CD Projekt Red finally shared a game trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Huntthe upcoming ‘next-gen’ update and it’s pretty much what you’d hoped. The revamped action RPG looks better thanks to more detailed character models (with 4K textures), ray-traced lighting effects, and other cosmetic upgrades. Geralt looks grayer than ever, even water reflections they are more beautiful. It’s no surprise that the revamped game looks at least a little better than the original from 2015, and it’s not necessarily a night and day difference. Still, if you think the title is showing its age, changes are welcome.
The update also brings Netflix-inspired gameplay tweaks, cloud saves, and new content. witcher series. You can play at 60 frames per second, and a photo mode helps you take pictures of the game’s gloomy but beautiful landscapes.
The next-gen (actually current-gen) update will be available on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S on December 14. It’s not a full-fledged sequel or remake, but if you’re new to The Witcher games or haven’t touched it yet, it might be worth a try. Witcher 3 over the years. Consider this the beginning of CDPR’s revival of the series.
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