The Witcher 3 For Nintendo Switch is Listed by a Major French Wholesaler


A new leak appears regarding the coming of The Witcher 3 on Nintendo Switch. Recently, in a listing of a Major French Wholesaler of Videogames WTT, The Witcher 3 was listed for Nintendo Switch Platform. However, it is believed to be a mistake by the seller as having The Witcher 3 on Nintendo Switch is somehow impossible as it has a massive size which may not perform well on Switch.

But soon after the list spotted by Direct-feed Games and after their tweet, players have started discussing about this leak on some major forums like Reddit, ResetEra and many others. Players are both convicted and agnostic after going through this leak. However, this is somehow one among those common fake leaks which are listed by retailers and wholesalers to gain popularity. So, it is advised to players not to get too much into these leaks.

In addition, if we talk about the compatibility of The Witcher 3 on Nintendo Switch, it seems hard to run this game series on Switch smoothly as Nintendo Switch didn’t have enough storage to run this massive games. The approximative size of this title is 50 GB which is far larger for Switch to handle smoothly. Both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One had struggled a lot to run this title on their platform without any difficulty. Moreover, looking at the Switch’s Specifications, it seems to be harder to run this title efficiently.

The Witcher 3 is one of the massive open-world game developed by CD Projekt Red. And if this leak proved to true in future, then this game must have some major downgrades in some specific areas to run the game smoothly on Switch. It will be interesting to see the struggle to run this masterpiece on Nintendo Switch. We will keep you updated with the upcoming news related to this leak.

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