The Witcher series enjoyed cult status when the first game arrived in 2007. It had a mature story that was rich in morally-ambiguous choices with longterm consequences. Its fantasy setting was familiar in some ways, but it explored a unique new world. Yet it was still a PC exclusive, running on an outdated engine, and it was based on a series of Polish novels that had little exposure in the US. The Witcher 2arrived in 2011 and brought the franchise to consoles and a wider audience, but the series still maintained its cult status. The developers at CD Projekt Red are aiming to bring it into the mainstream with the next installment: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. We got to experience an extended hands-on demo of the game, and spoke to the developers about their ambitions. Continue Reading at Automaton.am.
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