Geralt of Rivia looks best in The Witcher 3. The game was developed as a PC title and the optimization is on another level. On most machines, the Witcher 3 runs smooth like butter but of course, if you select the appropriate setting for your hardware.
The game was released back in 2015 and even today it looks up to date, especially on Ultra. Speaking of which, when the settings are bumped to the max, the mid-range GPUs are struggling to reach the 60 FPS mark.
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