The Witcher 3 Next-Gen Update Features The Witcher 3 HD Remastered Project, HD Monsters Reworked Mod and more; HDR is enabled automatically

CD Projekt Red’s global community director, Marcin Momot, took to Twitter to provide some additional details about next week’s free The Witcher 3 Next-Gen update.

We already knew that the next-gen version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will probably use some popular community mods, and we now have a confirmed list of mods that will be included in the next-gen version, including the ever-popular HD Remastered Project from modder HalkHogan. as such open By Momot, the following mods have been implemented in the game:

  • The Witcher 3 HD remastered project by HalkHogan
  • HD Monsters Remastered by Denroth
  • Immersive real-time footage from TIGI 25
  • Nitpicker patch by chuckcash
  • World map fixes by Terg500

In addition to the above, the community manager also provided more information about the game’s HDR feature, which will be automatically enabled if your display supports it. Momot also revealed that the team plans to add an HDR calibration option to the next-gen version through a future patch.

A word of clarification on the HDR feature in The Witcher 3 NG update for PC, PS5 and XSX|S, Momot explained. “For the game version, it will be automatically enabled when connected to an HDR monitor. We plan to add a calibration menu in a future patch. Thanks for your patience!”

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Next-Gen update is released in a few days on December 14th across PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The patch will be free for those who already own The Witcher 3 on their platform .

CD Projekt Red announced the next-gen release of the 2015 title in September last year.

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Taking into account the power of next-generation consoles and modern PCs, the next edition of CD Projekt Red’s award-winning role-playing game will include dozens of visual, performance, and technical improvements over the original. CD Projekt Red wrote last month. “This includes support for ray tracing, faster loading times on consoles, as well as a variety of tweaks built into the experience, among many other things. You can also look forward to additional new content inspired by Netflix’s The Witcher series.”

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