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The Witcher 3 vs The Witcher Monster Slayer Graphics Comparison Video

CD Projekt RED has released a new The Witcher game for mobile devices, called The Witcher Monster Slayer. Thus, YouTube’s ‘Cycu1’ has decided to compare this mobile game with the PC version of The Witcher 3.

In this video, Cycu1 has compared numerous monsters that appear in both of these games. And, surprisingly enough, this mobile game comes really close to the 3D models of The Witcher 3.

Now as you will see there are some noticeable differences between them. For instance, the monsters in TW3 have more polygons and better textures. Keep in mind though that The Witcher 3 is a PC game, whereas The Witcher Monster Slayer is a mobile game.

The Witcher Monster Slayer is a free game that challenges players to take on the role of a freshly trained witcher adept and step out into a dark fantasy realm using only their mobile phone. Using advanced AR features, as well as their location and the time of day, players will be able to hunt down over 100 witcher-world monsters both old and new.

Lastly, Cycu1 used a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in order to capture the in-game footage for The Witcher Monster Slayer. As for The Witcher 3, it was running on PC in 4K at Ultra quality. Do also note that this is the unmodded version of TW3. As we’ve showcased, The Witcher 3 modded can look better than this.


The Witcher Monster Slayer vs The Witcher 3 - Monsters Models Comparison

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