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“The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” Features and Trailer

The White Wolf is not the only one on the hunt.
Dulani Wilson 7th November, 2014 Gaming
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THE WITCHER 3: WILD HUNT THE ACTION PIXEL @theactionpixelThe open roaming fantasy video game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt shows some darn impressive images. The Polish game developers CD Projekt RED have done quite well in presenting what seems to be an enthralling environment with mind-arresting aesthetics and intense gameplay in the vein of games like fantasy game Skyrim. It also doesn’t hurt that their extensive DLC-pack will come to owners of the game for free.

GERALT: The White Wolf of Rivia. THE ACTION PIXEL @theactionpixel

GERALT: “The White Wolf” of Rivia


The game follows the story of Geralt of Rivia, the legendary witcher responsible for ridding the world of mythical baddies and beasts.

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A new terror surfaces however in the form an netherealm army of chaos called the Wild Hunt, laying waste to all in it path, the Northern Kingdoms threatened to a fate of violent oblivion if it continues unchecked.

The mechanics by far are the most impressive elements of The Witcher 3. Boasting intricate novel narratives, 100’s of hours gameplay on main and peripheral missions, and the open environment construct being “30 times larger than previous Witcher games”, there is a lot for fans to get excited about.

There is also around 80 monsters, their strength and ability-types they exert are subject to their day/night cycles, like a werewolf would be most powerful during the night with a full moon. This attention to details and variables will be sure to keep you on the toes when you go hunting for monsters.

We can’t wait to see this title in full swing, which will be next year February 24. Check out the epic trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in the player below:
 

 

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