CD Projekt RED‘s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt finally receives its definitive version with the Game of the Year Edition.
The RPG was a big topic last year, and I discussed it in detail with the PAX 2015 gameplay video, universe gameplay trailer, and epic trailer. The release of Hearts of Stone was also part of it, even if I didn’t cover the second add-on. But as it’s so often the case, the GOTY Edition was only a matter of time, so I won’t focus on the actual gameplay or story of the first two games and only say a few words about Blood and Wine.
The game is set in the the city of Beauclair and the region of Toussaint, a wonderfully vibrant land where festivities and debauchery are commonplace, but of course there’s a darkness lurking behind the scenes, beasts of fairy-tales come alive. So it’s up to Geralt of Rivia to slay the monsters and do a bit of wenching besides. Just looking at the amazing graphics makes one want to upgrade the current PC system, and with better cinematic storytelling and more 30+ hours quests to experience, this is certainly no cheap cash-in. Celebrating all things medieval and fantasy with a dark touch, it’s a fitting conclusion to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
The Game of the Year Edition includes both expansion packs (or season pass) with all the updates and DLC that have been added to the main game so far. In addition, soundtracks for all titles are part of the package as well. So if you have the right PC or console setup, there’s no better time to delve into the lore of the most anticipated RPG of 2015 than now.
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