When it comes to gaming we always try to have the best we can get like a gaming PC or a gaming laptop and most players are in pursuit of one thing: the prettiest experience possible.
After all, why settle for console standards when you can have high definition super displays of 4K resolutions, volumetric fog, cloth physics, and Nvidia HairWorks?
However, it is said that graphics comes at a great price- a hardware price if you want to be more specific.
However, said graphics come at a great price — a hardware price, to be specific.
To get the most out of the shiniest new releases, you would need substantial gear.
Whether you are looking for games to satisfy you or you already have a crazy gaming laptop that is just itching to experience the best in gaming’s graphical reliability department, the games on this list will make your GPU melt and your eyes water.
So with that, let us start with the list of most demanding PC games of the year 2019.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
Well now, if I start with history, then this article will never end up.
Therefore, I just brief up everything as Assassin’s Creed has a lengthy history of being one of the prettiest series in modern gaming, and Odyssey is no different.
Ubisoft has taken up its flagship franchise to the greater highest with this Grecian Assassin Creed installment. The lighting is vibrant, the textures are crisp, and the draw distances layout all of Ancient Greece in front of you.
Well, this game is not free of cost you need a pay a lump sum amount to play this game.
Assassin’s Creed: Heredity is a series of three short films based on the concept of video game Assassin’s Creed.
Ubisoft, the game company itself, makes the films.
The first episode was released on October 26, 2009, via YouTube, and Episode 2 and Episode 3 were released on November 12, 2009, on Spike TV, later uploaded on YouTube for international viewing purposes.
Well, the battlefield is not a very demanding game as the assassin’s creed. This game comes with five irresistible parts although it is not as famous as Assassin Creed. People who know about this game have also enjoyed playing it.
However, for those who did not try it go to the link below and download it. This is an awesome one to play. Unfortunately, this game is not free of cost you have to pay a bit for it. This is doubly true for the game at max settings, wherein it looks gorgeous.
Its scenic environments are fully realized, packed with detail, and more destructible, and the thanks go to the current iteration of EA DICE’s Frostbite engine. The game supports real-time raytracing with RTX-capable cards, in case you own one of Nvidia’s latest and greatest.
Far Cry 5
It runs on the latest and greatest version of the Ubisoft version of the CryEngine-Dunia Engine.
Well, the engine name is quite weird. I just mentioned it to let you have a look at it, you do not actually need to remember this, but if you want, you can definitely mug it up.
The secret of this game lies in the engine and this makes the game graphically intensive title is the fact that players can explore a very wide open-world area in any direction. This means the engine has to make a continuous render, which provides a great area in detail.
The recreation of Montana in the game is just stunning.
Everything in the game i.e. from water in rivers to mountain peaks, the details of the manufactured cabins, the flowers around the crop field, the low-hanging morning fogs, and even facial hairs– is very detailed and on point, you would almost mistake it as a real thing.
On top of having to render a wide area in detail, players can also do other things such as blowing up a good area of the exotic America land and preventing the occurrence of enemies in waves.
All of these are incorporated and handled at the same time while displaying lighting, stunning effects of cars, and fires.
Crank up those graphics settings to max and your GPU will surely have a hard time keeping things together.
Forza Horizon 4
Forza Horizon 4 amplifies the general beauty of the Forza franchise’s beauty. By taking its cars off the racing circuit and onto the roads and open fields of the United Kingdom, Forza is artistic with a completely new dimension of environmental splendour.
All can get all the graphical effects of Motorsport 7 in Forza, with the added benefit of colorful plains, lush woods, snowy mountaintops, and so many other biomes that all add an earthy richness to the franchise’s already top-tier weather effects and visuals.
Just be sure your PC has quality specs so that you can get the most out of Horizon 4.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Well, this game is not of 2019 but this game can definitely push your graphics card to its maximum limits.
It utilizes the RED engine 3 techs and it lets you see a more advanced level of ambient occlusion (HBAO+) and depth of field that will surely suck all the life out of your card in 4K resolution at max settings.
Moreover, if you turn on the Nvidia HairWorks you can see the superior features of Geralt’s hair responding accordingly with the environment and dynamics.
This also affects the fur and hair of beasts in the game.
If you do not have a strong attire, then you might want to keep this off because your graphics card will surely go loud and wild unless you have it water-cooled. For this game, it is mandatory to have such specifications.
Well so with this we come to the end of the list.
Hope this list will help you to decide which game will be the best for you and your device.
There are new RTX graphics cards released by Nvidia just recently on top of AMD’s second-gen Ryzen processors. With the new hardware, it is likely that you will be able to run these games smoothly at 4K resolution–even on max settings.
However, there is one thing you need to keep in mind, you have to pair a right monitor for these games because what is the point of playing all these games if you do not have an idea what monitor will go best with your current PC hardware.
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