I'm looking for PC games with great worlds with fantastic atmosphere. Gameplay doesn't matter that much. The less linear the better.
The Elder Scrolls Online is actually pretty fun to explore. It's always fun when you go off exploring and find something really neat, or stumble across a forgotten treasure chest under a bridge or something.
A lot of the non-essential NPCs have something to say as well even if they aren't important or don't have a quest for you.
You can find side quests/ dungeons/ bits of lore just by taking some time to explore and not just making a beeline to the next quest marker every time.
Also the game has a great soundtrack and it doesn't look half bad.
Dying Light if you like post-apocalyptic quarantined cities.
Feel the nostalgia faggot
Dark Souls for sure. I've never been able to go back to any other game quite as often as I can Dark Souls just to take in the beautiful world.
Witcher 3 OP. It's really easy to get lost and immersed in the world.
Pic related. Also, Pathologic because the theme of "repetitive, creepy, hopeless droning" fits in perfectly with traversing the town, and I mean that in a good way. It made me go fucking crazy to the point where I stopped playing.