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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Gallery Added
Ooh shiny! Coming to a next-gen platform near you next year.
03.01.13 - 5:05 PM

Today CD Projekt RED released a collection of the first screenshots and artwork for one of their two next-gen titles, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Slated for next year, the title promises more of an open-world setting while still retaining story elements, on which player choice will have an impact. The main, non-linear storyline will take about 50 hours to complete, with another 50 or so of sidequests and content.

In the band new gallery below, we have 16 screenshots, the logo and 13 pieces of artwork for the third and final chapter in Geralt of Rivia's journey, along with the following quote:

ďThe Witcher 3 is full of impactful decisions, and gamers will choose between storylines that exclude one another in a single playthrough, ensuring extensive replay value. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt crowns the trilogy with the main narrative, revolving around Geraltís search for his loved ones and his conflict with the Wild Hunt. As players travel through the game, they visit lands with their own unique atmosphere, communities and memorable characters. CD Projekt RED didnít create an open world with a singular theme, but concentrated on delivering diversified and engaging environments, 30 times larger than those in The Witcher 2.Ē said Adam Badowski, head of CD projekt RED studio.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is scheduled for a 2014 release on 'high-end platforms' - including PC and PlayStation 4.


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