CD Projekt has dropped a series of short Twitter videos for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt playing on the Steam deck. The videos give us a glimpse of one of the best games of all time running on hardware, and for all intents and purposes, it looks as good as you’d hope for a handheld.
It’s hard to tell what resolution the Witcher 3 is running at (Twitter video compression doesn’t help) but the framerate certainly looks consistent enough. It’s at least 30 FPS (the official target for most games on Steam decks), and doesn’t seem to travel when entering graphically demanding areas like cities or swamps. It’s probably safe to say that this will also look better than impressive. Nintendo Switch Witcher 3 Port.
The first video shows Geralt riding a roach through the streets of Novigrad.
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The second video shows Geralt colliding with a stone golem in the Forest of Velen.
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The third video shows Geralt on his way to the swampy home of Crones, who play a central role in the hideous and murderous witches bloody baron quest.
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