The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, emphasizes on Graphics with a good gameplay, and additionally character models and enhancements. It is without a doubt stand out amongst the most exceptionally foreseen titles of 2015, and a potential contender for Game of the Year. There have been a couple of grievances of a minimization in visual quality, and some frustrated fans accusing the current-Gen reassures for the previously stated downsize.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Latest Compression revealed Decreased particle effects and textures


Without a doubt some of the detail elements have been conditioned down of the game, and also some molecule impacts. From the below Gif you will realize it which was taken from the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt E3 2013 trailer, and in front of it we have the latest released PAX East 2015 gameplay trailer. E3 2013 on top and PAX East 2015 bottom.


The gameplay will start from 5:40.


From the above comparison, it’s very recognizable that the particle impacts are somewhat lessened in the PAX East form. It may be an instance of Geralt’s magic skill level though, and it could be conceivable that once completely overhauled, will demonstrate as great as it is in the E3 2013 form.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will discharge on this May and CD Projekt RED has not showcased yet the gameplay of it on Ultra settings, whether this has been for equality reasons in the middle of the PC and reassure forms, it stays to be seen. It is conceivable, however, that PC gamers may be getting an incredibly improved visual constancy with the desired settings.

When they were asked, CD Projekt’s next open-world RPG, will make an appearance at E3 2015 they replied:

 “This year belongs to The Witcher.”

We have some more screenshots which are showing the downsizing in the game from the announcement till now.



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