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    I know, devs have more important things right now with all the crashing and freezing reports. But I really hope Witcher 3 gets 3D Vision support as perfect as Witcher 2 had. Anyone who played W2 in 3D knows how amazing it looked in stereo depth and W3 has potential to surpass it.Our 3D patching wizards say it will be problematic for them to fix the game since shader headers were stripped. So we lay our hopes on developers shoulders.
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    I wish this was a Sard poll
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    I don't get the "Sard poll" joke
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    I don't vote on polls
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    "I don't vote on polls". Genius, Reptile, just genius.
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    Sometimes, we do things we regret. On a related note, how's it going today?
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    Last edited by Dragonbird; 28-05-15, 16:50.

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    +1 From me, Not going to play this before 3D vision gets fixed Or atleast help out the Helixmod crew to work with shaders. Thanks!

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    • #3
      +100000000. Please!

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      • #4
        Obviously not the biggest priority right now. But, I thought I'd just throw a suggestion here. In case it gets spotted, and can be implemented at some point maybe , when stuff calms down. Also to see if anyone else agrees.

        I'd personally like an option to only enable the HairWorks tech for creatures. As in, not enabled for Geralt. I really don't like the look of it. (opinion) It looks unrealistic.

        I think the in-house hair for Geralt is nicer. But the fur on monsters is another matter. They almost require hairworks being enabled, to have any semblance to actual fur. Hence why I'm requesting this.

        Tbh, the monsters with fur (dogs, wolves, beasts, etc) look preeeetty bad, when hairworks is disabled..(stiff, plastic looking)

        Plus, it would be a nice performance increase overall. With the tech enabled.

        Edit: Example below of HairWorks off / on. (fur)

        Last edited by Asmodean778; 19-05-15, 10:35.

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        • #5
          I'm sure it's hopeless because almost everyone is ignoring 3d. Please Add 3d vision support!!! Or release the information the modders need to fix it! Not having 3d support when Witcher 2 had it is a huge disappointment!!! Even Rockstar added 3d support for GTA V! You don't want to be underfoot of Rockstar, do you?

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          • #6
            Yep. It is my inly complain. I even had to dissable 3dvision to make the game to work

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            • #7
              Somewhat agree, although I've seen it on videos only so far. But it seems like hairworks is much better at animating fur than actual hair.

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              • #8
                After starting the game I think the intro is really very well done... However all I could think about is... This good intro would be freaking amazing if it was in 3d!!! It would be nice if shadows could be disabled since that would improve performance and make 3d easier. I think some of the modders want the header info for the shaders so they can fix it. If Project red isn't going to support 3d can you at least help the community do your work for you? Make this game a 10/10 please!
                https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...-wild-hunt/10/

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                • #9
                  Plus, there's no downside. It'll provide improved performance, and it's only an option.

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                  • #10
                    I don't know about hairworks, but I once compared tressfx in Tomb Raider both off and on, and their hair looked mediocre either way, with it clipping through Lara's head and such. Not sure if this tech is any better but I've heard of fps tanking by 20 or so with it turned on?

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                    • #11
                      Indeed, TW2 was one of the best 3D experiences in gaming - pretty gutted to have to start this game in 2D (Trying to be optimistic hoping the community CAN fix this given the aforementioned hiding of shader data). So much detail lacking in 2D, Please I want to be able experience the real presence in this amazing world that 3D brings. Please fix.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by caruga
                        I don't know about hairworks, but I once compared tressfx in Tomb Raider both off and on, and their hair looked mediocre either way, with it clipping through Lara's head and such. Not sure if this tech is any better but I've heard of fps tanking by 20 or so with it turned on?
                        I honestly think Geralt's hair looks higher quality with the in-house tech. Hairworks eats about 15-20 fps, and looks plastic-ish imo. But, as I mentioned above. The creatures with fur (wolves, dogs, beasts, etc) are really in dire need of having the hairworks enabled. They look pretty terrible with it off, imo. totally stiff and plastic looking.

                        Ironically, the hair looks plastic looking with the NV works enabled, and the fur looks plastic looking with the NV work disabled lol
                        Last edited by Asmodean778; 19-05-15, 07:53.

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                        • #13
                          Hello +10000 don't forget pc community. its hard to play w3 after play witcher 2 in 3d =)

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                          • #14
                            Yeah, it'd be good to have this option.

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                            • #15
                              I want this too

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