Doom (The Bethesda)
DOOM returns to the look of a violent and futuristic gunman, with a bunch of ferocious creatures holding heavy weapons, but the character can still run at surreal speeds. Owning stunning graphics thanks to the ID Software 6 engine and making the game run seamlessly with 4k resolution makes Doom the most authentic and hand-drawn FPS game of 2016.
Grand Theft Auto V (North Rockstar)
It’s been 2 years since GTA V walked onto the PC, it’s been a long time, but the success of this game hasn’t diminished. Rockstar North has built a masterpiece of visuals, gameplay and narrative to become a monument to the open world gaming genre for later games.
Battlefield 1 (EA DICE)
Getting one of the most stunning PC game-making engines, Frostbite 3, renders World War I battlefields so real in battlefield 1. DICE has created highly realistic battlefields, from the desert of the Sinai Peninsula to the jungle of France or the top of the Alps.
Rise of the Tomb Raider (Crystal Dynamics)
This is the first game to use Nvidia’s “Voxel Accelerated Ambient Occlusion” technology, a practical shading measurement technique focused on the surrounding environment. In addition, other visual aspects of the game, such as the water surface, hair movement, are carefully taken care of, and only the new PC gaming devices can run this game at a standard. It’s smoothly.
The Witcher 3 (CD Projekt RED)
The Witcher 3: Wild Chase progresses to a different dimension with an incredibly sophisticated REDengine 3 creation tool. Not just a high-end graphics title, Witcher 3 is also a piece of art with stunning camera angles and frames as in fairy tales.
Watch Dog 2 (Ubisoft)
‘Watch Dogs 2’ takes the legacy and introduces to the highest level all the cool features of its sequel, including the physical scaling of the future town of San Francisco. Comes with Disrupt ‘s stunning graphics platform that makes the city of San Francisco ever more vibrant.