So you just bought a brand new PC or figured that the new RTX GPUs were as life-changing as Nvidia would have you believe, you're now probably wondering what games to play on your rig. But before you can address that question, the bigger concern is where you should be buying your PC games from. Since the transition from physical, boxed PC games to a sadly almost all digital library, there are a host of options of where to buy your PC games from. These include the usual suspects like Steam as well as up and coming options like the Epic Games Store.
Now while some of these stores may have similar pricing, the differences go beyond this. Be it after sales, the sheer variety, or access to a massive community, not all PC games stores are created equally. Some demand to be installed more than others. Here's what you need to know.