High-quality graphics enhance the overall gaming experience by creating a more immersive and visually appealing environment. This can help to draw players deeper into the game world, making the experience more enjoyable and engaging.

Here are 10 of the best looking video games on PC in 2023.

1. God of War (2018)

God of War PC is an absolutely amazing port! I already played this game on PS4 back then, so I know what to expect, so this was more of a review of the PC port. I have a high-end PC and was worried it would still be rough, but I am easily running this at 1440p Ultra 90fps+.

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God of War (2018)

As for the game, the story is incredible, the world is gorgeous, characters are very well done along with their voice acting. The combat is intense and brutal. The music is incredible as well. This game is a masterpiece, that should be played by everyone. Use DLSS if you need better fps, cause they did a good job supporting that.

2. Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 is a masterpiece of a game, with an incredible campaign that offers one of the most immersive and captivating storytelling experiences of any game in recent memory. The game is stunningly beautiful, with an enormous world that is incredibly detailed, and packed with content.

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Red Dead Redemption 2

The gameplay is also fantastic, with tight controls and a variety of activities to engage in. The game's open-world design allows for a great deal of exploration and freedom, with plenty of side missions and activities to keep players engaged for hours on end.

3. Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered

Spider-Man is an absolutely incredible game, that is full of love for the source material, and incredible fast-paced gameplay. You can tell that the developers poured their heart and soul into this game and it rivals the Arkham games for the title of the best superhero video game of all time.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered

Between the gorgeous graphics and stunning recreation of New York City, you'll lose track of time as you're immersed in this world that has been created. Swinging through the streets is an absolute joy and the character designs are incredible.

4. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is definitely a great superhero game and it does a lot to improve on its predecessor in terms of combat and traversal. It never really gets old to web-sling through an accurate depiction of New York City. The story and gameplay were enjoyable enough for me to at least want a gameplay session in every day. The story had likable characters and not one really stood out to me as a bad character. The graphics are amazing and as expected.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales

However, the game is pretty much just an expansion of the original Spider-Man and is very short.

5. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade

Everything in the game that's an adaptation of the original FF7 I love. It gave me major nostalgia vibes to walk through gorgeously rendered versions of FF7's environments. The combat is much more engaging - no more watching a tv show on the side while I button-mash another random encounter.

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Final Fantasy VII

Many of the big story moments still hit and I found even more to love in the characters based on their performances going beyond text boxes and blocky animations. Even the music is just top-notch. The OST will be a mainstay in my playlist for years. It feels like I'm seeing the old game with fresh eyes and remembering why it made such an impact.

6. Atomic Heart

Atomic Heart is what you'd call a AA game - unlike a modern AAA game that tries to incorporate tons of elements into a single title, Atomic Heart maintains a narrower focus that allows it to refine its main mechanics. The result is a strange, endearing, and mostly well-made atompunk FPS with RPG and exploration elements. Some aspects are clunkier than others, but the game generally succeeds in what it sets out to accomplish.

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Atomic Heart

Its exceptional visuals/art direction features meticulously-designed environments consistently, despite the world’s large scale and high location density.

7. Cyberpunk 2077

The combat in Cyberpunk 2077 is both thrilling and challenging. Whether you prefer to go in guns blazing or take a more tactical approach, the game offers a range of weapons and upgrades that allow you to customize your play style. The addition of cybernetic enhancements further adds to the excitement of combat, with options such as mantis blades and smart guns that provide unique and satisfying ways to take down enemies.

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Cyberpunk 2077

One of the most impressive aspects of Cyberpunk 2077 is the attention to detail in its world-building. From the neon-lit streets of Night City to the gritty back alleys of its underbelly, every corner of the game feels alive and vibrant. The voice acting and writing are top-notch, with memorable characters and complex moral dilemmas that keep you invested in the story.

8. Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5 is a masterclass example of how to do an open-world racing game, bar none. Thanks to its deeply rich map, wealth of content, and fantastic visuals, it's the best racing experience I've had yet.

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Forza Horizon 5

The graphics are very beautiful. So beautiful that they make you feel warm inside while looking at them. And that big open world that you can roam around and explore... It is so good that a lot of players like to just set up cruises with each other, drive slowly and enjoy.

9. Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil 8 is a more action-oriented game after its direct predecessor firmly returned the series back to its survival horror roots, but fortunately, it doesn't overindulge in action schlock.

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Resident Evil Village

This is still a very spooky, very tense Resident Evil that maintains an excellent balance between frantic combat encounters and quieter moments of exploration, set in often visually stunning environments that are excellently designed and featuring some of the best and most charismatic antagonists I have seen in any media in a while.

10. Elden Ring

The open world is stunning and incredibly diverse in its variety of visuals when it comes to areas and their themes. Not to mention that the map is absolutely huge. The more you traverse the world from zone to zone you can't help but be awed by something new, there's just always something new: a new piece of art, new architecture, a new monster.

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Elden Ring

The monster diversity is one thing, even tho it is very important but what stuns me the most is really the variety in the details of the world itself. You can't help but simply stop at times staring at an entrance to the castle or a statue beside a church or at the edge of a mountain.

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