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The Witcher 3 'close' to maxing out PS4/Xbox One


The Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt RED is has said that it's fairly close to maxing out the PS4 and Xbox One with its new game.



Speaking with IGN, studio co-founder Marcin Iwinski said, "It is extremely manageable. There is a lot of power in these machines, and I don't want to say we’re using them to their capacity, but we’re fairly close to doing so.

"We made a decision to go next-gen roughly two and a half years ago, so we’ve spent a lot of time with these machines, and it’s been a great experience across all three platforms. On the old platforms, namely the Xbox 360 and PS3, we probably would have had to sacrifice nearly half of our vision."

As for the PC, Iwinski said that it'll be expensive if you want to run the game at it's top quality,"(Laughs) we’ll be releasing information [on PC requirements] soon, but you can already start saving up for an upgrade.”

This game could be good and we can't wait to find out just how good.

Edited On 23 Jan, 2014

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Will be interesting to see the PC requirements
Loli-Nox-Tan 9 months ago
Most likely gonna require same spec as WatchDogs on PC. I kinda doubt The Witcher 3 is using all of PS4 power, but I could be wrong.
Artemisthemp 9 months ago
Why are the console versions nearly always £20 more than the PC version?
NICK 9 months ago
You kidding? The Witcher 2 on could probably use most of the PS4 power
Loli-Nox-Tan 9 months ago
Cos PC is a Open Platform
Loli-Nox-Tan 9 months ago
You always here this from developers, its not like they are going to say we could have got more out of it but couldn't be bothered.
Zombieflamingo 9 months ago
i hope they have used plenty, game will then be awesome, and massive, definately gonna give this a try
jay.hamilton 9 months ago
I thought that this would be for Xbox only as The Witcher 2 was.
Light Heaven 9 months ago
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