Not surprisingly, not everyone’s computer is cut out for the Witcher 3.
We are literally just days away from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt finally being released. It’s been a long strange trip that has included a number of release date changes but on May 19 the game will be available on the Xbox One, the PS4 and the PC. One thing that hasn’t changed much over the last few months is the talk about just how pretty this game is going to be.
Even with talk that CD Projekt RED actually downgraded the graphics for the console versions of the game, there is very little doubt that the PC version’s graphics are going to be incredibly impressive. The best thing of all is that there are actually ways to make the game even prettier, should your computer actually be able to handle the load. If it can, you can set a number of graphical settings to “Uber” and marvel at the look and feel of Wild Hunt.
Before today, it seemed as if you would just have to wait and see if your computer was actually going to be able to handle the needs of The Witcher 3. Now NVIDIA’s system requirements have hit the web and you can actually look and see whether your computer is able to handle the burden. Check out the requirements below:
1920×1080, Low settings: GTX 960
1920×1080, Medium settings: GTX 960
1920×1080, High settings: GTX 960
1920×1080, Uber settings: GTX 970
1920×1080, Uber settings w/ GameWorks: GTX 980
2560×1440, Uber settings: GTX 980
2560×1440, Uber settings w/ GameWorks: GTX TITAN X, or 2-Way SLI GTX 970
3840×2160, Uber settings: GTX TITAN X, or 2-Way SLI GTX 980
3840×2160, Uber settings w/ GameWorks: 2-Way SLI GTX 980 or GTX TITAN X
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is due out for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One on May 19.