards all the arguments and negotiations and added than a few cuts, PC Gamer has called its Top 100 for 2020—the best amateur we anticipate you should be arena appropriate now. You can see our adjudication in the latest affair of the magazine, out now. 

Along with our ample Top 100, we babble to developers about their influences and, in this month's Appropriate Report, dive into the science of hit boxes. And to mark the barrage of Afterlife Stranding, you can apprehend about why it feels appropriate at home on PC. 

This month's previews bang off with Cyberpunk 2077 and our aboriginal hands-on, followed by Humankind, No Beeline Anchorage and The Waylanders, which aloof launched in Aboriginal Access. On the analysis front, there's a bit of a Agrarian West affair with Desperados 3 and West of Dead, and you can additionally see if Persona 4 Aureate was account the 12-year wait. 

In hardware, there's our tech report, buyer's adviser and our SSD accumulation test. They're more a necessity, so we put the best SSDs through their paces to advice you acquisition the best one to charge central your PC. 

This month's chargeless allowance is the Ultimate Awakening Gaming Guide, which would commonly set you aback £13. 

Issue 348 is on shelves now and accessible on all your agenda accessories from the App Store and Zinio. You can additionally adjustment absolute from My Favourite Magazines or purchase a subscription to save yourself some cash, accept account deliveries and curiosity at our absolute subscriber covers, like this one:

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This month:

  • PC Gamer's Top 100
  • Hands-on with Cyberpunk 2077 and Humankind
  • Reviews of Desperados 3, West of Asleep and Persona 4 Golden
  • Our SSD accumulation test
  • And more!
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