The Witcher 3 Complete Edition Uses 32 GB Card, Runs At Dynamic 720p Resolution
The Witcher 3 Complete Edition was confirmed in a recent Nintendo Direct and thankfully the announcement trailer was seen running on a Nintendo Switch. CD Projekt Red has shared some technical details on the Switch port.
Interacting with fans on Twitter, the official account for The Witcher 3 didn’t try to hide any of the technical details and revealed some interesting information on the state of the port itself. It was reported that the game will use a 32 GB card, which is one of a kind when it comes to the Nintendo Switch hardware. If we go by the cart space, the download size for The Witcher 3 Complete Edition should be under 32 GB.
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If you wanted to know who was behind this port, it was confirmed that Saber Interactive is working on it. They have also worked on Halo: The Master Chief Collection in the past. The resolution was revealed to be dynamic 720p in docked mode while in handled, the game will have a limit of 540p. It might seem low but running a game of Witcher caliber on a portable console is no easy feat. There is no cross-save support so you won’t be able to import save from other platforms.
This Complete Edition comes with all of the post-launch DLC including the paid one offered by Season Pass and the free bonus content. There is a total of 16 pieces of DLC that were given for free to The Witcher 3 users while two major expansions were also released. All of this will be included in The Witcher 3 Complete Edition for Nintendo Switch.