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Show off What Your Origin PC Can Do

October 16, 2019 | By brian

Last time we told you about ray tracing technology and a couple of games that will take advantage of the innovative technology. If you’re looking to crank up the graphical settings on your custom PC and see what it can do, the following games are popular titles that show what your hardware can do.

Let’s begin with a pair of older titles. Released four years ago, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is still one of the most visually captivating experiences available on PC. With a rich, expansive open world full of details, danger, and sights to explore, the game still looks gorgeous on modern PCs in 4K. Grand Theft Auto V is another classic that received a graphical facelift for is PC release, allowing players to take on the role of three different characters while experiencing the fictional state of San Andreas in crisp 60fps 4K resolution.

PC outfitted with the latest graphics cards and processors can handle heavier graphical demands than consoles. When you’re about to take on a massive boss, the last thing you want is to experience a drop in framerate or lag. Last year’s Monster Hunter: World is all about hunting down increasingly powerful and visually impressive monsters solo or with friends while improving your gear to take on even more fearsome creatures.

A newly released game that pushes PCs, the action-adventure game Control is among the first games to make use of ray-tracing technology extensively. Combined with its mind-bending gameplay, it’s a refreshingly original gaming experience that looks incredible on PC.

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