Zwift has released a new course called Yorkshire and after riding it for a month I finally took some screenshots. These 4K screenshots only capture a few key locations of the course, but they highlight the level of detail that makes riding in Zwift so much more enjoyable.
Running Zwift on a gaming PC rather than on Apple TV or iPhone allows for the highest graphic settings and advanced customization like removing all leaderboards, stats and HUD. Zwift Preferences is the tool I use to hide these UI elements. I still see all of the stats on Zwift companion app while I ride, but in front of me is just the road free of noisy stats and distracting leaderboards. I also use the "0" key to set the camera into a locked angle mode and then arrow keys to move it around or "+", "-" keys to zoom in and out.
The gaming PC used to capture these 4K screenshots of Zwift Yorkshire course:
Alienware R7: Intel Core i7 8700, NVIDIA GTX 1080, 32GB DDR4 2666MHz, 256GB M.2 PCIe SSD