We’ve reported yesterday that this Witcher 3 Xbox One X update might be really all around release, considering the fact that its status was changed from “In Development” to “Coming Soon” on Microsoft’s official listing of enhanced games.
The list has long been updated again now, adding support for prime Dynamic Range (HDR) displays in the nearby column.
This is interesting as CD Projekt RED specifically didn’t mention HDR when mentioned it inside interview published over the Xbox Wire blog.
What does 4K and HDR mean in your game, games down the road and development at your studio?
With we’ve got the technology starting to be widespread, 4K is looking like the second step for the gaming industry to accomplish more with regard to visuals.
This led many to consider that any of us will not witness the beautiful landscapes of The Witcher 3 in the full glory of HDR and Wide Color Gamut. However, there is certainly hope again on this listing update, though the official confirmation is into the future.
Of course, Xbox One S owners could enjoy the inclusion of HDR, too, plus there is absolutely no reason to trust CD Projekt RED wouldn’t bring this graphics update to PlayStation 4 and PC too. Natural meats soon produce an excuse to go back to being Geralt of Rivia, the Witcher.
Stay tuned to get more updates.