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The Witcher 3″ Next-Generation Update

The first trailer has been released of Witcher 3 next-generation update.

CD Projekt has released the first trailer for the next-gen update coming to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in December, giving us our first look at the visual overhaul and other changes that are finally coming to the hit RPG.

The original Witcher 3 was pretty spectacular, to begin with, especially if you were lucky enough to play it on a 4K-capable PC. (At first glance, the next-generation update may not seem like such a dramatic improvement. But it’s more than just increased resolution; CD Projekt previously confirmed that the update would include ray-tracing support, various performance enhancements, and support for AMD’s FSR.

Okay, maybe that is not the most important part. That honor goes to the addition of a native photo mode, which was not there before (in 2016, CD Projekt added Nvidia Ansel support instead). It was an odd exclusion. The Witcher 3 is a game with striking visuals, especially in 4K and especially when the game moves into the “Blood and Wine” expansion Toussaint.

The screenshot taken by the PC gamer got the player who was playing. ( Imagine what someone with proper tools and a modicum of photographic talent could come up with. )

(Image credit: CD Projekt)

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The Witcher 3 Next-Gen Update

If you buy this game, you will receive a free next-gen update on 14th dec.

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