Most Graphically Intense Video Games That Will Punish Your Gaming PC


Admit or not but video games graphics do matter and a lot of gamers want them to be good. There are many arguments on Gameplay VS Graphics but I personally think it’s non-sensical never ending fight. Let’s not get Into the argument of Graphics VS Gameplay. Today we are only talking about Graphics and rounding up video games that will punish your gaming PC. These are some of the most Most Graphically Intense Video Games.

DOOM 2016

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Minimum FPS: 47
Maximum FPS: 91
Average FPS: 65.2

It ticks off every item on a list of things a modern Doom should have, including several items you didn’t even know were on the list in the first place. They may not make shooters like this anymore, but the runaway success of this game serves as long overdue proof that they really should. – Giant Bomb

For fans of single-player FPS campaigns DOOM is a juggernaut, and some of the most fun I’ve had in gaming for years. It’s never going to grab you with an engrossing plot of spectacular linear set pieces, but the flawless combat ensures DOOM just never lets up. – Game Debate

GTA 5

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Minimum FPS: 16
Maximum FPS: 270
Average FPS: 60.9

Grand Theft Auto V for new-gen is without a doubt the best way to experience one of the biggest releases of the last half decade. – Gameplanet

I can’t stress just how much fun it is to experience Grand Theft Auto V again from a new perspective. The impact it has on the series is huge, but is somewhat muted from it debuting in a re-release and not a new entry in the series. I went into this review expecting to play the same game again, and I did, but Rockstar made it feel new. – Game Informer

AC Syndicate

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Minimum FPS: 1
Maximum FPS: 33
Average FPS: 25.6

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is a fantastic game. Let me repeat that: It’s a fantastic game. The lingering control issues (and even these are minimized) and some minor pacing issues as a result of the two-protagonist approach can’t taint this gargantuan project. – PSX Extreme

A triumphant return to form for a franchise, and presents a beautifully structured tale with heart and soul to spare. – GameSpot

CRYSIS 3

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Minimum FPS: 18
Maximum FPS: 31
Average FPS: 23.0

Crytek’s last work is an excellent product. Crysis 3 on PC offers an awesome gaming experience, thanks to stunning graphics and a fast paced gameplay. – SpazioGames

On the PC, Crysis 3 is certainly better compared to the console versions, with Cry Engine 3 able to give the game true visual splendor, without asking for exorbitant hardware resources. – IGN Italia

METRO LAST LIGHT REDUX

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Minimum FPS: 6.6
Maximum FPS: 112.8
Average FPS: 20.0

If you were to take someone who’s played his share of shooters, someone who cares about the story between and around the shooting, someone who can appreciate games that offer new takes on familiar experiences, Crysis [3] will feel like a soulless blockbuster to the auteur’s art film of Metro: Last Light. – Quarter to Three

Metro: Last Light does belong in the company of Half-Life, though. It’s an unusual, meticulously detailed shooter inextricable from its environment – making its refuge in the railways of Moscow all the more apt. The survival and shooting aspects engage with what is considered valuable in the world, and both leave ample room for moments of solace, exploration and concise violence. – Joystiq

Thanks to Gamespot for FPS rates

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