I agree. Game will probably look great on every platform. I also hate these kinds of comparions to old trailers and stuff once a game is out. Either a game looks great or not, that is all that counts for me.I hope that the PS4 version will be show in the gamescom. And I think in the three plataforms , the game will be look very impressive.
Eskerrik asko (thank you in basque ) to lordcash and kinley
I know , that , PC version is better and will be better, in this case there arent discussion. But the believe or hope for the next -gen consoles . I see little hope in general , and I think the two plataforms (X1 , PS4 ) are very impressive and theirs perfomance is and will be very good.I agree. Game will probably look great on every platform. I also hate these kinds of comparions to old trailers and stuff once a game is out. Either a game looks great or not, that is all that counts for me.
I hope CDPR will show the PS4 and the PC version at Gamesom, both with their respective primary controls. Not everyone wants to play Witcher 3 on an X1 or with an X1 controller....
I really hope you didn't just compared CDPR to a dev team who did this http://www.gameranx.com/updates/id/22615/article/ubi-rep-says-watch-dogs-downgrade-didn-t-happen-comparison-video-shows-huge-difference/
oh shit, I actually did that, fuck I'm dumb. Edited now, thanks for noticing.Let's not give NeoGAF too much credit now. A guy on guru3d found this, while the guy from NeoGAF provided a link to guru3d.
Anyway, OT: The answer in that interview was a typical PR answer. We've already had a chance to see both the Xbone and PC versions, and there's a noticable difference, even with the blurry stream quality.
Let's not give NeoGAF too much credit now. A guy on guru3d found this, while the guy from NeoGAF provided a link to guru3d.a guy on NeoGAF found an actual file in the instalation folder
Jesus fucking Christ...Well, you definitely won't see this kind of approach from CDPR-
Ahh reading a bit of that thread shows a different perspective on the who cares comment.Yup, here it was discussed before-
Based on the little bits we've heard, I don't think there is any evidence to that. I think that just about every change is an effort to just make a better game and fix some old systems that didn't work well. "Recommended potions" is the only thing I can think of that falls into the category you are talking about, and it's such a minor thing that you may have the option to turn off.The better question would be "are gameplay mechanics, features, systems and other elements being downgraded to accommodate to the causal gamers?
And how far will this go if it is the case?