Gamersyde have released a great uncompressed video of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt featuring some beautiful PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gameplay from their livestream. You can watch or download the 2GB, 48 minute long video here. The 1080p footage is only available for Download at the moment but will shortly be available for stream. (If the link is not working, try using the right mouse button/save link target as...)
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt looks quite beautiful on both consoles, but regardless of that, it appears to be one incredibly immersive adventure for all RPG fans and especially fans of the series. No matter if we like its visual style, or if it's the best it could have been on the PC, there's no denying that the incredibly atmospheric world and its captivating story will provide countless hours of adventuring for gamers on all three platforms.
Below you can view a couple of screenshots from the Xbox One version that feature Geralt with a beard:
CD Projekt RED removed the “PS4 vs PC” comparison video, posted earlier by PCGamesHardware and went on to detail the differences between the two versions. They claimed that the PC build was not final and that the PS4 version dis not use the day-one patch which not only fixed the PS4 framerate issue but also implemented a few visual enhancements.
PlayStation Access has provided an in-depth look into many aspects of the game in a 46 minutes video which can be viewed here. It covers everything that fans have been asking for and provides answers to most questions without spoiling the experience.
A few gorgeous screenshots from the PS4 version have also been made available, and they reveal some quite beautiful vistas and the amazing lighting system.
The launch cinematic which was made available yesterday looks amazing. CD Projekt has also revealed the changelog for the day-1 patch which can be viewed here. docm77, has also made available a video interview with CD Projekt's visual artist, Jose Teixeira, in which he shares his thoughts on the downgrade subject.
The Witcher 3 is just three days away from release, and as we have previously covered, CD Projekt has already announced that pre-load options are already live, as well as the unlock times for The Witcher 3.