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The Witcher 3 HD Project – New incredible comparison screenshots for its upcoming 2019 version

Modder ‘Halk Hogan PL’ has released some new comparison screenshots between the vanilla version of The Witcher 3 and the latest version of his HD Project. These new screenshots showcase some of the new and highly detailed textures that will be coming soon to The Witcher 3.

For those not familiar with this mod, The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project aims to overhaul CD Projekt RED’s role-playing game, featuring high quality meshes with a lot of details (most of them are created from scratch and good optimalization is preserved), very high quality detailed textures with great sharpness and performance, without any unnecessary VRAM losses, very high quality accurate normal maps and specially customized materials for all reworked stuff.

Unfortunately there isn’t any release date yet for this new version of The Witcher 3 HD Project. Our guess is that it will come out later this Summer, though that’s a mere guess and nothing more. Halk Hogan PL claimed that he will provide an update regarding this new version of HD Project soon, so we’ll be sure to keep you posted.

As a hint, the modder said that the latest version will be “really big and significant.” So far, Halk Hogan PL has done an incredible work with his updated/new texture packs and we highly recommend downloading the previous version of the HD Project if you currently plan to replay this RPG.

Enjoy (we suggest opening the images in new tabs)!

John Papadopoulos

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