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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
curl-6 said:

I swear the latest update has upped the average resolution quite noticeably, like to a similar extent to something like Wolfenstein II's post-launch performance patch, to my eye the game looks a lot sharper now than in the first few days after launch.

Also, it is freaking amazing and I am addicted, dunno what I am gonna do when Luigi's Mansion 3 comes out in three days, having to choose between them as far as which to play is gonna be torture.

You mean the day one patch or is there a new one? This is the best AAA port from bigger consoles for sure!



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Radek said:
curl-6 said:

I swear the latest update has upped the average resolution quite noticeably, like to a similar extent to something like Wolfenstein II's post-launch performance patch, to my eye the game looks a lot sharper now than in the first few days after launch.

Also, it is freaking amazing and I am addicted, dunno what I am gonna do when Luigi's Mansion 3 comes out in three days, having to choose between them as far as which to play is gonna be torture.

You mean the day one patch or is there a new one? This is the best AAA port from bigger consoles for sure!

I don't actually know, all I know is the last time I fired the game up four days ago it looked crisper in terms of image quality than in my first few days with it, most noticeable in outdoor areas with a lot of vegetation.



Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.

Safiir said:
Nuvendil said:

Allowing overclocking wouldn't be a good idea.  The Switch's heatsink and fan are sized according to the power draws Nintendo has restricted it to.  Pushing the system this far beyond that setting could be potentially dangerous for the system and also cause long term damage as the fan is forced to run at full speed while contending with temperatures beyond what it was designed for.  There's a reason multiple people have stated that this mod is a "use at your own risk" situation.

Yeah, precisely. Use at your own risk. So I'd like to be able to have the option of taking the risk.

Theres a few videos showing temps while overclocked... and they werent even close to overheating. Nintendo downclocked the chip for battery reasons

 If they allowed it to be fully unlocked, the battery would last an hour. They knew that would be a major issue. Allowing the chip to run stock clocks, it would not cause over heating. Theres quite a few videos showing this. Nintendo knew how much it would suck if the system would only last an hour. 

I would love to be able to run it on full clock ability,  especially in handheld. That's the only way I play... I'd love to see how well games would run on full clock speeds in handheld.

I hope this response makes sense, I couldnt see what I was typing because of the stupid ass banner covering everything I typed.... damn... this shit sucks on mobile bad.