Top 10 Best Optimized PC Games Of 2021

DSOGaming : 2021 has been a weird year. Nevertheless, and without further ado, here are our Top 10 Most Optimized PC Games of 2021.

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MadLad520d ago

Back 4 Blood really should be on here.
I have my main PC, and then two others I mostly use for work.
The game runs well across the board, with some obvious changes needed for each PC. The game is highly stable on many different hardware configurations.

CaptainHenry916520d ago (Edited 520d ago )

I agree but Back 4 Blood was awful and it sucked in my opinion. Resident Evil Village looked amazing on PC and I can't complain about that

MadLad520d ago (Edited 520d ago )

To each their own, but I really do love B4B. One of the few games friends and I actively play with each other.

As for Village, all those games using the Moon/RE Engine are insanely well done, and should be offered to more devs the same way Unreal is.
Even on my weakest rig, with a now ancient gtx680/i5 I can lock those games at 42fps, 1080p with most of the settings cranked.

RaidenBlack520d ago

RE is one of the best engine out their in terms of multi-plat optimization and future-proof feature sets.
Even beating out of MW'19 engine as well as to some degree idTech 7.
Its pretty scalable too ... running on Switch (Monster Hunter Rise)
Only one thing left to see is how good it can render a vast open world whilst targeting RE8 or even better visuals.
Dragon's Dogma 2, maybe? :D