The Witcher 3 Next-Gen update comes with AMD FSR 2 and NVIDIA DLSS support

Published: Nov 23rd 2022, 18:57 GMT   Comments

The Witcher 3 Complete Edition with DLSS and FSR 2

CD Projekt Red today showcased the upcoming update for The Witcher 3.

The Witcher 3 is getting the long-awaited update very soon. The Complete Edition of the game will add some gameplay and graphics enhancements that should bring new life to this 2015 game. Importantly, this is a free update.

CD Projekt Red announced that next-gen update will include new Photo Mode and updated camera angles. The graphics engine has been updated with AMD FSR 2 support as well as NVIDIA DLSS. The game will support new Ultra+ graphics settings with ray tracing and global illumination and will also bring many quality-of-life improvements.

The Witcher 3 Complete Edition, Source: CD Projekt Red

Console gamers (PS5 and XBOX Series X) will be able to enjoy the game in new 60 FPS mode (supported by FSR2) or 4K 30 FPS quality mode.

The Witcher 3 Complete Edition features

  • Ray-traced global illumination
  • FSR 2 and DLSS
  • Photo mode
  • New Ultra+ graphics mode
  • Performance mode for consoles (60 FPS)
  • Quality mode with RTGI and FSR2 for consoles
  • New camera perspectives
  • Reworked textures and foliage
  • Cross-progression between consoles and PC
  • QoL improvements

The company released a trailer which is inspired by the Witcher TV series on Netflix.

[The Witcher] The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt — Complete Edition | Next-Gen Update Trailer (1,675,991 views)

The Next-Gen update is free for all owners of Witcher 3 on PCs, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. The developer confirms the Witcher 3 Complete Edition will launch on December 14th, so very soon.

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