‘The Witcher 3’ trailer shares a first look at next-gen update

CD Projekt Red has supplied followers a look at the next-gen patch for The Witcher 3, forward of its launch on December 14.

The update, which will likely be launched free to all current gamers subsequent month, will carry a big selection of graphical adjustments and new content material to the sport. With the update, console gamers will be capable to select between a graphics-focused mode with ray tracing, or a efficiency mode that prioritises a 60fps framerate. Meanwhile, PC gamers will be capable to get pleasure from an non-obligatory zoomed-in digicam angle that offers the sport a extra cinematic really feel.

There are much more adjustments throughout the board, together with a variety of visible enhancements readily available. The update presents high-resolution textures and meshes, the sport’s grass and foliage has been reworked, and gamers can count on to see extra different climate situations.

You can watch the update’s first trailer beneath:

On high of the visible upgrades, CD Projekt Red has made a variety of quality-of-life enhancements. Players could have the choice to extend the scale of the subtitles, get pleasure from new map filters, use button shortcuts to solid signal magic, and also will be capable to have the minimap disappear throughout fight or whereas on horseback. Additionally, the sport now helps cross-save between PlayStation 5, PC and Xbox Series X|S.

There’s additionally some new content material within the sport, impressed by the collection’ Netflix adaptation. There’s a new questline for gamers to accumulate Witcher gear impressed by Henry Cavill’s portrayal of Geralt, alongside Netflix-inspired costumes for Yennefer, Triss, Ciri, Dandelion and the Nilfgaardian troopers.

While the next-gen Witcher 3 is at the moment digital-only, CD Projekt Red has plans for a bodily launch “at a later date.”

In different gaming information, Sony has stated that Battlefield is unable to compete with Call of Duty, in its newest criticism in opposition to Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

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