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Sear your retinas with these Witcher 3: Wild Hunt screenshots from gamescom!


The latest screenshots and artwork from the stunning RPG

CD Projekt RED's Witcher games have a well-earned reputation for being easy on the eyes. These titles also have a reputation for putting video cards in their place.

Even running two EVGA GTX 780 FTWs in SLI, I still can't get The Witcher 2 to run at 1440p 60Hz with Ubersampling enabled. The latest assets from gamescom 2014 don't look like they plan on changing that trend anytime soon.   

Think you'll be running The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on max settings when it releases in 2015?

Check out the gallery and let us know what you think.

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