The Witcher 3: Four New Screenshots, Insane Amounts of Detail

The world of Wild Hunt comes alive.

Posted By | On 13th, Apr. 2013 Under Screenshots


CD Projekt RED has put out four new screenshots for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. As the upcoming sequel to their critically acclaimed franchise, the action RPG sees Geralt return to save his loved ones from an evil organization. The new screenshots show areas such as the Ice Giant’s Lair.


The screenshots showcase the power of REDengine 3 and the copious amounts of fine detail it’s capable of producing. Whether it be the dynamic lighting, atmospheric effects, draw distance or the sheer scale of the environments, The Witcher 3 won’t be suffering from any lack of scope.

CD Projekt RED has stated the prior screenshots were running on an old engine for the game, with the newest build, meant for release on PlayStation 4, PC and other next generation consoles, looking even better. We don’t know if this is that build, but it looks phenomenal either way.

Check out our information blow-out to learn more about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which takes place in a world 30 times larger than the second game and features 100 hours of gameplay.


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  • hush404

    High texture detail, but doesn’t blow me away. W2 deff did a better job of doing that for me (as it was a few years ago). Looks good, granted, but the stuff I’ve seen for “Next Gen” visuals, looks nicer.

    • These screens are still using TW2 engine.

    • hush404

      Makes sense (from the W2 blowing me away more perspective, as well as it not looking quite a shiny and new as some of the ‘next gen’ stuff we’ve seen teased *As TW2 engine, while gorgeous, is a few years old now*). Not that I’m trying to nitpick, as the (first 2) games have been wonderful and obviously visually aren’t the end all of a game; I was more just countering the title of the post.

    • hush404

      Makes sense (from the W2 blowing me away more perspective, as well as it not looking quite a shiny and new as some of the ‘next gen’ stuff we’ve seen teased *As TW2 engine, while gorgeous, is a few years old now*). Not that I’m trying to nitpick, as the (first 2) games have been wonderful and obviously visually aren’t the end all of a game; I was more just countering the title of the post.


 

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