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The Best Games to Play on Windows 11

Windows 11 just recently dropped – and it came with a ton of new features. 

From integrated Android apps to a modern, Mac-like interface, it’s arguably the best Windows update in years

Not only is this great for the average Windows user, it’s also great for PC gamers. 

Now, you can easily download games from the Microsoft Store or play them through your web browser (whether you use Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome). 

So, this means an important question needs to be answered: what are the best games to play on Windows 11? 

Let’s take a detailed look. 

1. Real Money Casinos

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Firstly, there’s real money casinos

Thankfully, you no longer have to visit land-based casinos to play poker and roulette. Now, you can do it from the comfort of your home by using a windows laptop or PC. As long as you have a good internet connection, you’re set. 

If you’ve never played in an online casino better, here are some tips for you: 

  • Use practice modes first before playing with real money 
  • Create a budget and don’t go outside of it
  • Keep an eye out for progressive jackpots 

Remember, the more you play, the more experienced you’ll become.  

2. Football Manager 2022

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If you’re a fan of football (or soccer), then Football Manager 2022 is definitely for you. 

In this game, you step into the shoes of a manager, control your own club, and try to climb up the divisions. Along the way, you can sign and sell players, create your own tactics, and much more. Even Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (former Manchester United manager) has gone on record saying that he learned a lot from playing Football Manager in the past, which tells you how useful it is.

Basically, Football Manager 2022 is essential for all the football/soccer fans out there. 

3. Microsoft Flight Simulator

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Microsoft Flight Simulator is a Microsoft exclusive that you can download from the Microsoft Store. 

It’s a lot of fun and very beginner-friendly. You’ll be able to fly wide-body jets and various other types of aircraft across beautiful landscapes, helping to create an extremely realistic feel.

4. Fortnite

Each year that goes by, Fortnite grows more popular. 

Although many gamers have been critical of Fortnite over the past couple of years (mainly due to the release of the new map), it is undeniably still a fun game to play. Plus, it’s perfect for playing on Windows, as the graphics aren’t super high quality (which means your PCs processor doesn’t have to work hard). 

If you’ve never played Fortnite before, it’s a battle royale game where you compete against other players in building and shooting battles to see who can be the last player standing. Each game, a ‘storm’ makes the map get smaller until eventually the last competitors are left to shoot it out in a small space on the map. 

5. Rocket League

Lastly, Rocket League

Rocket League is a classic game. In simple terms, it’s soccer: except you play in rocket-powered cars in giant arenas. 

For the most fun, you should team up with a friend and play in the multiplayer mode. You and your friend will have to work hard to get the ball up the field and into your opponent’s net, as the only way you can do this is by slamming your car into the ball!

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