High Tune Red Dead Redemption 2 is a massive game, with tons of settings, plenty of bugs, and an appetite for high-end hardware.
First Look Gears 5 is more demanding than Gears 4, but it can still run on a wide range of hardware.
Big guns The latest tale from the Borderlands starts off easy on hardware, but you'll need to bring the big guns for higher resolutions.
RTX On Control is the best showcase yet for ray tracing, but even without it, you'll need a pretty beefy graphics card for higher settings and resolutions.
Got VRAM? Youngblood can run on low-spec hardware, but it's best with lots of VRAM and a dedicated GPU.
Road Rage Here's what sort of CPU and GPU you'll need to get Rage 2 running at 60fps or even 144fps.
Iron Man Anthem is tough on any hardware, but our GPU, CPU and notebook testing will help you go in prepared.
FPS Royale Performance is generally good, though budget GPUs may still struggle to hit 60fps without some tweaks.
RTXodus Exodus is the second game with ray tracing support, with DLSS to offset the performance hit. We've got benchmarks and image quality comparisons in this performance analysis.
Benchmark Royale From modest to extreme hardware, we've tested Fortnite to show how it runs, with updated results as of Season 7.
Stealth power We've tested numerous graphics cards, CPUs, and notebooks to find out what it takes to get the most out of Hitman 2.
Bleeding Edge Real-time ray tracing is here, and it's no surprise it requires a beefy GPU and CPU to run well.