Thinking about PC games that offer you a solid performance? Check out the list that’s compiled below depending on the frame rates and the benchmarks.
Want to know which games can make you excited hours on end? Then we have rounded up graphically stunning games you can always play at leisure. These have been ranked according to benchmarks and the average frame rates. To check out the game, we ran every game at a resolution as much as 3840 x 2160. The only feature that our team disabled was VSync. This was done so that the game won’t be affected by the 60Hz refresh rate. Though the game was enjoyed for a longer time, we were able to make out the game’s relative performance.
As beautiful as it looks, Doom becomes more capable due to the game’s id Tech 6 engine. Once the team switched to the game, shooting monsters were projected at 4k. While the frame speed went down as much as 47, the experts were able to achieve 65.2 frames per second on an average. Without any doubt, frame-rate enthusiasts had to adjust settings when the FPS leaned to the lowest side.
When you wish to play around with graphics options, then GTA V could be on your mind. Not only can you adjust the quality, shades, and texture but also increase the population density along with tessellation. When everything is cranked to its maximum, video memory is considerably utilized. Luckily, GTX 1080 which boasts 8GB VRAM, helps to mitigate the problem. The final result was 60.9 average FPS when the benchmark was used. However, there were occasional hiccups with 16 FPS being minimum.
Just Cause 3
Developed by Avalanche Studios, Just C ause 3 offers a suite of colorful environments that can be enhanced in multiple ways. The Avalanche Engine brings in complex physics which enables you to conquer and demolish everything around you. This makes it an intuitive game with 60 FPS. Even then, the game is playable at 55.9 FPS. While 44 FPS isn’t terrible, framerate hitches weren’t noticeable.
Released last year, EA’s Battlefield 1 is at par with Just Cause 3 with an average frame rate speed as much as 55.5. The effects are stunning as the game was enjoyed for some time when the single-player campaign was executed. Apart from everything else, the game appeared realistic with fire effects and explosions. Thanks to the Frostbite 3 engine, the game ran at a consistent speed and never went below 42 FPS.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Owing to wonderful imagery and REDengine 3 tech, the Witcher 3 is a game to marvel at. The action RPG gives you the power to control graphical settings and the ability to enhance field effects along with Nvidia hair physics and occlusion. As you make your way through the lush countryside while riding a horse, you are sure to be surprised with lighting effects between the tree branches. While the game was able to record an average of 30 frames per second, it did stutter many times and dipped to as low as 24 FPS. The average frame speed was the minimum rate at which the game could be played without hitches.
Known to be released in March 2017, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds impresses every player. But, while the game is in its early access state, it presently consumes more with the system. Unreal Engine 4 has been popular because it sports a 7×7 mile world and offers you to play with a vast landscape. Not just that, you can always triple the fun with 100 players at the same time. While the system managed to reach 38.5 FPS on an average, the framerate went down to 26 occasionally indicating that the game is a bit inconsistent. Since the game is in its nascent stage, performance can be changed by optimizing improvements and with the addition of new graphical features.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Based on Ninja’s theory, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice runs just because of Epic’s Unreal Engine 4. Visually, the game features realistic faces that are complemented by creepy uncanny valley effect. But, the downside is that the graphics do impact the performance substantially. A 37.2 average FPS is what players can actually expect.
Created by Bohemia Interactive, Arma 3 has been much older on the list. The Real Virtuality 4 engine adds more to the environment scaling it up as much as 270 square kilometers. The game is fantastic with sophisticated physics and destructible environments that utilize the processing power. Just as you start off, the helicopter ride gives you the opportunity to view vast landscapes. As 35.6 FPS average made it playable, the frame rate dipped to 28 frames per second in a few instances.
Watch Dogs 2
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs 2 grabs the tenth position with an improved version of the Disrupt engine. With everything leveled up to maximum, Watch Dogs 2 offers realistic water effects and rich color shades. Roaming around virtual San Francisco, the team was able to accomplish 30 average FPS and 20s quite frequently.
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