The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition
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.
One of the best RPG's of 2011.alanmaz567 | July 12, 2014 | See all alanmaz567's reviews »
The storyline is long and well written, there are allot of ending to this game depending on the coices you make throughout the game. The game is visually beautiful and full of colour. The gameplay is both tactical and adventurous. There is a bit of stealth in the game too. It also has a bit of an open world and RPG elements in the game which make you think carefull on which skill you should use your points from leveling up on. Overall the game is fun and long, i would recommend getting this game on a sale, it's worth the money.
Incredible Game884okeoJ | July 2, 2014 | See all 884okeoJ's reviews »
The Witcher 2 is one of the best RPGs I have ever played, and is easily the best looking. The visuals of this game are some of the best ever, and the voice acting is incredible as well. All of the music fits perfectly with the game, enhancing an already incredible experience.
The first Witcher was a great game, but its successor improves in every conceivable way. The somewhat clunky combat of the first game has been made more fluid, the RPG elements have been improved even more, and the story is stronger than the first Witcher. In stark contrast to games like Skyrim, the Witcher 2 has an incredible amount of depth, with uniquely different areas of the map. While it may seem daunting to beginners, the Witcher 2's RPG mechanics are some of the best I've seen in a very long time. The Witcher 2 is an incredible game that should be in everyone's library. Even if you didn't play the first game, the Witcher 2's plot doesn't need a huge amount of backstory. I cannot recommend the Witcher 2 enough.
Deep and dark RPGOverkillerlSRBl | June 20, 2014 | See all OverkillerlSRBl's reviews »
The Witcher 2 is more than a worthy follower of the first Witcher, it has everything that made the first game memorable, but on a bigger scale and production quallity.
The depth of the game is huge, behind everything the conflict is warming up and kingdoms are on the edge of war, with Geralt in the middle of it all trying to make the best out of it while chasing the "Assasin of Kings".
The story is deep and full of choices, there is a bit of humour here and there but the setting is generaly dark and everything you choose has a consequence and a separate branch in the story, so one playthrough will not be enough to see everything.
The combat is this time around much better but still rather challenging, the game is best played on a joypad.
Graphics and audio are something that is absolutely amazing and some of the best in the last generation of gaming, it will blow anyone away.
Overall, this is more than worth getting, you will not regret a single second spent in the game nor a single cent you paid!
The legends continuesbiogitanus | May 20, 2014 | See all biogitanus's reviews »
This secuel has more mature situations than its predecessor ;D. anyway.. The combat is more realistic and challenging making it more entertaining. The graphics and details make it more immersive with its beautiful scenery and its bloody battlefields. The only drawback that I find is the new inventory system that makes you collect all without knowing its function, if is your first time playing it... Geralt still as charismatic as ever as the war devours the present and old memories back afloat, Very Recomendend Game for those who want a great story.
A great RPGgeist_der_sonne | May 19, 2014 | See all geist_der_sonne's reviews »
The Witcher 1 was probably one the best RPG ever made and CD Project had to meet the expectations of millions of fans for the sequel. They already did a great job with Aurora Engine in TW1, but TW2 graphics are truly amazing (you'll need a decent gpu!). Locations are big and detailed and even if TW2 is shorter than the first game of the series, it has two different storylines depending on your choices, so you have to play it twice to see everything. It's almost 2 games in 1! In TW2 choices do matter! The combat system is more action-oriented now and is optimized for a console controller, but the game has been developed primarly on pc. The plot is very intricate and a little hard to understand sometimes, but definitely well-written and deep. Dialogs and characters are great as always and the game overall is epic and very entertaining. In my opinion TW1 is still the best witcher game, but TW2 is a close second and deserves all the honors.