May 19, 2022

The Witcher 3 is Coming to Next Gen, With a Pleasant Surprise

The Witcher 3 is coming to next gen with a nice face lift. The game will be available for purchase but will also come as a free upgrade to current owners.

Over the weekend, CD Projekt Red announced that The Witcher 3 will come to next-gen consoles. The new version will be available for purchase for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. However, it will also come as a free upgrade for anyone who owns the game on current-gen consoles!

The Witcher 3 was initially released May 2015 to critical acclaim. It was developed and published by CD Projekt Red, who is currently hard at work on Cyberpunk 2077. The Witcher 3 later received two story-focused expansions and a couple of spin-off games (Gwent and Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales).

Battle your way through hoards of monsters… Again!

This is not the first time CD Projekt Red pulled off a trick like this. This past June, they made The Witcher 3 free to download on GOG games for a limited time for owners of the game.

The upgraded version of the game comes with the usual next-gen bells and whistles in the form of ray tracing. Also, the new version will include a very welcome feature of faster load times (if you played the original, you know how badly it needed it). The new version will also come in the form of the complete edition of the game. This means that it will include both expansions and all extra content.


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