NVIDIA, Microsoft, and the Television Networks all want a piece of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s sweet hype train. As its marketing campaign ramps up into high gear the game managed to cause a bit of controversy as well (through no fault of its own) as Microsoft decided to take a common but misleading business practice of placing the PC Version of the The Witcher 3’s gameplay on their Xbox YouTube Channel. These days gamers are getting too smart for little tricks like that though, and since the PC Version obviously performs at higher graphical settings than that of the consoles, it was later taken down with an apology issued by Microsoft.
Two new trailers were also released including the NVIDIA Behind-The-Scenes Look at the game continuing the title’s dev diary series and focusing on the Lead Artist, Senior Character Artist, Technical Artist, Lead Engine Programmer, Gameplay Programmer, and more as they discuss the game’s preference for NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards on the Windows PC platform. The Witcher 3 lands in gamers’ hands on May 19, 2015.
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NVIDIA Behind-The-Scenes Look:
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