The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be the last Witcher Game in which Geralt of Rivia assumes the lead part. CD Projekt Red affirmed this in 2013. Senior essayist Jakub Szamałek clarifies the designers’ choice at a meeting with IGN.
“I think good stories must have an ending,”
“You cannot extend them indefinitely, and we felt that Geralt has had such an amazing adventure, and his saga is already so long and complex that this seemed like a good point to think about an appropriate finale for the story.”
CD Projekt RED, however, is not discounting more Witcher games coming later on.
“The Witcher universe is a very big place with a lot of NPCs, a lot of characters, a lot of places we haven’t shown yet,” Szamałek explains
“So, we might return to it at some point…but we think that this is a good place to let Geralt enjoy his retirement and try something new.”
CD Projekt RED will probably concentrate on Cyberpunk 2077 next, which seems to be an amazingly encouraging title with an exceptionally intriguing reason, which will advantage enormously from all the work CD Projekt RED has done on the Witcher 3.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is said to offer more than 100 hours of diversion time, and even a speedrun took inside analyzers 25 hours to finish. The full guide of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is totally colossal, and there are a wide range of zones and situations that players cross in amid their endless journeys.
Nvidia has as of late discharged a gameplay feature for the Witcher 3, showcasing NVIDIA HairWorks, PhysX and different highlights. An in the background feature discharged by CD Projekt RED shows Game of Thrones’ Charles Dance discuss his part in the Witcher 3.
The Witcher 3 is just three weeks of its release, and as we have beforehand secured, CD Projekt has officially reported that preload choices are as of now live, and additionally the open times for The Witcher 3.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt comes out next May 19 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.