By Andrew MacDougallThe latest edition of the list of the top 25 best PC games of 2017 has been released and has revealed the winners of the best-selling titles of 2017.
The PC gaming industry is a big one, and there are a number of titles which are in demand, such as Call of Duty, Overwatch, Titanfall, and Battlefield.
As we reported earlier this week, the PC gaming market is set to see a lot of activity this year with the launch of Battlefield, Overwatch and more.
The list is based on PC gaming hardware sales, which include games consoles and the likes of gaming PC, gaming handhelds and mobile devices.
The industry also includes software and software and services such as games streaming and streaming services.
The Top 25 Best PC Games of 2017As the list was compiled, the following PC games have been included:Star Wars Battlefront, Star Wars Battlecruiser, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Dragon Age Inquisition, Battlefield 1, Far Cry Primal, FarCry Primal 2, Destiny, Fallout 4, Destiny 2, FIFA 17, Hitman: Absolution, Injustice 2, Kingdom Hearts Unchained 3, Madden NFL 25, NBA 2K17, NHL 17, NFL 17 Ultimate Team, Overwatch 2, Project CARS, Saints Row IV, Star Control II: Origins, TitanFall 4, Super Mario Odyssey, Titan Quest, Torchlight II, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, XCOM 2, and X-COM: Enemy Unknown.
Star Wars: Battlefront was one of the big hits of 2017, with a huge lead over the rest of the games in the list, with just a tiny 1% share of sales.
The new title from BioWare has sold more than 12 million copies since it was released back in 2015.
It’s followed by Star Trek, with over 15 million copies sold, followed by Dragon Age, which has sold over 15.5 million copies.
The next big hit from Activision, Destiny was the best selling title in the top ten for the third year running.
The list also includes titles from Blizzard and Sony, with Call of War, Overwatch (and its sequel), Battlefield 1 and Project CARCER 1 all selling over 1 million copies each.
This is followed by Call of Duties: Black Ops III, Battlefield: Hardline, Borderlands 2, Battlefield 3, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, Call of Heroes: The Defenders, Dead Space 3, The Crew, The Legend of Heroes III: Heroes of Light and The Division, Overwatch: Season Pass, and XCOM 2.
Lastly, there are games that have been delayed in the market, such the first Battlefield game (Battlefield: Bad Company 2) and the third Star Wars game (Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes).