It could, if someone would be interested in making it and would have nothing else to do. CDPR are more interested in making new games, so prospects of such remake are unlikely. Also, producing a remake without making it worse isn't simple. It's not just about using newer engines. Remakes can change mechanics, or some game logic, and the result can turn out to be worse than the original.However W1 really could use a remake with proper engine and a team that now has a bunch of actual experience with making games.
Well, go ahead and surprise me by making a combat mechanic that'd be worse than TW1 one.Remakes can change mechanics, or some game logic, and the result can turn out to be worse than the original.
It's a unique system and very gratifying for me. My problem is the controls to dodge are not great. Compared to TW2 and TW3, the inputs aren't nearly as responsive.I don't find combat mechanics in TW1 to be bad. Not sure why people have problems with it. I guess some just don't get that it's rhythmic. It's rather simple once they understand how it works.
I feel there's enough under the hood in terms of effects and abilities to make it much more than that. But then I turn off the attack icon and go with the flow.Well, go ahead and surprise me by making a combat mechanic that'd be worse than TW1 one.
Every time i think of TW1 combat i can't help but also think of this:
Engine in 2 isn't really old. It's rather old in Witcher 1, but the game is still perfectly playable. I recommend you to play both games without trying to "accept" (or not) the engine, and see for yourself if you like them.and want to play 1 and 2, but feel hard to accept the old engine used in 1 and 2.
With the right addons, they are more or less been remade. Witcher 1 with hd textures, new sky box looks very pretty imho.I only played the Witcher 3 and want to play 1 and 2, but feel hard to accept the old engine used in 1 and 2.
If cdproject red can remake 1 and 2 with the latest engine that would be marvalous and many players will buy the remade edition, I think.