This morning, Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt Red sent over a PDF full of changes that will ship with the game’s next patch. It’s 13 pages long. »
I played 60 hours of The Witcher 3 earlier this year, and only stopped because I had other games to play. One question always nagged me, though: how did CD Projekt RED put together a sprawling open world game that avoided the genre’s usual preference for meaningless side quests? I called them to find out. »
This video is full of interesting Witcher 3 facts, but one in particular stands out: over 500 voice actors worked on the game across seven languages. »
The Witcher 3’s final piece of free DLC, which adds a more challenging New Game+ mode, is out. The first challenge: actually starting a New Game+. »
In the last half a year or so, we’ve gotten not one but two epic western fantasy RPGs in the form of Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It’s only natural that we’d want to compare them.
Over the weekend, The Witcher 3 got a new patch that brought with it a bunch of changes. None of the tweaks are earth-shaking on their own, but taken together, they make the game feel noticeably more polished, user-friendly, and complete.
I gotta say, CD Projekt Red is killing it with all the free stuff they keep adding to The Witcher 3.
The only problem with the addictive card game CD Projekt Red included in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is all the witching one has to do to play it. Thanks to a mod for Tabletop Simulator, the witching is now optional. »
When I think of how The Witcher 3 depicts women, handles sexism, and deals with other hot-button subject matter, I think of one quest: The Bloody Baron.
At its core, The Witcher 3 is a game about two things: hunting monsters and looking sexy. Surely you’ve noticed that Geralt looks like the leading dude of a trashy romance novel, yeah? I can’t be the only one that pauses at Geralt’s obsession with slathering oil on stuff, right? »
Around this time four years ago The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings impressed critics with its opulent and demanding PC graphics, rich environments and storytelling, along with innovative combat mechanics. Selling nearly two million copies in its first year, the game was a great success for CD Projekt Red so it came as… »
Some releases are designed to kick a gaming PC in the teeth, a stark reminder it's time to upgrade. A new Witcher game is definitely one of those moments. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was recently delayed until May, but in the meantime, the system requirements have been released. It might be time to start looking for… »
Geralt isn't the only playable character in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. There's another one in this video. CD Projekt Red just isn't saying which one. »
Development studio CD Projekt Red, who are trying their very hardest to be the anti-Ubisoft, announced today that their upcoming role-playing game The Witcher 3 will have a whopping 16 pieces of downloadable content. All for free. »
Here's the opening cinematic for The Witcher 3. That lady wielding all the bad juju? She and Geralt were a thing once. »
It's hard to discern much about how The Witcher 3 plays, or whether it will feel as grand as it looks, or whether the combat is any good. But there's one thing we can tell from this new gameplay footage: The Witcher 3—out in February for PS4/Xbox One/PC—sure is pretty. »
The San Diego Comic-Con event for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, was nearly ruined when voice-over failed to play during the gameplay demo. Luckily, Geralt voice actor Doug Cockle was there to save the day. »