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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition

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Includes The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the Blood & Wine and Hearts of Stone expansions, as well as the entire DLC collection and the soundtracks – all in one polished package. Combined, it offers over 150 hours of mature storytelling, brutal combat, and engaging gameplay.

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Includes: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt + Expansion Pass (Blood & Wine and Hearts of Stone) + all 16 DLCs + all 3 soundtracks.


The complete experience

Includes The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the Blood & Wine and Hearts of Stone expansions, as well as the entire DLC collection and the soundtracks – all in one polished package. Combined, it offers over 150 hours of mature storytelling, brutal combat, and engaging gameplay.

You are not a hero, you are a professional

Trained from early childhood and mutated for superhuman skills, strength, and reflexes – witchers are hunters, a socially ostracized counterbalance to the monster-infested world in which they live.

A mature, dark fantasy setting

You know elves, dwarves, trolls, and dryads. But you've never seen them through the eyes of The Witcher. This is a morally ambiguous world of twisted fairytales, social upheaval, and constant strife.

Choices with far-reaching consequences

Track down the child of prophecy in a time of war – a living weapon of great power whose coming was foretold in ancient legends. Make choices that go beyond good and evil and face their far-reaching consequences.

A massive, open world filled with adventure

The massive open world sets new standards for scope, depth and complexity. Explore forgotten ruins, caves and shipwrecks, trade with merchants and dwarven smiths, and hunt across open plains, amidst mountains, and at sea. Oh, and how about a game of Gwent?

Rewarding, skill-based combat

Fight like a Witcher: an arsenal of magic, bombs, specialized potions, and expert sword-fighting skills at your fingertips! Track down and tackle formidable beasts and human opponents alike – but be prepared: some problems are better solved with a silver tongue than a silver sword


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CD Projekt
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CD Projekt Red Studio
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Authorised Distributor
Released:
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Spanish, Russian, Portuguese-Brazil, Polish, Korean, Japanese, Italian, Hungarian, German, French, English, Czech, Chinese (Traditional)
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Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or 64-bit Windows 10 
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz / AMD CPU Phenom II X4 940 
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM 
  • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 660 / AMD GPU Radeon HD 7870 
  • Storage: 35 GB available space

 

Recommended Requirements
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or 64-bit Windows 10 
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i7 3770 3.4 GHz / AMD CPU AMD FX-8350 4 GHz 
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM 
  • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 770 / AMD GPU Radeon R9 290 
  • Storage: 35 GB available space
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The Best Edition of A Masterpiece

An incredible game absolutely worth playing. Beautiful storytelling that is aided heaps by: efficient, insightful writing, excellent voice-acting, great cutscenes with nice camerawork, and unforgettable, evocative music. The base game's story introduces and develops characters so well it isn't necessary to play the previous two games or read the books (although if you have you'll be delighted by references and returning characters) to intuitively grasp what's going on. Despite the sprawling length of the main story, I never felt like I was slogging through filler; the variety of scenarios and the sharp character writing only encouraged me to delve further in. Something else that makes this game stand out from other expansive open-world RPGs is how all side-quests are differentiated from one another. While at their core they could be considered fetch quests, every one of them is given a story complete with unique cutscenes and voice-acting; this elevates what could be filler to stuff that really fleshes out the world and the character of Geralt. The expansion packs added by this GOTY edition only make this package more amazing. Hearts of Stone provides at least 10 extra hours of content, and Blood & Wine at least 20. Hearts of Stone's story is somehow even better than the base game, providing a better villain, better bosses, an entirely new and creepy soundtrack, and far more divergent choices. You could miss a whole boss fight and meet different characters depending on your choices. Blood & Wine introduces an entire region to explore that is delightfully different from the main game; where the main game is grim and dark, the Duchy of Toussaint is a paradise. The story I personally feel isn't as good as Hearts of Stone's, but still rivals the base game's in quality and acts as a fantastic tribute and send-off to Geralt of Rivia, the main character of the series. The developers also took the opportunity to improve upon the base game's gameplay. One example: the inhabitants of Toussaint change depending on your actions. Take out a bandit fort and nearby bandit camps get swamped by monsters. This makes the world feel truly alive. If this is truly the final Witcher game to feature Geralt of Rivia, it's certainly one unbeatable farewell. And even if you've never heard of the White Wolf, if you like a well-told story that gives you complex moral choices to struggle over, then this game deserves to be experienced.

100
I won't say anymore I can't praise this game enough - PLAY IT.

There is nothing that can beat this game, CD Projekt Red did a wonderful job making this game, truly a masterpiece, huge respect. Today's developers and publisher like Activision and Ubisoft with their money grab games, games released 5 years ago still cost at around 50?, The Witcher 3 was released just 1.5 years ago and is already 30? and on sales at around 15?, please buy this game to support CD Projekt Red, they deserve it. I just can't explain this game for what it truly is, they built a game inside a game (Gwent) which is a card game and I tell you it is groundbreaking, sometimes I just play The Witcher 3 to play Gwent, you can play the card game with almost any merchant, to collect cards you have to beat them. And don't even get me started on the quests, get ready for an epic journey.

100
A Masterpiece

My favorite game of all time. The music is amazing. The graphics and scenery are beautiful. The writing is phenomenal and playing as Geralt will make you feel like a badass. The only problems I had were difficulty moving Geralt in small spaces and combat can feel a bit repetitive.

100
Best Award Game of all time

Pros: Graphics, sound design, VOICE ACTING, attention to detail, STORY, Battle mechanics, backstory support, mocap, and dozens of other items too numerous to mention. Cons: The character control is kind of clunky in certain actions like looting crates that are near anything you can ignite (like candlesticks etc).You will light MANY candles inadvertantly while looting same. Summary: The game has a Far Cry feel to it as pertaining to map layout etc.(Undiscovered areas with a question mark are the most obvious)Fast travel via signposts etc.The story presentation is a Masterpiece,the music is spot on(especially the female alto work) Attention to little things is almost overkill as you get immersed in the game before you even notice it.I absolutely do not have the vocabulary to express how GREAT this ENTIRE video work of art is. The visuals are in a word ....inspiring.The most miniscule of world content is represented in Startling detail.The fauna,flora,and DA WATTA are absolutely stunning.When whales seem to follow you when crossing large bodies of water whether swimming or boating you have arrived at a point where a gaming dessert is not required. There are even small footprints on the mini map during a Quest that point nitwits like myself with really bad eyesight in the direction of the quest and help you navigate to said quest without popping a gasket.The NPC's in the game spit on Geralt,hurl insults,and are generally irritated with his presence period.There is always some idiot saying something which adds to the real world feel of the game. The Worldfill,bookshelves,crates,rocks,caves,critters,etc etc etc is so detailed that I often got my keester fried by some drowner or wolf pack because I was looking at the blowing grass,trees,etc. The fist fighting quests are MUCH more difficult than the previous 2 offerings and the taunting is hilarious.

100
amazing

I'll start by defining The Witcher? 3: Wild Hunt simply as a masterpiece. This Thursday! It has taken me a great number of hours of great satisfaction. It is possible to say that I am not a phenomenal player, it is but a pair of submerged ones, or a group of wolves were almost an odyssey for me ... But it is that this game engages you as soon as you begin it. Never play the first part and just taste the second. But at the end of this I can not wait to read my books.

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