Most Demanding PC Games

Most Demanding PC Games in 2018

Usually PC games look better than their console counterparts. However, looking better does not mean performing better. Today, let’s look at the most demanding PC games!

1. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (2016)

This game was released in August. Right of the bat, it managed to hook players with its stunning visual, and he gameplay is also very good. Take the role of Adam Jensen, an enhanced human, and embark on an adventure that will forever change the world. Such an interesting setting will make players want more. The level of details in the game is top-notch. However, that means you will have to stretch your PC’s processing power to the limit.

If you select the “Ultra” settings for this game, not even the strongest processor will be able to handle it. Yes, even with the fastest GPU, the game cannot come anywhere near 60fps  at 1440p ultra. That is also without 4xMSAA. If you turn 4xMSAA on,  single GTX 1080 card will ove the game at 20-25fps on 1440p resolution. You can also notice the difference when running on lower settings as well, as the level of details in “Ultra” is very clear. At least, you can know why your PC cannot run on the settings!

2. Rise of the Tomb Raider (2015)

Although released last year, this game still has a place on this list of most demanding PC games right now. The adventure of Lara Croft will be even more impressive if you put everything at max settings. The scenery will be breathtaking. However, turning on max settings, especially the VXO will drop the performance by more than 20 per cent. With the GTX 1080 card, it will fall below 60 fps mark. You know how demanding this is!

3. Battlefield 1 (2016)

Having just been released quite recently, Battlefield 1 is also on this list of most demanding PC games. It has already broken records for DICE. The World War I cannot come any more realistic than this. At max settings, it is as if you are on the battlefield. In most cases, a core i5 processor is not really something to worry about. However, with this game, there will be a sharp drop in performance when switching from a 6-core i7 processor to a 4-core i5 processor. During intense sequences, the frame rate will drop below 60 fps. It is truly demanding!

4. Grand Theft Auto V (2016)

The PC version of this game was just released last year. The game has been growing impressively ever since its release on console, and the PC version is just the icing on the cake. Even though the GTA series is not known for requiring top class PC, the fifth installment can really test your device. Maxing out every options, enabling Nvidia PCSS, 4xMSAA, and performance will drop to around 60 fps for a high-end PC, with periodic dips. This is truly a step up for the franchise.

5. Hitman (2016)

This famous stealth action game will not punish your system as much as the other games on this list. However, stretch the settings to maximum, and your device will also be stretched out too. It’s not just about the graphics card, you will want to have a good CPU as well, preferably with as many cores as possible. Then you run the game in DX12 mode to fully utilize these cores. To have 60 fps at 1080p, you need to have GTX 980/1060 6GB or RX 470! That is also quite impressive!

6. Fortnite Battle Royale

Most Demanding PC Game Fortnite

Fortnite Battle Royale is the FREE 100-player PvP mode in Fortnite. One giant map. A battle bus. Fortnite building skills and destructible environments combined with intense PvP combat. The last one standing wins. Available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Mac.

7. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

Most Demanding PC Game PUBG

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is also commonly known as PUBG among gamers. It is a battle royale shooter that pits 100 players against each other in a struggle for survival. Gather supplies and outwit your opponents to become the last person standing.

8. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Most Demanding PC Game Call of Duty Black Ops 4

Black Ops 4 is the first Call of Duty title without a traditional single-player campaign mode. Instead, it features the Solo Missions mode, which focuses on the backstories of the game’s multiplayer characters, known as “Specialists”. The missions take place between Black Ops II and III chronologically. Some of the Specialists also carried over from Black Ops III. The multiplayer mode is the first in the series to not feature automatic health regeneration and introduces both predictive recoil and a new ballistics system. The game includes three Zombies map on release day, four if a special edition of the game, or the Black Ops Pass, is purchased. The locations of the maps include the RMS Titanic, an arena in Ancient Rome, and Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary. The game also introduces a battle royale mode called Blackout, which features up to 100 players in each match. Many characters from this and other Black Ops titles can be used as the player’s character model in this mode.

Most demanding PC games!

PC games nowadays have come very far. However, with improved graphics, they will put more stress on your PC. So, upgrade your PC now to enjoy these games at the max!

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