What Games Have the Best Graphics in 2020

Gaming has been on a steady increase for the past twenty years. And with it, graphics have improved immensely to the point we sometimes can’t distinguish between reality and virtual. But what games in 2020 had the best graphics. Below I will be examining what games, for their respective console, had the best graphics in 2020.

Mobile

When it comes to mobile gaming, graphics are not as advance as other consoles but are still improving massively from the days of pong. And in 2020 the standout is the incredible graphics in Seven Deadly Sins. For a mobile game, the smooth 3D graphics create an immersive and beautiful environment for players to lose themselves in. Most mobile games could only dream of having graphics of this level, so major props to the developers for going the extra mile.

PlayStation

The hit game Death Stranding took the world by storm. But aside from the complex story, the stellar graphics stood apart. They utilized advance motion capture and a dedicated development team to create something almost indistinguishable from real life. It is too easy to lose your self in the world of Death Stranding. In terms of PlayStation games, this one comes out on top.

Xbox

Xbox has always taken pride in merging excellent graphics with solid and consistent gameplay. And the epitome of this is Halo 5. The latest installment in the franchise uses the latest technology to create a more vivid and vibrant world for the Master Chief to explore and for the player to lose themselves in. Sci-Fi settings have always been perfect fits for artists to flex their creative muscles and Halo 5 does not shy away from this. It is definitely the standout choice for Xbox.

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