Today the daily dose of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt screenshots shows more beautiful environments from the PC version, and the menus of the PS4 version.
Cant wait to play it on PC looks amazing.
Can't wait for the PC version on 1080p and full 60fps.
While 1080p and 60fps are amazing(personally i am at 1440p), whats even better is that anytime in the future when you decide to upgrade you can get a better experience automatically. Imagine many people who are at 1080p may decide to upgrade to 1440p or 4k, sometime down the line as hardware will inevitability get more and more powerful. Hence an upgrade anytime down the line say 2-3 years will automatically mean an HD remake for free. Imagine replaying the game 3 years later in 4k. I would think in that time frame mid range PC hardware should be easily able to play games in 4k.
WOAH! That IS amazing! Also amazing that you'll be spending around 400+ every 2 years (gpu/cpu), AMAZEBALLS!
lol mid range pc running 4k in a couple of years? I really doubt that. Only top of the line PC's can run 4k now, most PC's right now can't even run 1080p.
@Hammad You sound like a salty console gamer lol. PC graphics power doubles every 18 months. If high end graphics cards can run 4k now. Its not beyond expectations to have mid range run 4k in 2-3 years time. @Rock-Lee No ones saying about spending 400usd on a GPU every 2 years. Hell if you spent that much now you probably already can play in 4k. Eventually people do tend to upgrade in 4-5 years time. At which point whatever games they bought can again be played with better settings. Its like getting a free HD remake on all your games. I dont understand the negative attitude toward the free upgrade, is it because you need to actually pay buy the games again on console for that sort of thing to happen? salty much?
'Bell's Law' supports this possibility, despite the short-sighted replys who obviously have no idea about the theorem.
@Rock-Lee WOAH! An average of $16 a month for high end visuals !?! I cant imagine the exorbitant wealth of those able to handle such a massive financial outlay, AMAZEBALLS!
I really want to play this. But I won't let myself buy this until I finish the first two. That said, my system is dying for a game to really make it flex it's muscles.
Playing the witcher 2 right now, my character will tranfer.
Played the Witcher 2 two times both times as a melee character. Really want to play it as a mage.
The Witcher 3 is my one, true love. Soon, we shall be together, and it shall be mine, and I the Witcher 3's.
Not to be weird or anything, but... could I possibly join?
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