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The Witcher 3 on Switch is a good port or not ?

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How does look Witcher 3 on Switch

Definitely crap, too blurry and downgraded 14 21.88%
 
Like what we could expect, no surprise 7 10.94%
 
A bit better than what we could expect 11 17.19%
 
It is much beyond what an... 24 37.50%
 
It is the most incredible... 8 12.50%
 
Total:64

I am sorry, but I can't prevent myself to say that it looks crap. Ofcourse it is much better than ARK. No doubt here. But it is still ugly to me.

I don't contest the real effort put into this port, I can't really say from my poor technical knowledge if it could have been better or not.

I let you answer in the poll and the comment.



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Amnesia said:

I am sorry, but I can't prevent myself to say that it looks crap. Ofcourse it is much better than ARK. No doubt here. But it is still ugly to me.

I don't contest the real effort put into this port, I can't really say from my poor technical knowledge if it could have been better or not.

I let you answer in the poll and the comment.

Are you for real? It looks better than DOOM while DOOM was downgraded from 1080p 60 fps on PS4 to 480p-720p 30 fps just to run on the Switch.

Witcher 3 is open world RPG that was already 900p 30 fps on Xbone and 1080p 30 fps on PS4, so they didn't have 30 fps to remove to improve graphics, resolution, they couldn't make the game 15 fps.

You can't be serious, it's probably the best Switch port ever, a miracle almost.

Also I can't believe some people are asking for RDR2, while Witcher 3 is already 408p-540p portable and 624p-720p docked.

Last edited by Radek - on 13 October 2019

looks like I will pass.



 

Already played it on PC with almost the best settings and I will buy it again for the Switch
The downgrade of the Graphics doesnt bother me at all.. small price to pay for mobillity.



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It's a technical marvel, which should be considered for what it is.



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Eh. Doesn't seem too bad to me.



The game looks much better using the mClassic (a graphic processor)



     


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It's a very impressive technical achievement. And they even included, and were able to fit, all the DLC on one cartridge.
Though it's understandable if some people don't like the way it turned out. When it comes to compromises, at some point it becomes not worth it.
And where that line is differs from person to person.

Last edited by Hiku - on 13 October 2019

It's quite decent port, probably hardest one so far.


That said, it's an eyesore, just turning down everything until it runs reasonably well will get you only so far (yeah, I know it was just that, but let's not get technical).


Without going with custom art just for this version (like it was done in olden days), which would allow them crisper presentation, this is probably the best it could be done while being most reasonable (though conservative) from business side of things.



It does look a bit rough, but its certainly a very well done port. It could have used a lot more recreation of assets to run better, but thats not really economical.



     

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