Remake of TW 1 with TW 2 Engine?
22.04.2012 @ 18:23 #4
Oh yeah forgot to mention that Witcher 1 is 3 times bigger and they would have to recreate all of those places and characters and yeah it would take them years!
22.04.2012 @ 19:05 #6
Anyway, i pretty sure it will never happen anyway...its of course a economic question for CD Projekt etc.
PS: Maybe someday with the Engine as Open Source and as a Fanprojekt ;-)
22.04.2012 @ 19:40 #7
22.04.2012 @ 19:45 #8
22.04.2012 @ 20:23 #9
Keep the classics as they are.
+ Welcome to the witcher community =] ›››
Besides the game isn’t old enough to need a remake and I think it would be best if they just move on.
22.04.2012 @ 21:48 #10
22.04.2012 @ 23:27 #11
23.04.2012 @ 01:10 #12
TW1 is by no means a bad looking game, the visual fits the lore really well, even better than TW2 I might add. There are also TONS of mod to make it looks better e.g. high res texture pack etc.
23.04.2012 @ 01:35 #13
Honestly, TW1 needs to be what it was, TW2 is glorious in it's advancement, and I look forward to the next CDP release, ever hoping it will continue Geralt's story.
23.04.2012 @ 01:40 #14
You are right, Ichobi. TW 1 isnt looking bad and the engine fits the Atmosphere but the Red Engine could be a Way to get a new look on it. And im sure the Engine can be made..."darker" and "gritty". Would be a nice Experiment...
23.04.2012 @ 12:25 #16
Your best bet is to play it on a PC, it doesn't require a whole lot. ›››
That being said, it'd be cool to give it a facelift for its 10 year anniversary in 2017.
23.04.2012 @ 16:56 #17
The original is always going to be the original. The argument is therefore invalid to me.
Now, arguing the EE edition changed the original is a whole other can of beans. That argument has a lot of merit
23.04.2012 @ 18:06 #19
"Remaking" TW1 using Red Engine would simply mean that they would be making TW1 all over again.
Lastly, I do not see anything wrong with the original TW1. It looks plenty good. If you guys can't play an RPG that doesn't boast cutting edge graphics, like Fallout, Baldur's Gate or Betrayal at Krondor, then you are playing RPG's for the wrong reasons.
PC does not equal Windows. Personal computers run many different operating systems, like GNU/Linux and, why not, Windows. PC games should be available for all major platforms. Let's not be handcuffed and tied to one vendor. Utilize standard, cross-platform technologies!
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