The Witcher 3 has been getting a lot of attention. It's highly anticipated and is all plenty of people want to talk about. However, not all people get it - what makes The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt so special? For me, this launch trailer perfectly encapsulates it.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is coming soon and people are excited for it. With over a million pre-orders and some rave reviews, the stage is set for The Witcher 3 to easily sweep everyone's Game of the Year awards. But that may not be enough for them as they seem to be teasing another new announcement.
Are you part of the PC master race? Do you have a copy of The Witcher 3? Then do I have news for you! It's that special time - you can now unleash the best on your bandwidth.
The Witcher 3 is coming 19 May, a date that just can't come soon enough. Now there's a new video that's making the wait even harder. Not only is Geralt looking tough, but I'm now even more keen to try my hand at Ciri's powers.
The Witcher franchise has always set the standard for PC gaming. With gorgeous games that push PC hardware to its limits, good looks are a big part of the game. That aesthetic doesn't come cheap, using up a ton of resources on devices - but don't worry, it will still be impressive on PS4 and Xbox One, and the developers say there's more to it than that.
If you want to remain pure, go no further. CD Projekt Red has revealed a bunch of new screenshots for the game. However, due to quest objectives being shown as part of the UI, you may get more of a sense of the content of the story than you wanted before the game. If you are saving yourself for when you're in love, this is your promise ring warning.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is only 25 days away. 19 May is just around the corner , and the studio is pushing out even more video. It looks fantastic and will make TV viewers and die-hard fans alike excited for the game.
The resolution war is real, people. We all know there's drama about Xbox One vs PS4 when it comes to resolution, but there's really no contest when it comes to PC, right? We can all accept this. However, people are wont to get mighty upset when Xbox tries to pass off PC footage as Xbox footage, and rightfully so.
We have sent Sandy on a not-so-secret mission to Poland. It makes me happy that merely by stating that he's gone to Poland, you can infer the rest of what he's probably up to. While we wait for his cool, breaking news coverage, world maps for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have appeared.
I don't know how this happened, but The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is now less than a month away. That's right, it's almost here. The wait feels interminable, but we're about to get our hands on it. While some people might be patient and just wait for the game to arrive, I'm keen on every detail I can get about the game, including this video about voice acting.
The Witcher 3 is exciting. It features some of the deepest story-telling that you can get in gaming. For some, it's too complex; for others, it's a dream come true. Whatever your stance, there are some very cool things that are nuanced and considered. I like games made by smart people and CD Projekt Red are obviously a highly intelligent bunch.
It's still a month until we can explore the wild world of The Witcher. But CD Projekt RED is ready. In fact, they're done. The game has gone gold and download sizes have been revealed. But does going gold still mean anything?
The Witcher 3 is looking cool. Last week we got a new trailer, but we also got this gameplay walkthrough that showed some rather gory finishers. Of course, the internet had to rise up to say how inaccurate those decapitations were.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt isn't just about Geralt going from place to place and hooking up with women as he pursues the story. The war hasn't just ravaged the countryside, it has helped monster numbers soar. It's a Witcher's job to kill monsters, so there's a lot of work to do. Plus it looks incredible. Follow me to see more.
The Witcher 3 is a big game. It will offer over 200 hours of gameplay to completionists while those who just pursue the story can probably knock off 50 hours from that time. But any game can pad out the experience and have you retrace your steps a million times. Not so with The Witcher 3.