When people say a game looks better than real life, it really means something. This game uses data from Bing Maps, to make the world more realistic, portrays real-world weather and everything in it looks majestic.
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey
This game looks damn good on PC on a granular level. Your model, for instance, looks really detailed, be it facial expressions or armour design and Assassin's Creed games are known for building really authentic architecture true to their eras.
YouTube/UbisoftAlthough this game is super heavy at over a 100GB, it's for a reason. The graphics are really convincing, and the developers used photometry which is scanning real environments to make 3D elements look more convincing.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
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It's been a few years since this one came out, but it has held up pretty well when it comes to graphics and it really focuses on the attention to detail, especially snow which is very difficult to get right. Too bad not many people play it in multiplayer mode.
This game features beautiful artistic lighting to really imply the mood of a certain situation. Although it was originally made for PS4, it is now available for PCs and even supports ray tracing.
Tom Clancy's The Division 2
This thing can definitely push some mean PC builds. The Warlords of New York expansion based on Lower Manhattan really looks phenomenal and really does justice to the Big Apple's skyline.
This Metro game takes things outdoors, but despite having a large map, it doesn't lose anything on the graphics front. It really feels like a ravaged waste land and the desert level too feels solid with some crazy sandstorm effects.
Forza Horizon 4
The greatest arcade racing game franchise offers tons of convincing visual details to keep the speed devil inside you satisfied. The graphics are awesome, the roster of cars is expansive, just a great package overall.