Enhanced settings? Boosted resolution? 60FPS?
With a modified Switch in hand, the doors blow wide open when it comes to squeezing more from its games library. The Witcher 3 benefits in many ways - solving many of the gripes we experienced in the base game. Now we can overclock the system to hit higher frame-rates, and even apply user-made mods to boost image quality and visuals. But at what cost?
I knew you could overclock CPU and GPU to help DRS, what I didn't know is that you can mod the game to change settings.
Improve visuals or image quality, increase that foliage range or sharpen that image, all possible at a cost on performance:
- Depth of Field (both gameplay and cutscenes)
- Light Shafts
- Underwater Effects
- Foliage Visibility Range (it doesn't change ring size, because this is adjusted dynamically)
- Water Quality (which is just disabling/enabling (default) physics simulation when swimming, changing tesselation factor doesn't work)
- Anti-aliasing (which is technically TAA, but it doesn't have any string related to it, so I've used antialiasing string)
And here is a comparison of the mods