Let's Play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Part 15 - A Greedy God, A Favor for a Friend

Let's Play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Part 15 - A Greedy God, A Favor for a Friend

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Keith embarks on his quest in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

CD Projekt RED has said that it is not necessary to have played the previous games to fully enjoy Wild Hunt. While similar to the previous Witcher games, Wild Hunt has improved on several aspects from past games. Combat revolves around an action role-playing game system combined with the use of magic. The fighting system has been completely revamped. Wild Hunt introduces some new mechanics, such as witcher-sense, combat on horseback, and at sea, swimming underwater, and using a crossbow. Additionally, Geralt can now jump, climb, and vault over smaller obstacles. The climbing mechanics have been described as "not exactly" like Assassin's Creed, but more "similar to what we have in Uncharted." Item creation and potion brewing still remains as in previous games, but has been modified from The Witcher 2. There are 10 witcher signs, 5 original ones, each having 1 alternative form.

Each action the player does will affect the world; every quest has a plethora of options on how to complete it, and every outcome is different each time. CD Projekt RED anticipates approximately 100 hours for the completion of the game, 50 of them belonging to side quests, and 50 belonging to the main story line.

The game features a dynamic day and night system, realistic AI, responsive and dynamic environments. The day and night cycle will influence some monsters and their powers, similar to how a werewolf would gain powers during the night of a full moon. The game also features a dynamic beard growth system, in which the beard of the playable character Geralt will grow when he travels between regions. According to the developer, the beard will grow "in different states". However, this feature will no longer be available if the player has downloaded the free Beard and Hairstyle DLC.

Ciri, an exceptional swordfighter with mythical powers, will be a playable character in the game.

Setting

The setting is more than "30 times larger" than previous Witcher games, requiring players to use a sailboat to some locations and ride by horseback to others. However, fast travelling around the areas of known locations is also possible. The Witcher 3 has been described as "20% bigger than Skyrim".

Plot

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt concludes the story of the witcher Geralt of Rivia, the series' protagonist, whose story to date has been covered in the previous versions. Continuing from The Witcher 2, the ones who sought to use Geralt are now gone. Geralt seeks to move on with his own life, embarking on a new and personal mission whilst the world order itself is coming to a change. Geralt's new mission comes in dark times as the mysterious and otherworldly army known as the Wild Hunt invades the Northern Kingdoms, leaving only blood soaked earth and fiery ruin in its wake; and it seems the Witcher is the key to stopping their cataclysmic rampage.

LordVird

I would never guess you would go for unfaithful option :)

Shame on you! You've got what you've deserved - to edit difficult scene :)

Laine

Kitty censor gets me every time

GregariousGregor

I don't think using the game's 'I don't trust you' to know something up is cheating, per se. Geralt is an experienced witcher, and has tangled with many spirits in his day. Since he's a pre-established character, the dialogue option could be interpreted as his witcher's intuition telling him not to trust the spirit. After all, it's very strongly established in the series (both the original books and the games) that spirits are deceitful (because the only reason a spirit lingers is usually for some ill purpose, such as vengeance).

In case anybody else is wondering, there is a different way to resolve the quest that doesn't end as poorly. In the way most people end up doing it (including Keith) the entire village eventually dies from the plague. When you come back later in the game everyone's dead and the whole village is overrun with rats. The way you finish it by telling her you don't trust her ends with her release from her curse.

SoznyW

Ah the Kitty censorship.. how I miss thee.

SaltyBravo

Hehe.. You were killing me with that Freaking Cat. ;D

CaptinKerbal

Oh my that cat... XD

Joseph Burgess

Wat type of creature was the god? Also almost everything is better w bacon.