The Witcher 3 Beautiful New Screenshot; Sword Effects Serve as Visual Feedback for the Types of Attack
CD Projekt RED has released a beautiful new screenshot for The Witcher 3, which can be viewed below:
The Witcher 3 Level Designer Miles Tost, mentioned that the effect following sword swings cannot be deactivated, because it serves as visual feedback for fast and strong attacks.
@ACFan101 I don't think you can. Serves as visual feedback for whether you used a fast or strong attack.
— Miles Tost (@MilezZx) May 3, 2015
Toast explained that he feels super proud of what development team has accomplished and as a proud parent loves the game to bits. He mentions that he can not wait for the game to release to finally see the reaction of gamers when they experience the game.
@Flare_TM Aww, I don't know about GOTY but I'm superproud of what we achieved and I love the game to bits. Wait till release is killing me.
— Miles Tost (@MilezZx) May 2, 2015
The reviews for The Witcher 3 will go live a week before the release of the game
We have previously reported that the reviews for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will go live a week before the release of the game, which goes to show how dedicated CD Projekt RED is to their fans and the community.
You can checkout the last Ultra settings 1080p 60fps footage provided by YouTuber ImAnderZEL, as well as the previous video here. Note that the video is not of the highest quality and it from a previous build of The Witcher 3 and not the final. The specs of the system are - GTX 980, i7 4790, 8GB.
The new site for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt features a vast description in all aspects of the massive RPG including its story, enemies and allies, the child of prophecy, equipment, mutations and others.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is said to offer over 100 hours of game time, and even a speedrun took internal testers 25 hours to complete. The full map of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is absolutely huge, and there are many different areas and environments that players traverse in during their countless quests.
Nvidia has recently released a gameplay video for the Witcher 3, showcasing Nvidia HairWorks, PhysX and other features. A behind the scenes video released by CD Projekt RED shows Game of Thrones' Charles Dance talk about his role in the Witcher 3.
The Witcher 3 is just two weeks 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.