These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

Wednesday's PlayStation 4 event showed us what next-gen graphics are capable of, so if you had any doubts that game environments could grow even better looking and more detailed, they're probably now gone.

Cities and city skylines in general were always a perfect way to show how beautiful a game is, so we collected some huge and gorgeous cities from upcoming titles—and a few from recent memory as well.


SimCity (SimCity 2013)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: EA

Hengsha (Deus Ex: Human Revolution)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Deus Ex Wiki

Panau City (Just Cause 2)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Just Cause Wiki

Vekta City (Killzone: Shadow Fall)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Killzone.com

Chicago (Watch_Dogs)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Ubisoft

Los Angeles (LA Noire)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Rockstar

Los Santos (Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: GTAGaming

Liberty City (Grand Theft Auto IV)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Rockstar

Liberty Dome NYC (Crysis 3)

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Crysis.com

And this is how it looked back then. The neon lights of Moonside in Earthbound are still pretty charming.

These City Skylines Prove Just How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

source: Starmen.net

You should submit your picks with visuals in the comments below!