The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Four New Gorgeous Screenshots Released

CD Projekt RED has released four new screenshots for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, showcasing some new outfits and never before seen locations.

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shammgod1479d ago

That mountain shot looks amazing. Most anticipated game for me.

dmeador1479d ago

That one does look awesome. Playing through the second one for the first time to get me in the setting. Looking to put the new PC build through its paces

aLiEnViSiToR1479d ago

It would look awesome as desktop background for 1080p monitor :D

AndrewLB1478d ago (Edited 1478d ago )

Notice the hair on the wolf? These are either screens from a console version or running on a non-nVidia PC since it's not using nVidia's hair effects. I'd be surprised if cd projekt red would even show off the PC version without all nvidia effects enabled since they really do make the game look amazing.

Here is a wolf with nVidia hair works enabled.

starchild1478d ago

Mine too. I'm a huge fan of the first two games and The Witcher 3 looks like the culmination of all the promise and positive qualities we saw in the first two games. It's going to truly be epic.

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user56695101479d ago

{Enter PS Exclusive Here} looks better than this.

medman1479d ago (Edited 1479d ago )

It looks great, but it's not that stunning compared to some other games we've seen coming in 2015. It is a huge open world though, so that has to be factored in when judging graphical fidelity.

mogwaii1479d ago

It's sad to think the console versions wont be getting the furtech cause it looks awesome!. Our wolves will no doubt look as static as the ones in the new pic, geralts hair, the griffin and horse and anything else with hair is going to look lame next to the pc version, i'll still be getting it though, its just a shame :(

linkenski1479d ago

Barely looks better than Flotsam in The Witcher 2 for example. I hope this is only the Xbox 1 version

ColinJ891476d ago

I wouldn't expect a massive improvement in graphical fidelity for the final version between Witcher 2 and Witcher 3, simply because you're comparing a zone RPG in Witcher 2 to an open world RPG in Witcher 3. It's a lot harder to maintain high graphical fidelity in a game that has a massive world to display. Witcher 2 was designed to load small areas, and detect when it needed to reveal new ones from behind the fairly omnipresent fog.

Some new techniques like the NVIDIA hair works can make a difference, but I don't expect it to be a huge improvement. That said, Witcher 2 is still one of the prettiest games in existence despite being almost four years old. Even if they keep graphics 100% the same in Witcher 3, it'll look amazing.