That hair...guys...the hair. I know, it's an open world game, but *sigh*. I guess we should stick to the wait and see path when it comes to this game.
Well it still has quite a bit of development time left so I'm sure many graphical improvements will be made by the time the game ships. I don't even think it's officially been confirmed to come out this year. That said, an open world game is always going to look worse than a tightly scripted linear game.
Every screenshot you posted looks significantly worse then Witcher 2, but I doubt the final game will look anywhere near that bad. In fact I'm guessing that the Witcher 3 is going to be one of the best looking games of 2014. Those screenshots look like Witcher 2 set to low/medium settings.
@bwheeeler: Yeah, it seems like this was announced shortly after Cyberpunk just to get people talking about CDPR. (as part of their recruitment perhaps?) Because this game had a rather pathetic debut trailer and these screens are kind of terrible.
Still it's a long way off and all the screen shots leading up to The Witcher 2 werent half as impressive as the game itself. (not to mention Geralt went through a lot of revisions)
>Release two games, both of which considered masterpieces, the second of which was globally acclaimed on Xbox 360 and PC and considered a genre changer
>Get the 1-year-early screenshots of their next game criticized and the hairdo called ugly, people already having second thoughts about the game because of the hair
@officegamer: I know, right? I can understand wanting to see improvements in a sequel, but come on. Pretty soon we're going to get to a point where games hit the wall in terms of graphical fidelity, and people will still be complaining that the main character's stubble doesn't move in the wind.
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