The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition
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This title is DRM free. Customers will receive a GOG backup key for the Witcher 2 on purchase.
"The Witcher 2 is alternately offensive and endearing, grimy and gorgeous, and never ceases to surprise. It's one of the great titles of 2011, and one of the best role-playing games in years." - IGN.com
"Richly textured and stuffed with memorable moments, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is a marvel among role-playing games." - GameSpot.com
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings in its most complete version – The Enhanced Edition!
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition is the most developed and polished edition of the game ever. The enhancements include not only from the previous DLCs and upgrades, but also new never seen before content is included. The gameplay is extended by 4 hours of new quests, set in new locations. The storytelling of the game is made deeper thanks to 35 minutes of never before seen cutscenes and cinematics. The PC version also includes over 100 further improvements to the gameplay.
NEW FEATURES OF THE ENHANCED EDITION
New Gameplay Elements: 4 hours of never seen before quests, locations and characters - all are added to the final chapter of the game and help the player unveil more secrets behind the deep intrigue. The 2 new quests introduce 3 new major characters and are set in new locations: an underground system of chambers beneath Loc Muinne, a temperate coniferous forest in the Loc Muinne mountains and a secret cave passage.
A new 3,5 minute CG intro - a jaw-dropping animation created by BAFTA winner and Acadamy- award nominee Tomasz Bagiński.
Two 3 minute recap movies – short 2D animations which introduce The Witcher profession and give an overview of the events in The original Witcher game.
Extended outros – the player will know how the path he has chosen for Geralt changed the fates of the people he has met and the history of the whole realm.
New cutscenes – these in game cinematics provide deeper insight into the complex history,
New transitional cinematics – short films that summarize each chapter of the game and showing the player the world location he’s traveling to.
The 2.0 upgrade including:
- An extensive Tutorial System set in new locations
- The arcade arena mode with leaderboards
A new Dark Difficulty settings with new items
100+ new technical and gameplay enhancements
- All 9 previous DLC packs: Troll Trouble, Roche Commando Jacket, Ultimate Alchemy Suit, Ultimate Magical Suit, Ultimate Swordsman Suit, Finisher Pack, Mysterious Merchant, Barbers and Coiffeuses, A Sackful of Fluff.
Very good RPGILIKEGMG | Nov. 21, 2014 | See all ILIKEGMG's reviews »
If you like a storyfocused RPG with a okay-ish action oriented combat with a great story and are looking for many decisions with consequences, this is the right game for you. Based on the amazing books from Andrzej Sapkowski this is one of the best RPGs of the last years. The graphics are amazing for a title from 2011 and are still holding up till today. When you can get over the high difficulty in this game you got an amazing game in which you can sink many hours into.
Geralt Is back ! Hide your Monsters !akassassinn1 | Nov. 18, 2014 | See all akassassinn1's reviews »
Geralt of Rivia , the monster hunter from The Witcher saga , written the Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski , the second installment of the Action thriller RPG is here, with a new engine and new gameplay mechanics and add a bigger touch to the Hardcore experience of the first game. CD Projekt's game is definitely one of the Finest RPGs out there , you're gonna be able to follow story just fine but people who haven't read the books will have some things fly over their heads , if you have played the first game you can import the save game from your experience and will get some references to your old encounters, heavy politics Dark humor define the plot and you can't help but to fall in love with it , your choices do matter as the events in the second and third chapter will change drastically depending on what you decided in the first chapter , forcing you to play the game multiple times if you want to experience everything it has to offer. combat system is a hit and doge and involves a combination of Signs that are the witcher's special magical powers. crafting armor , weapons, items potions, traps and bombs is present and diverse which gives you an advantage in a fight you lost 5 time before. The graphics in this game is bleeding edge and I suggest you check the minimum system requirements before buying this baby as it will bleed your eyes with it's beauty! it's simply the best looking RPG I've ever played.
Amazing RPGkayshin40 | Sept. 13, 2014 | See all kayshin40's reviews »
This game is awesome for RPG lovers, the backstory, the characters and the combat all come together in a rewarding dynamic experience, there are so many choices and side quests to fulfill nearly any gamers desire.
Overall I enjoyed this game more than any other modern RPG including Skyrim and would recommend it to anyone.
Best game of all timeGhost_Panther | Aug. 23, 2014 | See all Ghost_Panther's reviews »
I loved the witcher 2. Hands down my favorite game of all time. It looks great, it has excellent gameplay. The control are smooth. The characters are unique and amazing. There is absolutely no flaws in this game besides no fast travel.
Stunning!!ash_arani | Aug. 16, 2014 | See all ash_arani's reviews »
Wow wow wow wow!!!!!!!
This game is just unbelievable. It is one thing to have a game with multiple endings, but it is completely different to do so rather seamlessly. The way decisions are made and the way the story is affected by it is rather impressive. It feels as the only way it could have progressed.
Also, because of these many branches, one can play the game over and over again.
The attention to details is amazing. I loved the combat system. The interactions among humans, elves, monsters, and witchers, and witches makes up a very beautiful fantasy world with many dimensions to it.
Simply put, just get into the sequel. Play the first game to make sure the story is comprehensible (at least read what happens in the first game).