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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Built for endless adventure, the massive open world of The Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity You are Geralt of Rivia, mercenary monster slayer. A gigantic open world to explore. Sail through open seas, dive in search of long lost artifacts or gallop your mount into combat — the world of the Witcher beckons to be explored.
Unparalleled novel-like story spanning over hours of gameplay. Make choices and face their consequences to unlock endings tailored to how you play. Now on Switch — play at home and on the go. From the manufacturer. Define your destiny in a world that may not be worth saving.
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That is lower than even some 2-year old Nintendo Switch games, with hardly the amount of gameplay hours hours. Recently I have observed a troubling trend perpetrated by certain game developers wherein a game box would be made available for purchase with the disappointing surprise of NO CARTRIDGE inside the box, replaced with a 'download code'. Talk about cutting corners. Most recent case to mind is Overwatch for the Nintendo Switch.
They didn't even bother producing a game cartridge. Tsk, tsk, What an utter shame for what used to be an excellent games company. Blizzard has been in hot water controversies lately, and they need to boost their coffers by porting their games to new platforms, while keeping costs to its lowest possible minimum?
Anyways, I'm diverging from the point I'm trying to make. Never mind all the goodies I mentioned that comes with every copy of Witcher 3 for the Switch. Think about that for a moment. It's already a feat being able to port an incredible huge game to a porta-console that could hardly be considered a powerhouse.
But to also bundle in every single piece of DLC, both minor and major, and wrap everything up in a feature packed bundle? That is just plain amazing. Congratulations to CD Project Red, and congratulations to me for buying this game. If you know anything about the witcher then it is the fact that it is an absolutely beautiful game. You also may know that the switch is by far the least powerful console of this generation.
That being said cdpr and saber interactive have managed to port one of the best rpgs of all time to this underpowered console. How have they done this, you might ask? Well, through lowering texture derail, running at a lower resolution and essentially squishing the game down to fit on a 32 GB game cartridge they have managed to get it to work. So do these downgrades take away from the experience? I don't think so. Even though it doesn't look as good as it did other consoles, you have to remember just how amazing it really was, I would say that this port looks comparable to the other AAA titles that came out the same year as the witcher, it just still looks good.
The only real downside of this port is the frame rate does dip below 30fps from time to time, but I don't really think it takes away from the joy of playing this game on the go. So who is this game for? I'd say it is for anyone who played the game on a different console who just want a reason to play it again or for people that have never played it but only have a switch.
However, if you have never played it and do have a different console, play it there first so you get the full graphical experience and if you really love it, buy the switch version! I love this game and am so glad that they ported it to the switch, it is a fantastic time and to be able to play it wherever I want is fantastic.
If you're on the edge about buying it, do it as I am fairly certain you won't regret it! The bottom line here is simple. The game plays smoothly. The load times are far quicker than they were for me on PS4. The frame rate keeps up at around a steady 30fps. The graphical downgrade, while definitely noticeable, is very passable and, on the small switch screen, looks just fine.
All included. See all reviews. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Make Money with Us. Really well. This is clearly evident in the visuals. Not only is the resolution reduced capped at p when the Switch is docked , draw distances are quite smaller, texture pop-in is a constant, and the framerate dips noticeably on occasion, especially in locations with a high number of NPCs like the bustling city of Novigrad and in cutscenes with more dynamic camera movement and character animations.
Even the aforementioned framerate dips never turn severe enough to become a real detriment. The game takes place in a world where the best solution for the constant monster problem are witchers, people empowered through secret rituals with heightened senses and the ability to wield basic combat magic. Among the few witchers that are left by the time the story begins, Geralt of Rivia is among the best, wandering the land in search of new monster-hunting contracts and dealing with people who look down on witchers as mutants, often with his swords.
Despite being the third game in the series, it does a good job of keeping newcomers up to speed on the existing plot-threads that tie into the main story of Geralt and his personal quest to find his adopted daughter Ciri, a fellow witcher and source of great power, before the deadly band of wraiths known as the Wild Hunt can. In the many, many main and secondary quests the game has to offer, Geralt comes across a large cast of characters with unique stories to tell in a world afflicted by the evils of mankind as much as magical forces.
These give players plenty of opportunities to choose how it unfolds, leading to quests that can go multiple ways. Unlike many RPGs that incorporate flexible narratives, where the player choices are usually cut-and-dried good or evil, The Witcher 3 delights in keeping things ambiguous, with seemingly innocent choices often resulting in Geralt making things worse for the people around him. Even after dozens of hours of completing quests, taking on monster contracts, hunting for treasure, collecting new gear, playing a few rounds of Gwent, and exploring the vast wilderness in one great big gameplay loop, one is never far from either an interesting bit of dialogue with a random NPC or a random piece of fascinating worldbuilding found in the middle of nowhere.
It helps that The Witcher 3 has loads of depth when it comes to the gameplay itself.
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Winner of over Game of the Year awards, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world adventure set in a dark fantasy universe. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an action role-playing game developed by Polish developer CD Projekt Red, and first published in It is the sequel to the game The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and the third game in The Witcher video game. A gigantic open world to explore. · Unparalleled novel-like story spanning over hours of gameplay. · Now on Switch — play at home and on the go.