If you're looking at getting a pre-built PC from Razer, then you made the right choice. Razers R1 series of prebuilt PCs is headlined by MainGear which means you know you're receiving a good quality setup. Even if you go along the lines of the Razer Core X, you'll be transforming your PC into a gaming powerhouse. And, of course, once you've got your Razer PC, you'll want to show it off. The good news is that any of the games on this list will put on a show for you.
If you want to play some of the most popular FPS games to date, your Razer setup has you covered. If you're looking to capture all the stunning visuals your Razer PC can produce, there are games on this list to prove it. And if you really want to show off how well your Razer PC can perform, the last title on our list is pushing the envelope and will truly demonstrate how powerful your Razer PC is in terms of performance. Behold, here are the five best games to show off your Razer PC.
5. Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077 may not have accomplished the extreme standards it set out to, but it didn't completely fail. It still brought us an immaculate environment, one of the vastest and most diverse we have ever seen in an RPG game. Its nightlife-inspired metropolis is a stunning sight to behold, and it will most likely appear much better on your Razer PC. That's because R1 Razer PCs are equipped with the best graphics cards on the market, the thirty series line of Nvidia Geforce graphic cards. Once you mention that, no one will be questioning how well your Razer PC will perform.
And if you want to showcase those amazing Ray Tracing capabilities, then Cyberpunk 2077 and Razer is a perfect match. Its enabled with a Ray Tracing Optimization Mod, which further optimizes Ray Tracing in-game performance. You'll want to take advantage of this as city nights in Cyberpunk have tons of reflections, bouncing light, and colorful highlights that want to be shown off. And if you want to show off, Cyberpunk and a Razer PC are the way to go.
4. Tiny Tinas Wonderlands
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, a new game with a focus on comic-style graphics on display. This makes perfect use to show off your Razer PC. Made by Gearbox Software and published by 2K Games, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is an open-world adventure with so much to explore and thank's to its unique graphics it never comes across as dull. With a game with this type of aesthetics, you'll want to double the FPS output more than ever before, because comic-style games look bad at low FPS but look fantastic at high FPS.
If you're rocking this title with a new pre-built Razer PC, then that won't be a problem. Easily expect your Razer PC to push 120 frames in, I would argue, any story game. Story games frequently feel like a playable movie and having a high frame rate to go with it just adds to the immersion. If you want to impress your friends, get an FPS tracker and play some of the latest story games for them; they'll be blown away when they see the number of frames you're continually pushing.
3. Apex Legends
Try out your Razer PC on Apex Legends if you want to compete against some of the finest FPS gamers in the world in one of the most fast-paced FPS games to date. Apex Legends is one of the most difficult battle royale games I've ever played, owing to the game's heavy emphasis on mobility. This means you'll often find yourself needing to pull a quick one-eighty or flick on opponents at a moment's notice. The last thing you want to happen is your screen tearing or operating at a low FPS preventing you from giving it your all.
If you're rocking a pre-built Razer PC, this won't be an issue for you. Even in the biggest battle royales, like Apex, you'll be pumping a constant frame rate, so you won't be able to blame low FPS for your death. Or for that matter if the graphics are unclear. R1 Razer Edition PCs are built for the most demanding of games, and while Apex is running in the middle of the pack, it's no challenge for you're Razer PC, and a great game to show off its performance.
2. Counter-Strike Global Offensive
Sure Counter-Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO) isn't one of the most demanding FPS games on the market, but at moments it can be. Just hear me out. You're pushing a site and you're team starts throwing a plethora of grenades, in turn, the enemy team counter's this with multiple smoke grenades. If you've played CS:GO you know in these moments, FPS can drop and really affect your in-game performance. You won't have to worry about that now that all R1 Razer PCs include Ray Tracing.
Ray Tracing will further optimize these graphics with your game's general display graphics. Further ensuring that you don't lose a significant amount of FPS in a graphically demanding area. After all, you need to rely on your PC to give you the best performance in the most crucial of moments. One PC you know you can rely on, is a pre-built Razer.
1. Elden Ring
If you really want to push the limits of your Razer PC, give it a trial on Elden Ring. The largest open-world ARPG to date, with a dynamic scenery, needs a powerful PC to fully enjoy it. In turn, your PC needs to show its limits. Well for Elden Ring, I say show me what you got. I guarantee you won't notice a performance hit from your Razer PC if you crank up the graphics settings to get the most immersive experience possible. You should be getting plenty of impressionable faces showing off one of the greatest games on one of the best pre-built PCs.
On a more serious note, pre-built PCs can often be spotty and overpriced, and a lot don't seem to really offer what they advertise. Razer PCs, being designed by Main Gear, aren't exploiting its pre-built factor for more money. Actually, for a pre-built PC with this level of performance, the upfront price is a steal.
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