The holiday season is upon us. And, we have a new Powerful fleet of NVIDIA ready to launch its new generation of Graphics card. Besides that, we also have a list of AAA-rated PC games to test those Graphics card out. These ‘Most awaited and demanding games of 2018’ are set to release in second half of 2018. let’s have a look at those games…
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is an absolutely gorgeous game. And it is definitely one of the Most awaited and demanding games of 2018. Even if Ubisoft doesn’t improve the graphics of this game over Assassin’s Creed Origins, it won’t affect Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s popularity.
As we have seen with Assassin’s Creed Origins. It totally depends on your PC’s performance that how this game looks. Unless Ubisoft makes some major improvements to performance, a very solid quad-core processor is going to be required to hit 60 FPS.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Shadow of the Tomb Raider just about pipped Fallout 76 to the final spot. Thanks to the small part to the Geothermal Valley. Anyone who has played Rise of the Tomb Raider is familiar with this infamous spot. This hub area absolutely tanks performance. Now, with the news that Shadow of the Tomb Raider will feature the largest hub areas yet in the series. We are willing to bet it’s going to hit hard on our frames per second. It should be worth it though. As Shadow of the Tomb Raider is sure to be one of the finest looking games in existence when it launches on September 14th.
Forza Horizon 4
if you look back at Forza horizon’s third entry to its series, and its system requirements. You could make a pretty good assumption about Forza Horizon 4’s system requirements. Most importantly, if you think of all the money it is going to cost, it could make to your eyes weep.
Its release is set in Britain this time around with a dynamic season. And it is going to support 72 players online at the same time, in the same world simultaneously. Its a much more magnificent game that we have ever seen before in any other open-world racing game, making it a perfect showcase for the awesome power of your gaming rig.
Just Cause 4
Just Cause 3 was a demanding game in its own way, and there’s little sign that Just Cause 4 will be any different. Avalanche likes to throw everything at its pyrotechnic showcase. A map that is hundreds of square kilometers wide, chain reaction explosions, fast and energetic gameplay. And, for the first time ever, dynamic weather effects that include physics-based tornadoes that will tear entire towns up.
It’s the sort of thing that does CPUs and graphics cards weeping. Particularly considering Just Cause 3’s widespread performance. Avalanche has moved Just Cause 4 to its new Apex game engine, so this could prove to be of a wild card.
Arguably, there is no other development studio in the world that can touch DICE’s output. Especially in Multiplayer field. The fact that they release these games in every one or two years. And manage to make them look so stunning every time. It is just the result of their talent.
The Frostbite 3 engine is fantastic as well. Every game released on it looks awesome and runs great. However, that doesn’t mean Battlefield V is going to be running on a calculator anytime soon. The gameplay looks fabulous, but when you count in 64-players, vehicles, destruction, and huge maps. Battlefield 5 is going to be a real test for our gaming rigs. It is the sort of game that a lot of people are going to be able to run on Low with any problems, but the High and Ultra settings are going to need the very best from our GPUs.