High-End Games That Are Playable on Low-End PCs

by February 9, 2021 0 comments

Budget gamers often give up on the dream of running a high-end game on their system because of the hardware incapability and even though, games are becoming demanding with each passing day, there are some high-end games that can run on 4 GB RAM and deliver good FPS and player experience.

#1 GHOST RUNNER

Ghost Runner is an open-world cyberpunk action video game. Ghost runner stands out by being 100% committed to delivering the fantasy of becoming a super fast and deadly assassin. This is a game where you run fast, slide fast, kill fast and if you can’t do those things fast enough you die fast. It can be very demanding and requires pinpoint platforming precision and split-second decision-making, but it’s rarely ever frustrating thanks to instant response, mostly generous checkpointing and most importantly open-ended combat encounters that offer multiple methods of approach. The only main weapon in Ghost Runner is a sword making it even more challenging and precision-based.

#2 FORTNITE

Love it or hate it, Fortnite is definitely one of the most played battle royale game of all time. Ignoring its cartoonish theme, the game is pretty good and addicting. Fortnite is very easy to play but very difficult to win. The players who win are very skilled at the game. It is still the battle royale game to beat. It has a lot going for it including approachable gameplay modes, bright and zany graphics, an excellent construction system and a huge player base. This game can run smoothly on 4 GB RAM, Dual-core CPU and Intel HD 520 graphics.

#3 GTA V

GTA 5 can be played on a low spec computer on low settings with Intel HD 520 and 4 GB of RAM that can give you 20 fops which is playable. If you have never tested GTA 5 on your computer and you want it to do that now then make sure you lower the settings as much as possible so that it runs at a smooth frame rate. Once you get it to run, you can tweak it and if it doesn’t affect performance much you can keep the settings. Otherwise, you can always revert them back. It also depends on your system RAM because Intel HD is an integrated GPU and doesn’t have its own memory. So it has to take some memory from the system RAM. If you have 4 GB RAM, you can smoothly play the game on low settings but if you have more than 4 GB say 8 GB, you can play the game without lag on decent graphics.

#4 F1 2019

F1 2019 is the official video game of the 2019 Formula One and Formula two championships developed and published by Codemasters. It is the first game in the series to feature driver transfers with AI drivers able to switch teams during or at the end of a championship year. These moves will be randomly generated rather than scripted events. The game includes 18 Formula One cars from F1 2018 from the 1972 to 2010 seasons with the DLC having a focus on the careers of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna. The DLC also includes the 2010 McLaren mp425 driven by Lewis Hamilton and Jensen Button and the 2010 Ferrari f10 driven by Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa. These cars were included to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Codemasters releasing the Formula One game on the 7th and eighth generations of consoles. This game can easily deliver a 30 fps performance on 4 GB RAM, Quad-core processor and Nvidia GT 710.

#5 MXGP 2

MXGP2 is an open world racing video game. The gameplay is more realistic when comparing to other motocross games such as Reflex Alive, SuperCross Encore and Mud etc. For example, you have control over the dirt bike’s clutch, rear brake, front brake and can shift gears manually. You can also use the left stick to control the bike and the right stick to control the rider’s movements. All of these controls really matter as you approach certain parts of the tracks such as hairpin turns, jumps etc. Moving on, during a race you have sessions such as practice or qualifying and then the actual race that consists of two heats. This game can run smoothly on 40 fps with 4 GB RAM, Quad-core CPU and Nvidia GT 610.

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