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Hunt Monsters with Rage and Steel in New Witcher 3 Videos
You can never get too much Geralt of Rivia.
05.11.15 - 5:05 PM

With release day fast approaching, CD Projekt Red has been steadily releasing new information and trailers for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. First off, the game's level designer, Miles Tost, clarified that there will indeed be a day 1 patch for The Witcher 3 via Twitter, although it won't be anything "too grand." He says that the game runs fine as is, and the patch just addresses a few minor things to ensure that the game is "the best it can be when it reaches your hands." Miles also linked a nifty FAQ that will likely address any concerns you may have about the technical side of things when the game launches.

We also have a first look at The Witcher 3 in action on PlayStation 4. You can check out both the PlayStation Access and PlayStation Polska EXTRA videos below.

Last, but not least, there are a pair of new trailers. The first highlights the various monsters you'll encounter while on the hunt, while the other, entitled "Rage and Steel," shows just how deadly Geralt can be.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be out on May 19th for PlayStation 4, XBox One, and PC. If you're not prepared for the Wild Hunt just yet, be sure to read our preview of the game here.


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