10 Best Biggest PC Games You Should Play In 2022

Biggest PC Games Ever

With each generation of video games are getting bigger and bigger. However, as they get bigger, these games are getting better too. Players are obsessed with details of the game and developers are continuing to stretch beyond the horizon. 

Consoles have lagged behind in this race and computers have come a long way. The files size of these games feels a drawback sometimes because, in this digital era where most games are downloadable, if you have an average internet connection it would take a day to download the game. 

PC gaming has become a very huge industry for some time now, everyone is building their own gaming PC, that too with powerful graphics cards and processors, and the one who has a problem with PC is taking gaming laptop because it is easy to carry them.

Everything thing looks so fruitful but sometimes the size of these games becomes a headache. But it’s all acceptable because the size of the game doesn’t matter for this type of immersive gaming experience.

Biggest PC Games by File Size

We have curated a list in which we have mentioned ten PC games with the largest file sizes of all time.

1. Call of Duty: Black Ops III

Games Like Call Of Duty

File Size: 113GB

Call of Duty: Black Ops III was released back in 2015 and it is developed by Treyarch and published by Activision. When the game was released it become very popular among gamers, especially for the Zombies mode that proves to be especially difficult.

The multiplayer mode of Call of Duty: Black Ops comes with unpredictability and excitement so according to the performance of the game, its size is quite acceptable. 

2. Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3

File Size: 116 GB

This series has a special corner in gamers’ hearts. It was on the list of most contemplated games of 2019. When the game was initially launched, it was a bit laggy but this doesn’t disappoint the fans of Borderlands. In the beginning, the game was about 75 GB. After various updates such as mission, DLCs, the “Moxxi’s Heist of the Handsome Jackpot”, “Guns, Love, and Tentacles”, “Bounty of Blood”, “Psycho Krieg” and the “Fantastic Fustercluck” it became almost 116 GB. 

3. Microsoft Flight Simulator

Microsoft Flight Simulator

File Size: 127 GB

Simulator Games are one of the most detailed games in the market and this might sound you a niche genre. There are several popular games in this genre and Microsoft Flight Simulator is one of them. The details of this game are quite unmatchable and this is the main reason for its bigger file size. 

The standard version of the game comes with 10 aircraft which the gamer can fly while the deluxe and premium version of the game come with 5 and 10 extra aircraft.

4. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege (HD Texture Packs Included)

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six

File Size: 131 GB

The game was initially released back in 2016. After the launch, the game has gone through many updates and upgrade. The updated version of the Rainbow Six Siege has extra maps, operators, and features. Ubisoft has said that they will continue to upgrade this game in the future as well. 

Without the upgrades, there is not much difference in the game’s size because of the maps and operators, and with the HD packs, it becomes 131 GB.

5. Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV

File Size: 148 GB

The gamers are more than happy with the role-playing and the open world of Final Fantasy XV but the top of that, the developers have added the melee combos of all four characters and the subtle details painstakingly carved into the game. It is enough to stick you with the screen for hours.

The standard game is about 85 GB and the high-resolution pack rises it up to a total of 148GB.

6. Hitman 2

Hitman - Sniper

File Size: 149 GB

Hitman 2 comes with lots of new things to play and considering the features the size of the file doesn’t matter. Hitman 2 is filled with unpredictable things and countless assassination possibilities. Because of the DLC feature, players can also play the previous version of the game. This makes it a 2-in-1 type of deal. When the game is filled with this much creativity, 149 GB is not a shocking thing.

7. Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2

File Size: 150GB

The game was already popular in the market because of its previous version’s success. The was another level of excitement in the players when the game was announced. The game was launched back in 2018 for consoles and with some delay, they managed to launch the game in 2019 for windows.

Although the game was a bit delayed for the PC gamers the gamers have enjoyed it a lot, the scenic rides on horseback to a shootout with rival gangs. The game offers everything that a wild west should offer and 150 GB is acceptable for that immersive experience. 

8. Destiny 2: Shadowkeep

Destiny 2 Shadowkeep

File Size: 165 GB

Destiny 2 is a first-person shooter game and it was recently released. The moon is the battlefield in this particular game and the players face off against a melange of formidable enemies. The Moon has been used in the predecessor as well but Destiny 2 has some extra upgrades such as Player versus player (PvP) and player versus environment (PvE) modes.

New destinations, guns, and artifacts have also been added which makes your gameplay more fascinating. 

9. Quantum Break

Quantum Break

File Size: 178GB

Quantum Break is a third-person shooter game and it was released in 2016 and developed by Remedy Entertainment and Microsoft Studios. The game gets regularly updated and with time to time update the file size becomes 178 GB. It is a time-travel-based game and with the fusion of gaming and live-action. 

10. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty Modern Warfare

File Size: 231 GB

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was very hyped at the time of release, it was released in 2019 since then it became very popular and the biggest game by file size. As the name of this game, it follows the unlikely alliance between a CIA officer, the British SAS, and Urzikstan rebels as they combat Russian invaders. The video game also features multiplayer and Special Ops mode.


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