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Blood and Wine, a 20-hour-plus tale that will introduce the all-new in-game region of Toussaint, will take Geralt to a land untainted by war, where an atmosphere of carefree indulgence and knightly ritual masks an ancient, bloody secret.
Low vs Ultra The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine Screenshot Comparison.
What FPS does a GeForce GTX 1060 get @ 1080p?

The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine

GeForce GTX 1060

Low Vs Ultra GeForce GTX 1060 Performance Review

Viewing the performance found on the 3 year old GeForce GTX 1060 while playing The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine we quickly see it can get a very strong 107 FPS. With that performance recorded at 1920x1080 res when running High graphics.

As this is a relatively powerful GPU, especially when comparing it to The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine rec requirements, it would make more sense if you pushed it up to 1440p or 4K, where even at Ultra 4K graphics settings the GeForce GTX 1060 will still get a solid 35 FPS.

To summarise, GeForce GTX 1060 graphics cards can smoothly run this game, but what The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine screen resolution would you like to run with? While you can get 35 FPS with 4K Ultra you can increase your frame rate to 58 FPS in Ultra 1440p and up to 77 FPS with 1080p. Pricing this on a frame per frame around the graphics cards original price it will cost $3.23 per 1080p Ultra frame. This increases to $4.29 per frame at 1440p Ultra and even more with 4K Ultra at $7.11 per frame.

GeForce GTX 1060 Cost Per FPS @ 1080p for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine

Graphics Card price at launch:

Nvidia 10 Series Low Vs Ultra for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine
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