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Top 5 Best Looking Games On High-End PCs in 2022

The titles available on PC are as diverse as any other on the machines. You can emphasize the best gaming PC (or one you built yourself) by playing the latest big-budget games with incredible graphics, or try something smaller by an indie developer that’s exclusive to PCs. Either way, we have plenty of examples of both of these types of games in the list below, and more.

1. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

A game from 2015 on the list written in 2021? Yes. The Witcher 3 looks as good as it did five years ago, and that’s saying something (Bloodborne also released in 2015, and the game is a bit rough around the edges by modern standards). It is CD Projekt Red’s dedication to PC as a platform that allows The Witcher 3 to shine.

It’s a scalable game with multiple rendering effects to push modern PCs to their limits. It struggles in one area, though: texture. No matter how many graphical options you turn on, The Witcher 3’s textures still look like they’re five years old. They certainly look good, not in the realm of “best graphics of all time”.

2. Final Fantasy XV

We simply can’t put one of the most successful RPG video game series on the list. Final Fantasy XV has amazing visuals for role-playing games. The textures are of very high quality and probably the reason behind the sheer size of the game. But once you download this monster all the fun starts.

The open world of Final Fantasy XV is vast and beautiful. The animations for the characters are engaging and well detailed. The game also supports HDR 10 and offers tons of customization options.

3. Brutal Doom

Brutal Doom is a little different than any other game on this list. You’ll need to do some legwork—and you need to own the original Doom/Doom 2, their various shareware versions, or have your own free WAD files that you want to run. This list gives instructions for installation and some links to free maps that are great for playing with mods if you don’t have an official WAD. What is Brutal Doom – This is the version of Doom you’d want to play if it was made today, in a modern FPS engine. There are new, alternative weapons for your starting pistol.

Guns now have load mechanics. The Plasma Rifle and BFG are optional weapons for the 9000, and you can find and use some enemy weapons that were previously not accessible in-game. Features like mouselook, aim and jump are all implemented. There are faster rolling speeds, a new deadly mode, and additional difficulty levels to dodge the fire.

4. Deathloop

Deathloop is like a chaotic, violent medley of Groundhog Day, a dash of My Super Ex-Girlfriend, and the favorite game of all time, Dishonored. In fact, Arkane Studios is the talented team that brought us the latter and they are the same people who worked on Deathloop – and the similarities are striking.

Deathloop delivers all the beloved aspects of Dishonored: supernatural abilities, dual-wielding fighting style, gritty, exploratory worlds, and ruthless, annoying enemies who call upon an entire damn city for backup.

However, Deathloop offers a more modern twist, from 19th-century royal guard Corvo to Au Courant Colt, who boasts a colorful, charming personality la Samuel L. Jackson and hilarious jokes that leave you astonished. With Colt’s shore flair and an affinity for cursing, he’s one step away from yelling, “Enough! I’ve had it on this [deleted] island with these [devoid of] time loops! As you colt When you step into his shoes for the first time, you are as clueless as he is.

5. Elden Ring

What do you get when you combine an open world setting, Soulsborn mechanics, and the combined creative talents of George RR Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki? That’s the question we’ll eventually find the answer to when Elden Ring (arguably one of the most anticipated games of the last 15 years) launches in 2022. While Elden Ring’s network test bets gave us a taste of what’s to come, we can’t wait to see what surprises the final release has to offer.

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