Ahead of its monumental anniversary, developers CD Projekt Red have put together a heartwarming video to show what Geralt has been up to since the events of the third game. Finally, on May 2015, CD Projekt RED released The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. The video is a nice touch to mark an important date in the Witcher calendar and the inclusion of so many fan favorite characters is great. Throughout his monologue, we can see Geralt is surrounded by a sea of familiar faces - but who is who?
It may be hard to believe, but The Witcher video game series has turned 10 years old since the first game was released back in 2007. Be warned: fans of the series may find watching the clip is like receiving a punch right in the feels.
Set in the Corvo Bianco vineyard that players will get in the Blood and Wine expansion pack once they arrive in Toussaint, the video opens to Ciri arriving on horseback, bringing a bottle of wine. Both women are possible love interests for Geralt during the series, which suggests this round-up should just be a who's who of Geralt's exes. From Triss and Yennefer chatting to Zoltan playing Gwent with Dandelion, everyone is present and having a whale of a time. Join Geralt of Rivia as he reminisces about the 10 years it's been since you've first joined him on his adventures in The Witcher series of games. While minor design choices keep it from being absolutely ideal, The Witcher 3 will go down as one of the best games of this generation of consoles.
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