A fan of The Witcher 3 makes a stellar animated pixel art clip based on one of the most memorable scenes around the middle of the game’s campaign.
His fan The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt made a stellar pixel art animation sequence with Priscilla in one of the game’s most memorable scenes. Being a story based game, The Witcher 3 is full of memorable moments that are constantly talked about among his fans. While the game is no stranger to fan art and other community-based creations, sometimes they can come in a form that very few people expect, such as this particular pixel art animation.
The Witcher 3 recently received a free major update that brings with it a number of improvements. These include not only graphical fidelity upgrades such as ray tracing and higher resolution textures, but also several gameplay and quality of life changes previously only available to PC players through the use of mods. Such an improvement to a highly successful game is sure to bring a resurgence of players both old and new, and The Witcher 3 he is going through exactly this situation.
Cool pixel animation courtesy of Reddit user BetaZX. The sequence is based on a specific moment that occurs around the middle of the campaign The Witcher 3, in which Geralt meets Priscilla for the first time while he is searching for the Dandelion in the city of Novigrad. Priscilla, being a famous bard who goes by the stage name “Callonetta”, is performing the song “The Wolven Storm” at The Kingfisher Inn when Geralt and his friend Zoltan arrive.
“The Wolven Storm”, also known as “Priscilla’s Song”, is already very popular and has 7 different voice translations in The Witcher 3. In this animated pixel art clip, however, the artist put his own instrumental rendition of the song that fits well with the overall retro theme. The visual details are also quite amazing, with Geralt and Zoltan appearing to be sitting in the middle area, just like in the scene. The Witcher 3.
The length of the clip is quite short, coming in at just under a minute, yet it manages to show off the impressive abilities of its creator in his attempt to rethink The Witcher 3 in retro-inspired form. Many users commented that they wouldn’t mind playing the game in this kind of visual style. “I will [pay] $1000 to play with Witcher 3 with those visuals,” one user exaggeratedly wrote. Another user praised the chill vibe the animated clip conveys.
The Witcher 3 it’s already over 7 years old, but its graphics still live up to modern standards, especially with the recent next-gen update. While the upcoming Witcher Games will definitely do much better with the help of Unreal Engine 5, a pixel art based Witcher The spin-off can also be a great idea as evidenced by this animated clip.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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