In-Game Footage of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Creates Excitement Around the Web


While there has been some of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in-game footage, a second delay has come as a huge let-down for those who were excited about the game’s expected February release date. CD Projekt Red decided to push the release of the game back by a few months, maintain a fear of broken game launches and, as is usual with a lot of games, the need to address some in-game bugs and glitches.

This delay has benefited the developer, as he has more time to work on the game, but it also gives future players a chance to learn more about the game’s mechanics. Along with some additional details, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in-game footage has emerged and has proven the game to be highly customizable. The ability to toggle off the minimap is a much-appreciated option, as well as the fact that notifications can be turned on and off. Graphical settings adjustments are also possible through an in-game menu, resulting in the game not having to be restarted with each minor change, and gamers can see just how far they can push their systems to go. In the case of the newer mid-range gaming laptops, hitting that 1080p mark will be an exciting accomplishment.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in-game footage has shown a lot of the gameplay. The weapons degrade over time, getting to the point the point of dullness or even becoming unusable. With yet another nod to realism, certain weapons like swords will make it longer than other weapons, though repairs and upgrades will be necessary. Furthermore, the leveling and skill tree will be far more large and involved than the second installment of the series. There will be four or five trees, holding five tiers each, with each tier housing five skills. Breaking down into smaller segments, each of those skills will have three to four levels that must be unlocked and activated.
Geralt’s fighting style will be quite altered, and enemies encountered during the game will surround him to prevent escape and use realistic tactics to catch him off guard. Enemy AI has increased, and they will even actively avoid traps. AI companions, as shown in The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt in-game footage, can be picked up throughout the course of the game, and will help players in various ways with their unique fighting styles.
It will be exciting and impressive to see the game launch without any bugs, or at least very few. The game launched on May 19th for PC, Xbox One, and PS 4. As more players hurriedly purchase companies, excitement and discussion continues to heighten across forums and platforms.


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