It’s already no secret that CD Project plans to return to the "big world" gaming industry. Over the last month, this independent studio announced two unique projects: Cyberpunk 2077 and Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Until today, all the information was jerky and not always accurate. In this review you can read all full information about the game.
Witcher 3 will be conditionally divided into three major parts: the main plot, politics and war with Nilfgaard and free component. The main plot will be connected with the Wild Gone and attempt to understand what the fate wants, but so far it is not clear who is the girl on the poster displayed next to Geralt (Cirilla Fiona Ellen Riannon?).
We’ll see a huge, 20% more than Skyrim, and 30 times larger than the Witcher 2, and free world, which will dynamically evolve and respond to all events. We will be able to visit Novigrad, Skellig Islands and no man's land (most likely a reference to Zintra, Brugge, Angren and other lands along the river Jaruga). Traveling now will become absolutely free, without division into chapters and screen-loading. A journey can be on a horse, but to cross the entire map will take 40 minutes, and the boat, about teleports or other means of rapid movement is unknown.
In Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will not be forced or mandatory job training to raise the level of equipment or improvements. Aside from the standard collection of plants and potions will be crafting, better hunting and big job. Now, in order to make it easier and faster to destroy the monster and complete the order will need to ask the local accident and evidence, as well as to look for answers in books. All this information will help you choose the correct and most successful tactics of battle, as not only the choice of the sword and potions, but the time of day, the ambience and even the weather can affect the outcome of the match.
Each monster is a list of the loot, which theoretically could fall out of it, and in addition to the standard skins and tusks, which can better weapons and armor, will fall out of the equipment. Players will be very pleased with the extended character animation, effects, potions and completely revised combat system, where instead of the 20 techniques from The Witcher 2 will be as much as 96!
CD Projekt RED plans to release Witcher 3: Wild Hunt n early 2014, most likely the game will focus on next-generation consoles, although it may be support for PS3 and Xbox 360. More information can be found in an interview with the developers below, and do not forget to include subtitles.