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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is out now on Nintendo Switch. Check out how the game runs in this video from Youtube channel Pixelacos Gameplays, who uploaded nearly an hour of footage in docked mode:

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Nintendo has posted its final video presentation of Gamescom 2019, which focuses entirely on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for Switch. Check it out below.

There was plenty of news about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Switch yesterday, including an October 15 release date and tons of footage. A new comparison video has also now come in, which you can find below. See how the Switch visuals stack up to the PlayStation 4 release.

CD Projekt Red is now taking pre-orders for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on the Switch eShop. To download the game, 28.1GB of space is required. It was previously stated that the entire game would fit on a 32GB Switch cartridge.

Those who pre-load can pay in advance and download the required data ahead of time. Then on launch day, you’ll basically be able to begin playing immediately upon release.

As was announced earlier today, The Witcher 3 launches for Switch on October 15.

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CD Projekt Red has posted a new, 40-minute gameplay video showcasing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt running on Switch. Give it a look below.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is making its way to Switch on October 15, CD Projekt Red announced today. It was previously announced for release sometime this year.

Here’s a new trailer:

Kotaku has obtained some additional information about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Switch. CD Projekt Red told the site that most of that game’s graphical user interface (GUI) has been redone. Dynamic fonts and HUD size are available depending on which resolution the game is running at.

CD Projekt Red also said that touch controls could be implemented after launch. If that happens, players will be able to use them for the map and inventory.

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One of the announcements made during last week’s Nintendo Direct was The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for Switch. The acclaimed game will reach the system later this year.

After the reveal was made, VGC spoke with UI coordinator Alvin Liu about the port. While there are “hardware trade-offs” involving draw distance and less foliage, CD Projekt Red believes the game “looks amazing” on Switch.

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