By now, you've probably heard about Overwatch, available for PC as well as PS4 and Xbox One. Despite mixed reviews by some players, we still feel it deserves a spot on this list simply by virtue of the fact that it's so fun and accessible. It's an FPS, but with an emphasis on objective-based arena play with a team made of the common co-op shooter archetypes—offence, defense, tank, and support. The game is polished, beautiful, and engaging, and while we do wish Blizzard would add a single-player campaign to flesh out the plot a bit more, we love that you can instantly drop into any character you choose and be of value to your team. It doesn't require a mastery of super-intricate mechanics or suffer from bloat like, say, Team Fortress 2.
Perhaps it's something about the game, but you don't seem find the same level of toxicity and aggression within the Overwatch community as you do in other similar titles. That said, you'll occasionally queue up for a match and find yourself paired with three people all playing the same character who refuse to switch—but those experiences are thankfully few and far between. Most players seem to be there to have fun, and we're pretty confident you'll have a good time too.