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Whats Actually The Best PHOTOREALISTIC PC GAME that exists? I have gta v with insane graphics mods

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Skyrim has some amazing ENBs out there that push the limits of photorealism.


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13 minutes ago, aisle9 said:

Skyrim has some amazing ENBs out there that push the limits of photorealism.

Until the big tiddy hits you right in the 4K 8K. 

 

My votes go to Resident Evil 2 reboot, Detroit: Become Human, and Modern Warfare 2019 if we're talking vanilla graphics. Skyrim definitely hits the point of indiscernible differences if we omit said big tiddy, elf ears, and f#cking dragons. 

 

Edit: For some reason I didn't single out magic, but I did tiddies... #Truth


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5 minutes ago, ARikozuM said:

Until the big tiddy hits you right in the 4K 8K. 

 

My votes go to Resident Evil 2 reboot, Detroit: Become Human, and Modern Warfare 2019 if we're talking vanilla graphics. Skyrim definitely hits the point of indiscernible differences if we omit said big tiddy, elf ears, and f#cking dragons. 

 

Edit: For some reason I didn't single out magic, but I did tiddies... #Truth

 

19 minutes ago, aisle9 said:

Skyrim has some amazing ENBs out there that push the limits of photorealism.

 

Not sure.... Heres a comparsion

 

skyrim with whatever graphic mods they use

 

https://youtu.be/--7z6m_EBLc

 

 

AND gta v with same mods i use

 

Im watching on mobile so i cant tell yet ill look when I get on my pc tho

 

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, ARikozuM said:

Until the big tiddy hits you right in the 4K 8K. 

How does that take away from the surroundings? Oh, I get it, cause that's what you focus on at that point, right? :D

 

And yeah, my vote goes to Skyrim when it's modded to oblivion. Pun intended :P.

 

12 hours ago, Sauron said:

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Please, go read the definition of photorealism then come back and admit you were wrong.

 

@WolfLoverPro If you were to take away characters and HUD in GTA, then take a screenshot, I would still be able to say it's GTA...

 

On vanilla? Plenty of titles, some Tomb Raider ones, Metro Exodus, Ethan Carter, BF:V, RDR2, Dishonored 2, FC:V...Crysis :D

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Poor PC plebs need to spend thousand of dollars on hardwares and still mod their games to make it look realistic. /s

 

6 years old game. 

 

For vanilla PC games i say Battlefront 2 got the best looking graphic. 

Honorable mention goes to Kingdom Come: Deliverance. 


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Frostbite engine games, Battlefront onwards. Most of the stuff they have is photogrammetry so the textures match the geometry just like real life. Assuming you're actually asking for photorealism and not just "good graphics" because GTA and Red Dead do look really good, but they don't look photorealistic.

Take it back a few years and you have Ethan Carter, Crysis series (CryEngine I still think has the best renderer for realistic results), Everybody's gone to the Rapture. You could toss in Edith Finch if you ignore the occasional character models. 3/4 of those games are "walking sims" though, and 2 are CryEngine. Hunt Showdown is a new CryEngine title.

The motion blur, light shafts, and Depth of field in particular are really impressive considering how shit they look in Unity or UE4. Too bad literally no one uses CryEngine.


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On 2/6/2020 at 2:51 PM, ARikozuM said:

Until the big tiddy hits you right in the 4K 8K. 

 

If you used a UNP body they were not that big. You are thinking CBBE.


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On 2/7/2020 at 11:31 AM, Soag said:

Ethan Carter

It's such an odd game. The nature is incredibly beautiful, stunning in VR, but the proportions of some random things are so off it hurts the immersion. I just want an unending forest like that to listen to audio books in.

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15 hours ago, tatte said:

It's such an odd game. The nature is incredibly beautiful, stunning in VR, but the proportions of some random things are so off it hurts the immersion. I just want an unending forest like that to listen to audio books in.

At this point it's also kind of old and DICE have surpassed the quality of the photoscans and geometry too.


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If we're talking vanilla, the ones that come to mind are Metro Exodus and Battlefield V. COD WW2 was also strangely impressive when the filter didn't get in the way. I can't talk about MW as I haven't played it. I would also add the Resident Evil reboots.

 

But, I'm curious - what are the system specifications required to run the ultra-realism mods discussed here?

When I first played GTA V on a 7th gen i5 and a 1060 6GB, I was baffled at how bland the graphics looked (tbh MGSVPP looks much better) and how insanely demanding it was (could play at mostly Very High, and still choppy).

What system did you use?

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