Can You Play Witcher III on the Lowest Graphic Settings?

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Wither III on low looks like a PlayStation 1 game.

Have you ever wondered what playing Witcher III The Wild Hunt looks like on the lowest graphics settings? Well, a couple of streamers decided to give it a go, and the result would be amusing if not so gut-wrenching.

Witcher III Looks Like Something You Would Have Played on a Sega

Probably one of the game’s forte is its graphics. Yes, Witcher III was quite ahead of its time and not just because it featured Geralt of Rivia.

Who among us didn’t take long detours while heading towards an objective just to take in that scenery? Now, about the lowest graphics settings gig.

Lately, two streamers and Witcher III fans have decided to try out a new way of playing CD Projekt Red’s game. And no, we’re not talking about stripping Geralt and going two rounds with a fiend.

For the purpose of this stream, the two gamers tinkered with the game’s graphical settings and turned off or down everything you can think off. The result – a polygonal nightmare that features a jaundice-yellow Gerald that runs around a brownish scenery adorned with Minecraft-like trees.

Remember when you scaled a mountain just to look around at the majestic scenery stretching before your feet? Well, on the lowest graphics settings it just looks like a rusty puddle with a few edges.

Probably the worst aspect of playing Witcher III like this is exploring cities. In the video, the player ran around Novigrad.

However, it’s kind of hard to tell exactly what city that was considering that there are no people in it and the buildings look like as they were xeroxed.

Conclusion

Having fun so far? We can’t say that playing the game in this form is entertaining, but if you’re bored, you can at least try it out for a couple of minutes.

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