CD Projekt RED has shared a video, featuring 96 minutes of in-game footage from The Witcher 3 Next-Gen. This video features one scene during a full night/day cycle, showcasing its overhauled graphics and the newly implemented Ray Tracing effects.
To be honest, this video would work best as a timelapse (and not as a regular video). Still, this is something that may interest some fans, so go ahead and take a look at it.
The Witcher 3 Next-Gen will release on December 14th and will be available for free to all owners of the base game. The Update will bring Ray Tracing Global Illumination, Reflections, Ambient Occlusion and Shadows on PC. Furthermore, the game will support both AMD FSR 2 and NVIDIA DLSS 3.
Earlier this week, CD Projekt RED shared the list of the most popular mods that will be compatible with The Witcher 3 Next-Gen. And yesterday, we shared the mods that the team has included in this upcoming free update.
As a bonus, I’ve also included some videos from the game’s Twitter account. These videos showcase some other locations. Furthermore, two videos show off the new camera viewpoint. Thus, in total, you can find over 100 minutes of in-game footage.
Like a sharp wind in Skellige, be sharp in battle with your two swords.
And remember, one’s for monsters, the other – for humans ??
— The Witcher (@witchergame) December 10, 2022
Travel to the sunny duchy of Toussaint, the land of fairy tales and wine, and fall in love with the local cuisine and art ?
But don't forget that evil lurks even in such a colourful place. Keep your eyes wide open!
— The Witcher (@witchergame) December 11, 2022
Fight for Ciri.
Fight to protect the helpless.
Fight for principles.
Fight as you were taught in a manner worthy of a witcher from the School of the Wolf ?
Remember where you grew up and use it against your opponents! pic.twitter.com/uqMpMCFNBe
— The Witcher (@witchergame) December 7, 2022
Feel the gentle breeze near the beach, hear the storm in the middle of the Great Sea and take a horseback ride to the mountains ??
Oh, how we missed the Isles of Skellige.
— The Witcher (@witchergame) December 6, 2022
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