Customize absolutely everything on the PC version of The Witcher 3.
Maaaan I can't wait. Finished TW1 & 2 last week. 4 more days....just 4 more days until we have it people!
mee2 finished them yesterday :)
Witcher 3 reviews the story of W1 and W2 in the beginning. Saved me 70 hours of life. Gonna turn all those settings on. Of course I don't care about motion blur or shadows so I will turn those off If I'm not getting 50 frames.
They haven't freaking enabled Nvidia Hairworks!!! that's the main feature I want to see in action.
lol Some youtubers have it enabled in the videos they recorded. You can watch those. It does look pretty good.
Hairworks is awesome. Check out this gif: http://gifyu.com/images/W3a...
Got more GIF or videos of hairworks ? where did u find that video ?
from here... http://www.geforce.com/what...
Not too happy with the graphics options menu to be honest. There's just a few sliders and that's it. Where are all the other usual options ? Oh well... On the bright side, you can customize almost EVERYTHING about the HUD and stuff. That's absolutely brilliant. You can remove enemy health bars. You can remove the quest pointer thing, rescale the hud etc etc. I know lot of PC gamers going to be really happy about that.
How can you say that? There's quite a lot of settings to adjust. I've seen more in a few games, but most games have fewer settings than this. Here are the settings in the video: V-Sync Nvidia Hairworks Shadow Quality Terrain Quality Water Quality Grass Density Texture Quality Foliage Visibility Range Detail Level Motion Blur Blur Anti-aliasing Bloom Sharpening Ambient Occlusion Depth of Field Cutscene Depth of Field Chromatic Aberration Fog and Mist Vignetting Light Shafts That's a lot of settings to tweak. I play a lot of PC games and this is easily in the upper tier in terms of how many graphical elements can be adjusted. And, yeah, the adjustability of the HUD is outstanding. Very few games, if any, that I have played have allowed you to tweak the HUD with that degree of specificity.
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