If you are die hard game lover, then you are at right place. Today we are going to show you 15 best high-end graphics games for your PC that you must not miss in 2017. Go through the post to know about the games.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here are many best games coming this year, and this year will be enjoyable for hardcore gamers. We think it’s fair to assume that most gamers are glad to see past the year 2016 in the rear-view mirror. There were a few incredible successes in the video game industry, but 2016 will be remembered for its disappointments. We certainly hope that 2017 can pick up the slack, but unavoidably there will be a few stinkers deposited onto store counters. Many games are coming this year; few have been already released. So, today we are going to mention 15 best games for your PC that you will love to play again and again. Most of them are high-end games which will require a Graphic card to run.
15 Best Hi-End Graphics Games You Should Play On Your PC
1) Dying Light
Dying Light is the next zombie-infested game from Techland, the developer that brought the Dead Island franchise to the world. Dying Light is different from Dead Island in several respects. Sure, they’re both first-person, open-world zombie games with a heavy focus on melee combat, but Dying Light features freerunning. If it ends up anything like Mirror’s Edge with hordes of the undead peppered throughout, count me in.
From the people who made the amazing co-op game Left 4 Dead comes Evolve, a five-player, four-versus-one shooting game. A team of four hunters comprised of different classes like trappers and medics takes on a fifth player who controls a giant monster. The beast can eat wildlife spread across the diverse maps to grow bigger and stronger, while the hunters must use their abilities cooperatively to take the creature down. Sounds like a fun time to me, no matter what side I’m on.
3) The Order: 1886
What’s most alluring about The Order: 1886 is its unusual premise: It’s 1886 (obviously) in London, and you play as a knight in order of protectors sworn to keep the world safe from monsters half man and half animal. The Knights aren’t necessarily completely human themselves, featuring rapid healing abilities derived from drinking a substance called Black Water and special powers due to the steampunk-like setting the game takes place in. With an intriguing plot, setting, a cast of characters and gameplay, The Order is shaping up to be one interesting game.
4) Battlefield Hardline
The Battlefield series is doing something new to get the upper hand in its eternal battle for dominance over Call of Duty. Battlefield Hardline takes the fight from ravaged and desolated war zones to the streets of Los Angeles and Miami in cops-versus-robbers shootouts. In Hardline, you play as either a criminal or a law enforcement officer as chases and firefights take you across entire cities. It’s a new direction for the series, but one that might pay off big.
From Software, the developers of the infamous Dark Souls series is bringing PlayStation 4 owners Bloodborne. Like the franchise it mimics, Bloodborne is a third-person fantasy RPG full of dark and gritty undertones. Players will have to be more offensive this time around to survive the dense and consistent waves of enemies they’ll face. But will the game end up being as punishing and ruthlessly difficult as Dark Souls? Only time will tell.
6) Mortal Kombat X
We’ve all played a Mortal Kombat game by now, right? The newest games are three-dimensional fighters known for their gore. The combat is brutal, as are the unique and sickening fatalities each character can pull off. New to the series is the ability to interact with the environment, using it as a weapon. The energy meter from the previous game returns, allowing fighters to use special X-ray moves that show a character’s bones shattering as you beat him to death.
7) Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is an upcoming open world action-adventure platform video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It is a reboot of 2008’s Mirror’s Edge and will revolve around Faith’s origin and her attempt to overthrow a totalitarian conglomerate of corporations who rule the City of Glass.
8) The Witcher 3
The Witcher games take high fantasy and brutal combat and mix them into fun and addicting open-world RPG. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt takes those elements and expands on them. The third game in the series will feature huge beasts Geralt of Rivia, the protagonist, can hunt across the world 30 times larger than previous entries in the series. For those who haven’t played the first two games, that’s a huge amount of land. In fact, it might be one of the biggest open worlds ever created for an RPG.
9) Batman: Arkham Knight
Rocksteady shook the world when they released Batman: Arkham Asylum to critical and commercial acclaim. Gamers loved the satisfying combat and bosses, story and setting and the detective minigames. Arkham Asylum made you feel like Batman for the first time. Now, after two games, the same studio is ready to close out the series with Arkham Knight, in which Batman will face off against Scarecrow and other adversaries that want to kill him off for good.
Superhot is an indie game originally developed as part of a project that required devs to create a first-person shooter in seven days. It was released online for free as an in-browser game, but it was so successful that the developers knew they had to apply their concept to a full game. In Superhot, time is frozen so long as the player stands still. Even bullets freeze mid-flight when the player stops moving, leading to strategic and puzzle-like firefights.
11) Far Cry Primal
Far Cry Primal is an action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 23, 2016, and for Microsoft Windows on March 1, 2016. Part of the Far Cry series, it is the first game set in the Stone Age. It revolves around the story of Takkar, who starts off as an unarmed hunter and rises to become the leader of a tribe.
12) Tom Clancy’s The Division
Tom Clancy’s The Division is an online-only open world third-person shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Massive and published by Ubisoft, with assistance from Red Storm Entertainment, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It was announced during Ubisoft’s E3 2013 press conference and was released worldwide on 8 March 2016. The Division is set in a dystopian New York City in the aftermath of a smallpox pandemic; the player, who is an agent of the titular Strategic Homeland Division. It is commonly referred as simply “The Division”, is tasked with helping to rebuild the Division’s operations in Manhattan, investigating the nature of the outbreak and combating criminal activity in its wake.
#13 Dirt Showdown
It is the game which was developed and published by Codemasters and is right now available for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Xbox 360, Play Station 3 and Linux. The fame offers various races and tournaments to compete in. Well, if you win the race and competition you will be rewarded with prize money which you can spend to buy new cars or upgrade the existing ones.
#14 BioShock Infinite
It was the game developed by Irrational Games and published by 2K Games. It was a famous first person shooting game which is available for Microsoft Windows, Play Staton 3 and Xbox 360. The game is the third installment in BioShock series, and the gameplay concepts and themes are similar to its previous versions. The gameplay graphics are high.
It was released this year, and it is a first person shooting games based on a team based. The game is very popular and developed/published by Blizzard Entertainment. The game characters have some unique movement, attributes, and abilities which makes this game very much addictive.
So, these were the Top Best Video Games, Did we miss anything? If yes! Then you can comment below the name of the game that you felt missing. Don’t forget to share with your friends! Let us know your favorite games in the comment box below.