PC gamers have had a rough couple of years.
With the launch of Windows 10, we are finally starting to see some big releases for the platform, including titles like Minecraft, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Tomb Raider: Anniversary.
But for PC gamers, there are still a few games that they simply cannot play on Windows.
The latest in that category is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
This latest entry in the beloved Witcher series is one of the most popular titles for the new version of Windows.
The game is currently available for download on the Steam Greenlight platform, and is the highest rated PC game on Steam, with an average rating of 4.6 stars out of 5.
When I first saw The Witcher III on PC, I was really excited to get it on the platform.
It was one of my first PC games, and I had always wanted to play the game on a Mac.
In the last few weeks, however, the game has been downgraded to a playable state on Windows, and the Steam version of the game will no longer work on Windows for the foreseeable future.
This is a huge setback for PC players who were hoping that The Witcher would finally come to Windows.
The Witcher 3 has been in a steady state of release for over two years, but the last time we saw the game, it was in Early Access.
While it was a big leap forward for the series, the developers were only able to release a single patch, which included several graphical enhancements to the game.
Despite this, the first-person combat and combat AI still feel extremely similar to their console counterparts, and while the combat and AI in the game are great, I still felt like The Witcher still wasn’t ready to be released to the public on PC.
Even with the improvements, The Witcher’s PC release was delayed from March 1 to July 31.
So while it is still possible to play The Witcher on Windows on the current version of Steam, the PC version will no long be available for purchase on the game’s Greenlight page.
For those PC gamers who have waited years for this, this news is frustrating, as it’s an incredible achievement for The Witcher developers to finally release a playable version of The Witcher to the general public.
The biggest reason for the decision to delay The Witcher is that the developers need to make a lot of improvements to the PC experience.
One of the biggest issues is the lack of graphical improvements in The Witcher.
In the PC versions of The Evil Within and The Witcher, you can see the game running at 60 frames per second with no visual effects.
On Windows, you would need to play through the game in very low resolution.
To add insult to injury, The Evil And The Good PC versions still lack any sort of anti-aliasing, meaning that even if you have an ultra-high end PC, you will be missing out on a lot more visual quality.
This has caused some PC gamers to take to social media to voice their frustration.
I feel so bad for all the PC gamers out there, but there is not much we can do about it, especially since The Witcher was released on the very same day as the release of the Xbox One X. The Witcher has been a PC exclusive for over a year now, and despite the recent updates, it still feels as if it’s missing something.
If you are a PC gamer looking for a great PC game, look no further.
I recommend checking out The Witcher for yourself, but if you’re looking to get the most out of your PC experience, I strongly suggest playing the Xbox version of Witcher 3.