The Witcher 3's PC version now looks better than ever

The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project 10.0 is now available

The Witcher 3's PC version now looks better than ever

The Witcher 3's PC version now looks better than ever

The Witcher 3 currently stands as one of the best RPGs that the current generation of consoles has to offer, providing players with impressive visuals, a well-told story and a wealth of satisfying content.

As it stands, The Witcher 3's PC version stands as the best incarnation of the game. It offers graphical capabilities that extend past the game's PS4 and Xbox One editions while also providing support for higher framerates. Beyond that, the PC version includes something that the console versions never will, moddability, enabling the game's enthusiastic fanbase to improve upon CD Projekt Red's already impressive work. Today, we will be highlighting one of The Witcher 3's best texture mods, The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project 10.0, which released today. 

Halk Hogan's The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project version 10.0 brings with it "over 1000 reworked textures" and "over 250 improved and reworked models". Put simply, with this mod The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt looks better than it ever has before on PC. This is especially true for users of ultra HD displays.  

The trailer below showcases the graphical impact of the mod, revealing some staggering differences in detail. The Witcher 3 was designed for 1080p or lower resolutions on modern consoles, but the efforts of Halk Hogan, the creator of this mod, The Witcher 3 is now ready for the 4K era.     

The Witcher 3's HD Reworked project Mod is currently available at Nexus Mods as a free download. 

You can join the discussion on The Witcher 3's HD Reworked Project version 10.0 on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

17-07-2019, 13:15:03

Sweet thanks Mark for the heads up Quote

17-07-2019, 19:14:03

Just downloaded and installed and imo looks fantastic. More Great work from Mr Hogan!Quote

17-07-2019, 19:55:02

I so wish I loved this and Skyrim Quote

17-07-2019, 20:06:43

I understand skyrim because there's nothing to do without mods(as in same repetitive tasks), but why not the witcher?Quote

18-07-2019, 11:02:03

Incredible, the hours that must have gone into this is mind blowing. I maybe spend a few hours on one texture map for Blender projects and this guy has reworked 1000s, I'm totally in awe of his metal textures, mine always appear to glossy but his are so on point for worn metals. Jelous is an understatement.Quote

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