@legion_: To be honest there is not much pride in being an Indian.. shitty laws, corrupt politicians.. Imagine the drinking age being 25 ! Censorship across every media.. I would love to be somewhere else..
@asilentprotagonist: Hey hey he updated the thread and has a good framerate now after updating drivers etc.
With the new drivers, and TXAA disabled (I'm on 4xMSAA) I get around 45-50fps during regular gameplay (in the beginning scene that I also used to capture those screenshots) and cutscenes. The cutscenes still drop into 20s though whenever there's a closeup on a face for some weird reason
Go to around page 4-5 and people seem to be more satisfied with how its running on the PC.
The OP then also said -
Runs better than Black Flag guys. lol On my machine.. at least.
So I was browsing through some articles on Eurogamer, where I (first) stumbled upon this article on the first "The Witcher" game that was being made (in 1996 by a studio called Metropolis) It's a really interesting read about the game that was never released. In a way, I'm glad it didn't, because that allowed CD project to eventually get the license and make the 2007 "The Witcher" - which remains my all time favorite game to this day. http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2014-06-16-the-witcher-game-that-never-was
It's an amazing, almost rags to riches type story, that details out how Marcin and his company held on to their principles, and really makes it clear as to why the company follows these particular set of ethics that have now made them popular among consumers.
There's also a somewhat entertaining alpha build video of the Witcher 2, with a surprising story behind it that explains the leap in terms of quality (Which I won't spoil for you ;) ) but the embeded video doesn't work - so I'll leave a youtube link here.
It's really quite an inspirational story to be honest, and its great to see what they have achieved over the years. I really respect Marcin now, and I hope my life can turn out as awesome as his! (Man I wish I was a developer at CD projekt!)