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Graphically Demanding Games to Play on Your ORIGIN PC

July 18, 2018 | By brian

Part of the appeal of PC gaming is being able to enjoy the most visually rich experience possible, beyond that of a console. Crisp 4K visuals, tiny details such as fog or wind rustling the trees and a character’s hair, all of these collectively contribute to gorgeous titles that look absolutely stunning on modern gaming desktops and gaming laptops provided you have the hardware to handle the demands. If you’re looking for titles that test the power of your ORIGIN PC, consider some of these titles.

Back when the original first-person shooter Crysis was released more than ten years ago, it became notorious for its steep hardware requirements which few PCs were able to meet. With the release of Crysis 3, the trend continued. It may be an older title, but if you max the settings, the game looks just as good if not better than titles released this year.

Much like Crysis 3Grand Theft Auto V has been around for a few years now but at its optimum settings, it features support for 4K textures and huge distance scaling. We also can’t forget about its truckload of mods. Navigating Los Santos looks just as good today as it did back in 2013.

The 2013 Tomb Raider reboot was met with critical acclaim for its gorgeous graphics. The 2016 sequel Rise of the Tomb Raider ups the ante with its 4K visuals and an immersive wilderness that looks almost lifelike at max settings. The first level which sees protagonist Lara Croft making her way through a blizzard sets a high bar.

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