Youtube compresison makes comparison pretty much impossible. You can't see the quality of AF or AA in this. It's just not possible. It looks like grass and object pop in is pretty noticeable... But it could also be the horrible compression.
However, It doesn't look like the horror show some people were worried about in the other thread, no frame rate hiccups.
Some people forget how good The Witcher 2 looked on 360, relatively speaking. Even though this game is open world, I think a lot of people underestimate what a good current gen only baseline + great developer record can do for the visuals of a game.
These consoles aren't super powerful but they're not slouches either. Just look at what PS3 and 360 were doing 7 years into their life. Gamers are (understandably) overly cynical these days.
Yeah, I bought this up yesterday. I can understand it happening when things obstruct the players view, especially when in combat, but it seems to also happen with objects at the bottom edge of the screen that aren't blocking the camera. I would have preferred it if they disappeared just after going out of the frame, but it's no big deal really.
Weird, it doesn't seem to be happening here at the start when he's just riding along on his horse. Nor when he first enters the forest. I'm thinking it only happens when you enter combat. That's great if so.