The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project version 4.8 has been released

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The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project version 4.8 has been released

The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project version 4.8 has been released

 
CD Project Red's The Witcher 3 is easily one of the most popular games of recent years, offering top tier visuals on both PC and console platforms. Even so, the PC version of the game does have some room for improvement and the modding community has worked hard to deliver an enhanced Witcher 3 experience for players all over the world. 


"Halk Hogan" is one of these modders, with his The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project becoming one of the Witcher 3's most popular mods, offering higher quality meshes and textures for the Witcher 3 without having a major impact on the game's performance.  

Version 4.8 of this mod has now been released, delivering more high-resolution textures to the game as well as enhanced water effects and reflections, making the game look even better than before. 

 Below is a video that details the latest version of this mod, though more detail can be found on the mod's Nexus Mods web page as well as several download options. 

 

 

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06-09-2017, 15:38:51

NeverBackDown
Doesn't look that much better than before honestlyQuote

06-09-2017, 17:39:10

JLR
I haven't played the original yet Quote

06-09-2017, 18:15:08

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by JLR View Post
I haven't played the original yet
You are missing out on a fantastic gameQuote

07-09-2017, 08:31:15

Bartacus
I thought this was a pretty game to begin with. Sure didn't look like it needed improving to me on the graphics front.Quote

07-09-2017, 08:55:55

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
I thought this was a pretty game to begin with. Sure didn't look like it needed improving to me on the graphics front.
Agree on that. Fantastic visuals from the "get go" no need to improve. Unless of course it is your hobby or a die hard fan.Quote
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