It is hard to believe E3 2014 ended just over a month ago. One of the games that left the biggest impression on me was The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The demo shown at the Microsoft press conference (apparently played on easy) was one of the most beautiful E3 demos I have seen and I was so sad to see it end. Those lucky enough to attend Gamescom next month, however, will be shown a bunch of new gameplay.

On top of this, according to DSOG, CD Projekt RED has been inviting a select group of games journalists to see 45 minutes of new gameplay footage behind closed doors. However, DSOG could not confirm if this “new gameplay” would be the same section shown to the general public.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is set to hit PS4, Xbox One, and PC in February 2015.

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  1. well we all know that itll take a 780Ti to run the game 1080p max settings 8x MSAA at about 40fps (not sure if thats now or the aim at launch) but if it looks glorious you know that aint running on any console hardware

    1. PS4 version is going to be at 1080p and 30fps. Now, that said, anti-aliasing and other factors DO play a part, but I still think the game will look absolutely beautiful on consoles too. On a PC, without modding and the like, I expect it will be faster, and maybe a bit sharper, but that’s about it.

      1. Not on Ultra on PC. It is going to have a fair bit over consoles. Better tessellation,more post-processing effects,improved hair/fur tech and a few other things I imagine. I would not be surprised if ultra textures were not implemented as well.


          Michał Krzemiński, senior art producer on the game, confirms Sony and Microsoft’s new platforms are set to carry the same core experience as PC. “Super-powerful PCs will be able to achieve higher resolutions, and they might run the game a bit faster,” he explains, “but the plan is to make the experience the same for all gamers and treat everyone equally.”

          In other words, “don’t count on anything more than a high frame rate — no matter your GPU”.

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