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'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year

And it'll be the Complete Edition.
Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
June 11, 2019
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Nintendo is bringing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to the Switch later this year, the company announced at E3 2019. The action RPG, created by CD Projekt, will be coming to the Nintendo's portable console in its "Complete Edition," which means it'll likely include all the DLC that's been available since 2015. Nintendo didn't say when, exactly, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be available on the Switch, but we do know it'll be at some point in 2019. At least you have time to prepare yourself for your next fantasy.

Update: CD Projekt Red has since given some extra details on the port. In docked mode, the game will output at 720p using dynamic resolution scaling to (hopefully) maintain a steady frame rate. In handheld mode, we're apparently looking at a fixed 540p output. Those are obviously not the highest numbers, but given the Xbox One couldn't hold 1080p (it also used dynamic resolution scaling), it doesn't come as a huge surprise. Here are a few screenshots CDPR shared with us:

The Witcher 3 Switch

The Witcher 3 Switch

The Witcher 3 Switch

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