There is no better year than 2020 to test out your PC graphics on gaming. Once you get into gaming, you never want to get out, trust me this is coming from a girl who loves gaming regardless of the platform it is on. Now that ton of people have a ton of free time, here are a few games which will push your PC and its graphics card to its limits. Sure, they are expensive, but if one can afford it, it will be one of the best investments ever made.
Games Which Push Your PC To Its Limits
When this game was released, every single Metro game had boasted phenomenal visuals. This was to the extent that even 2010s Metro 2033 still looks phenomenal. This can beat today’s games with good quality graphics. Last year, Metro Exodus upheld that proud tradition. This game requires a GeForce GTX 1070 or an RTX 2060 or an AMD RX VEGA 56 for the highest possible settings. With full-blown support for ray tracing, Metro Exodus is by far one of the best looking games you can play on PC right now.
FORZA HORIZON 4
Forza games are always at the top regardless of it being Motorsport or Horizon. They always strive for very high standards from a visual standpoint as well as from the gamers point of view. Playground Games, the developer which has developed Forza Horizon 4 is probably the best looking game the series has been ever delivered. Regardless of which console on an Xbox One S or any other gaming console, you can see how sharp and detailed every nook and cranny of this open-world racer is, but playing it on max settings on a PC that can handle it is an experience that defies description.
RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2
This game came out on consoles in the year 2018. Red Dead Redemption 2’s visual accuracy was mind-blowing and totally unmatched. The prospect of how the game would look on PCs was a salivating one even then. And though the open-world game’s PC launch had many issues, it was never from the visuals perspective. You can’t help but be amazed at the pure and gorgeous display here. Rockstar poured their blood, sweat, and tears into this game, and that is instantly apparent the moment you lay eyes on the ridiculous level of detail and near-photorealism that one can see in Red Dead 2 on PC.
MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR
Did we say photorealism? Just in case you’re wondering, Photorealism is a genre of art that encompasses painting, drawing and other graphic media, in which an artist studies a photograph and then attempts to reproduce the image as realistically as possible in another medium. It’s something that games have been chasing for years, and probably will continue to chase for some time to come. But honestly, it’s super hard to even think of reaching that level. A single game that’s come as close to that goal as the upcoming Microsoft Flight Simulator. Yes, “upcoming” is the operative word here, but as anyone who’s played the game’s alpha would tell you, the game is already looking spectacular. It’s hard to imagine what level it will be at when it releases in full- if all goes well, that is. It’s not surprising in light of all this that Microsoft Flight Simulator’s recommended system requirements are as daunting as they are. But if your PC can handle it, you will be surprised as to how, and amazing these graphics will be.