Looks Like You Might Need To Play Witcher 3 Again On December 14th

Source: Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN Looks Like You Might Need To Play Witcher 3 Again On December 14th

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As has become tradition, The Witcher 3 Complete Edition will be free for anyone who currently owns any version of the game on any platform.  It will include a number of mods that have been developed in the years since it’s release as well as all DLC, both free and the two major expansions, Hearts Of Stone and Blood And Wine.  If you never picked it up, you will also be able to buy it as a standalone game on Dec 14th.

Among the other features being added, AMD owners will be happy to know that the PlayStation 5 version of The Witcher 3 will be getting ray tracing.  This strongly suggests that DXR will be an option, making the update more attractive for everyone and not just NVIDIA owners.  In addition to ray tracing there will be quality settings beyond Ultra and FSR and DLSS will be natively supported if you are having troubles turning on all the bells and whistles.

CD Projekt RED is also working on a remake of the first Witcher game, not to mention the secret new one.

Vanilla Witcher 3 still looks gorgeous for a nearly seven year old game, but the upcoming update will add ray-tracing options, ultra+ settings and a suite of other visual and quality of life updates.

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  1. BigTed

    I might have to get round to actually finishing it. I got about 2/3 of the way through a few years ago, and can’t bring myself to uninstall it. Along with a few hundred gigs of other unfinished games.

  2. Kent Burgess

    Looks like my December free time will be spent roaming the fields, mountains and valleys of The Continent once again.


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