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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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Our March cover story gives a world-exclusive peek into the next generation of RPGs with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. This standalone sequel takes the fascinating stories and characters, non-linear plotlines, and difficult decisions that the franchise is known for and puts them all in an open world 30 times larger than the previous game – an enormous setting even larger than Skyrim's vast expanse, made possible with the new REDengine 3 technology that developer CD Projekt RED is debuting with the game. Our huge feature dives into everything The Witcher 3 has to offer, and it's a lot: the detective work that precedes deadly combat when monster hunting, storylines that weave and twist together between political intrigue and otherworldly menaces, and a tired hero who wants to set things right but can't put down his swords until his conscience allows – if it ever does.

Coming in 2014 on PC and "all high-end platforms available" (CD Projekt RED isn't saying flat-out that it's a next-gen game, but it's a safe bet that new console announcements in the coming months will define the term "high-end platform"), The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt stretches from stormy islands to war-torn forests and a sprawling dark fantasy metropolis without a loading screen anywhere to be found.

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Kommer i 2014 og blir definitivt GOTY.

CD Projekt Red vet å lage bra rollespill, så om du ikke har prøvd f.eks The Witcher 2, kjøp det nå!

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http://www.pcgamer.com/2013/02/06/the-witcher-3-to-be-geralts-final-outing-gog-hold-witcher-sale/

"Yesterday’s Witcher 3: Wild Hunt reveal gave us some important details: it will be open world, it’s said to be bigger than Skyrim, Geralt has a new beard. Today, CD Projekt RED’s official announcement provides us with more, like the fact that this will be their last game in the Witcher series. There’s also a completely pointless “title reveal” trailer."

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Ja, samme her.

TW2 er noe av de bedre jeg har spilt.

Blir garantert kjøp, og konge hvis verdenen er litt mer åpen enn 2ern, at man har muligheten til å dra rundt å utforske osv.

Hvis ikke er det også greit :)

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Previews appeared in German magazines PC Games and Gamestar, Google translated here for your pleasure by OXM.

Top of the pile is that an average play-through will take you 50 hours, ending up on one of 36 world states, leading to one of three hour-long epilogue chapters at the end.

Save games will dictate which character return from previous Witcher titles, but Geralt’s backstory willstay the same regardless of what you did before. It’s not yet clear what the true canon ending of Witcher 2 is.

Geralt’s Axii spell returns but this time it tames horses in the wild, or if you can’t be arsed you can just buy one. There’s also new fire spell called Ignii that lets Geralt burn things in the environment using a constant stream of flame.

You can also hunt animals for fur and other resources by tracking their colour-coded markings in the wild. The day-night and weather cycles dictate when areas can be accessed and what beasts appear in the wild.

Away from the wild plains, towns are said to be denser, and citizens will rat you out to city guards if they see you stealing or generally being a dick. You can waste time in cities by playing card and axe-throwing minigames.

Geralt can now level up to 60 by earning experience through finishing quests. Hunting doesn’t dish out XP as it only gives you resources and money. Speaking of which the world’s economy is dynamic and is affected by what you sell, and how much.

Geralt can even jump now – praise gravity! He also has a new combat mechanic that lets him target body parts, which is a bit like VATS in Fallout 3. QTEs have also been scrapped.

Known areas are the world’s capital Novigrad, the Skellige Islands, and the wasteland wilds. You can travel the islands via boat.

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bra - Dette liker jeg "de gjør et poeng ut av at monstrene ikke skalerer med spilleren". Bra - dette fungerte bra i Gothic 2 / jeg likte dårlig skaleringen i Skyrim.

Ellers håper jeg de ikke blir overambisiøse. Trenger ikke mer enn Witcher 2 egentlig.

Tenker at det er større risk for bugfests og utsettelser. Håper hvertfall de slipper å fjerne råheten og "voksen-innholdet" for å nå hele markedet.

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Gleder meg til dette spillet! Må nok spille igjennom Dark Souls og Witcher-spillene på nytt :)

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Hmm må kanskje få spilt igjennom en og to igjen for å huske alt igjen. Skal definitivt spilles dette og :D WHITE HAIRED SEXY TIME!

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Blir nok det beste rollespillet som har blitt lagd.

Nesten fælt å si det, men Oblivion og Skyrim har ikke sjans tror jeg :p

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Og der har du hypet det såppass at det blir en letdown uansett :p

Så langt har jeg foretrukket Elder Scrolls-universet over dette, men Witcher er awesome det og :)

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pøh - det må da bli mer enn bare litt bedre enn elder scrolls spillene. :)

friheten, åpenheten og grafikken var nice i Skyrim, men Witcher 2 var på andre felter bedre. Trenger ikke scrolle lenger opp en til Triss før jeg husker det.

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Så langt har jeg foretrukket Oblivion og Skyrim. Rart nok er det all pupp og sex som gjør at jeg ikke helt klarer å ta spillet seriøst. Det blir litt "Åh se så edgy og voksne vi er, PULINGS!"

Synes verdenen til Elder Scrolls er bedre, grafikken er mer snasen og storyen som drives bak har engasjert meg mer.

Presiserer igjen at jeg ikke synes Witcher er dårlig, vi driver å sammeligner krem og kjempegod krem her :D

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