The Witcher 3 is about to settle on a new generation of consoles, with a lot of improvements including the famous Ray-Tracing. Enough to enjoy Geralt’s adventures like never before.
As CDProjekt prepares to release Cyberpunk 2077 on current consoles and next-gen consoles, it seems the studio is keen to establish its dominance in the PS5 and Xbox Series X market, since his masterpiece The Witcher 3 will also be part of the roster of the latter. The info is out today, and it may make happy a good number of players who never tire of remaking the adventures of Geralt of Rivia, especially if they benefit from some improvements. According to the developers, these new versions should thus offer “a range of visual and technical improvements”, among which the obvious and expected Ray-Tracing.
We will thus be entitled to the full version of the game, that is to say benefiting from the two very popular extensions of the game. In other words, The Witcher 3 will have had exposure for two consecutive generations of consoles, a move that is not unlike that of Rockstar, which is preparing to release GTA V on the next consoles, after having made a passage on PS3 , Xbox 360, Xbox One and PS4. One thing is certain, CDProjekt Bets a lot on this new version of The Witcher, with a little bonus for loyal players: current owners of the game on PC, PS4 or Xbox One will be able to benefit from this new version through a simple free update. Those who want to get the game on the next generations of consoles will have to get their hands on the wallet.