Sorry, didn't think about posting specs because they're more than enough. I played it on a much weaker PC. Then again, maybe it's a compatibility issue. Anyway:Riven-Twain;n10533602 said:Before SigilFey arrives, with much better suggestions than mine, let's dig a bit deeper. What are your system's specs? Are you running the game as an administrator? Also, I seem to recall that tinkering with 3D settings on the graphics card's control panel can sometimes cause issues. Have you adjusted any of those settings specifically for the game? Please, tell us more.
Did you only recently install it on your current machine? Also, do you have the game on GOG or Steam?Snake_Foxhounder;n10536392 said:I played it on a much weaker PC. Then again, maybe it's a compatibility issue.
Not 100% sure, actually. If it doesn't work, TW2 contains the ability to simulate the choices you made in TW1 so that the world state is the same at least. That's what I wound up doing, since I didn't realize the import would be a thing and I had already uninstalled the game.Snake_Foxhounder;n10544452 said:
I guess I could chime in as well.Snake_Foxhounder;n10544452 said:I got Witcher 1 on GOG and W2 on Steam (I know, will get around to getting both on the same platform). Will I be able to import my W1 save for W2 because of that?