5 Most Graphically Demanding PC Video Games of 2016 and 2017

2016 And 2017 are both great years for gaming. With Groundbreaking hits like Uncharted 4 And Return of franchises like Final Fantasy whereas 2017 delivered some of the best RPGs ever like Horizon Zero Dawn and Breath Of The Wild. But both of these years also had some games that will punish your PC and today we are counting down the Most graphically demanding Video Games released in 2016 and 2017

Hitman (2016)



Engine: Glacier 2
2560×1440 max (no SSAA): 82/56 fps

Stealthy disguises lead into explosive moments of improvisation. Best-laid plans come to fruition through opportunities, and carefully timed, critical moments mean the difference between a master stroke and a quick death. The 2016 Hitman offers the best of its kind, with an episodic structure that clicks, sandbox playgrounds to pick apart and brilliant design and presentation on all levels. – GamingTrend

The story may be a bit thin, but as far as gameplay is concerned, Hitman is an assassin’s dream come true. – GameStar
There’s definitely something addictive in the new Hitman, especially when revisiting the same locations over and over again – thanks to interesting challenges. Level design is impressive and multiple ways to eliminate targets will keep you occupied for a long time. – Eurogamer Poland

Far Cry Primal

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Engine: Dunia
2560×1440 ultra + HD textures: 78/54 fps

Solid, engaging and technically delicious, Far Cry Primal is a spin off that amuses the player even without firearms and vehicles, although the playful infrastructure is too conservative. On PC the only major differences are the sixty frames per second and a sharper image. – Multiplayer.it

Far Cry Primal on the PC looks like a well prepared conversion – stable, pretty and optimized. But these days that’s not enough – a game running on a much more powerful hardware should be unique and FCP isn’t. It’s hard to justify spending money on a superb PC that will run the game in the highest settings when an equally good console version runs great on a cheaper machine. And you need to remember that Primal is just a visual overhaul of Far Cry 4. – GRYOnline.pl

Rise of the Tomb Raider

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Engine: Foundation
2560×1440 max + VXAO + SMAA: 57/45 fps

Rise of the Tomb Raider on the PC looks and plays fantastically. Lots of various graphical options allow for comfortable gameplay even on weaker machines. Nixxes Software deserves some serious praise but let’s not forget that real thanks should be aimed at Crystal Dynamics. The PC port wouldn’t be so good if not for the excellent Xbox version. – GRYOnline.pl

On PC, Rise of the Tomb Raider is the same fantastic action adventure we played on Xbox One some months ago. if you have a high-end machine, this new version offers an even more immersive experience thanks to numerous graphical improvements. – The Games Machine

The best part is how playable it is on a gaming laptop. Rise of the Tomb Raider was tremendous on the Xbox One…It’s even better now that you can take it with you on your next cross-country flight. – New York Daily New

Arma 3

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Engine: Real Virtuality 4
2560×1440 max 4xMSAA: 46/25 fps

ARMA III is a beast. It occasionally flails and moans, but once you learn how to balance yourself upon it, it gives you a marvelous, turbulent, and memorable ride. – GameSpot

Arma 3 is equally a great military simulation, and finally a game. It has its flaws, but when you look at the game’s enormous size, they are tolerable. You won’t find a better “trooper simulation”, nor a bigger sandbox playground anywhere. – Games.cz

The newest installment of Bohemia’s military-game is a product with great potential, especially from the community’s side. Unfortunately Arma 3 is quite inaccessible and doesn’t seem to grow along with modern game design on certain fronts. It’s a game that lives through the community. – 3DJuegos

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

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Engine: Dawn
2560×1440 ultra (no AA): 52/43 fps

Mankind Divided rewards exploration and respects your choices throughout its hefty campaign. The city of Prague is absolutely amazing with great details and visuals. The gameplay is also exactly what you expect from a Deus Ex game. – BaziCenter
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is an amazing game and a worthy fourth entry in arguably the best videogame series of all time. It took me 30 hours to finish it and I loved all of it. While Deus Ex fans might be a little disappointed that there’s only one city hub, concentrating on Prague has allowed Eidos Montreal to create one of the most detailed, believable, and well designed locations in videogames, one that rewards exploration every time. – GameWatcher
Graphics gripes aside, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is more than the sum of its parts. There are a few issues that make it far from flawless, but it’s still a remarkable game that should be in the collection of every gamer. – Wccftech

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#5 Most Graphically Demanding PC Video Games of 2016 and 2017