Witcher 3: Slow Motion Bug (Solved)
This page contains information on Witcher 3 slow motion.
To activate the game’s slow motion feature, press and hold the block button, the right mouse button for PC users, or the left trigger for consoles. This will result in your character’s actions slowing down, providing more time to dodge and parry attacks. Additionally, you can also use potions such as the Tawny Owl or signs such as the Aard sign to make things go in slow motion.
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Witcher 3 Slow Motion Bug
Several factors may cause the slow-motion bug in the game. One of the most common facts is outdated drivers or corrupted game files. Other factors include device overheating, inability to meet minimum requirements to play the game, and software conflicts.
How to Fix the Bug
The first step is to update the graphics drivers. You must ensure you are using the latest version of the graphics card. Head to the manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers to do this.
Another potential solution is to verify the game files. If the game files have been corrupted, it can cause bugs. Therefore, head to your Steam library, right-click on the game, choose Properties, head to the Local Files Tab, and then tap on Verify Integrity of Game Files. Doing this will eliminate any corrupted files and install new ones, solving the bug issue.
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The following solution is to disable V-Sync. This is because V-Sync can cause the game to slow down and stutter. Therefore, disabling it may solve the problem. You can disable it on the options menu in the game.
Additionally, you can lower your graphic settings. If they are too high, it can result in issues in the game’s performance. Lower them in the options menu and check if it solves the slow-motion bug.