The Witcher 3, released five years ago by Polish game developer CD Projekt Red, is still beloved by many players. Also, some mod developers are working on the relatively aging graphics of the game.
The Witcher 3, which was released in 2015 by CD Projekt Red and managed to win the admiration of both actors and critics, is now a little time to turn five years old. However, mod developers continue to do quite eye-catching things about the game, which we can now say is beginning to age.
One of these modes is The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project Toussaint, which recently released the 11.0 update. In the texture mode developed for The Witcher 3, the original style of the game is preserved, and the graphics are aimed to be improved by reworking the textures and models.
The mod, which enhances the graphics of the game, offers 4K resolution textures for better quality sharpness and more detailed objects. Within the scope of the mod, it works on lands, buildings, rocks, water, plants, NPCs, and even animals. You can see the difference in the video above very clearly.
The creator of the mod, Halk Hogan PL, stated that The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project would end with the ’12 .0 Ultimate’ update to be released this summer. Hogan said, “It will be the accumulation of all gained experience in the last five years and raising The Witcher 3 to the highest possible graphic level I can provide,” they said. “I think I’ll surprise you.”
The developer studio is working on Cyberpunk 2077, which will be released in September 2020. Therefore, the possibility of a new game to be added to this universe does not seem possible in a short time. However, perhaps, the remastered version of The Witcher 3 will be released with new generation consoles and powering PC hardware.