Wild Hunt Reveals Next-Gen Gameplay Trailer


CD Projekt Red has revealed its first gameplay trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt running on next-gen (or rather, current-gen) platforms. After a long wait, CD Projekt recently announced that it would finally release the free update for its beloved RPG on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC platforms in mid-December. And while fans still didn’t know what this enhanced version of the game would look like, that has now changed.

Featured in a lengthy new trailer today, CD Projekt Red finally gave fans a glimpse of what The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt it will look like on the new platforms. In short, and as expected, the visual section and the performance of the witcher 3 seems to have drastically improved thanks to this upcoming update. Not only do the character models and environments look more impressive than ever, but the gameplay snippets on display look sharp. All in all, it looks like a lot of work has gone into this update, which should make this the best version of the witcher 3 that has ever been released.

As a reminder, this next-generation update to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt it will be completely free for anyone who already owns the game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC. So even if you’re someone who’s never played the game before, you can snag it right now (especially since it’s probably on sale for Black Friday) and you’ll be playing this new version in just a few minutes. weeks.

The next generation upgrade for the witcher 3 is set to launch next month, on December 14. Be sure to keep an eye on our coverage here at ComicBook.com, as we’ll be sure to keep you posted on all things The Witcher ahead of this release.

Will you look to revisit the witcher 3 once this enhanced version of the game is available? And what do you think of these improvements based on what was seen in the trailer? Let me know in the comments or message me on social media at @MooreMan12.


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