It’s an HD world out there, and it isn’t just TV shows and movies anymore. Newly released video games churn out beautiful and detailed graphics that almost look like the real thing. Nowadays, graphics aren’t just at 1080p anymore, 4k is a thing now. If you’re looking for the clean and crisp beauty of a 4k world, you’re going to need an awesome rig that can churn that out.
It’s a good thing that you’ve got your hands on the best gaming laptop from Sager Notebook. Now, you’re going to need games that will fully utilize your machine’s abilities. If you want to get your dose of eye candy, here are six games that will definitely make your graphics card bring out its full power:
Grand Theft Auto V
The quality of work that Rockstar put into GTA V makes it one of the best high-end PC games ever released. Revisit the sprawling city of Los Santos in style with the detailed draw distance, reflections, and even the quality of the grass. You can tune this game up to 4K if you’re up to it. There are also mods out there that make the game even more of a feast for the eyes.
Fallout 4 (with the HD pack)
Vanilla Fallout 4 isn’t really a graphically stunning game (but to be fair, it does look a lot better than the earlier titles in the series). But Bethesda has heard your pleas, and with the HD textures graphics pack, you can expect an addition 58GB of storage space for the new graphics package that will make your post-apocalyptic adventure look as realistic as possible. With the open world environment, expect to do a lot of exploring in HD.
Forza Horizon 3
Forza Horizon is one of the best arcade racing game series ever released. In 2016, a landmark event happened – it finally found a new home in PCs. Playing 60 fps through the Australian outback with a beautiful combination of music and purring engines is the way racing games should always be played. Accurately streaming an environment that’s being passed by at 200 miles an hour is going to take some serious power, but luckily you’ve got the hardware for that.
Have you played the original Crysis? Back in 2000, Crysis managed to give us awesome graphics from the get-go. Now in its third installment, Crysis is back to dishing out stellar graphics. With the game’s sun beams and particle effects, it’s sure to make your graphics card work.
As you’ve read many times over in dozens of articles, Battlefield 1 is one of the most visually stunning games you can buy. Making use of the Frostbite engine, the deserts of the Sinai Peninsula and the trenches of France are all presented in stunning detail.
There are games like the Witcher III and GTA V that provide a good amount of draw distance, but with Arma III, how about 25 kilometers worth? Excellent draw distance, how about beautiful lighting and particle effects? A whopping 60 fps isn’t going to be a problem with the heavy hardware you’ve got, right?