The Witcher 10th Anniversary Video Celebrates You

06 September, 2017, 12:00 | Author: Cecelia Webb
  • CD Projekt Red releases hilarious behind the scenes video of The Witcher 3

Watch CD Projekt RED's The Witcher 10th Anniversary video in the player below!

Celebrating 10 years of The Witcher as an unbelievable RPG series, developer CD Projekt Red has released a very cool and sweet video featuring a number of familiar faces, and places. Project RED has mentioned in the past that the potential for a fourth Witcher game is definitely there, and with the success of the most recent game, it seems even more likely. While we might see more Witcher games, CDPR consider Blood & Wine the final chapter of Geralt's story, and I'm already missing my favourite video game dad. However, the authors I congratulate you not only Geralt of Rivia, how numerous players themselves - the Studio thanked fans for their support throughout these years. After all, they are what made this series so popular and loved.

The game series follows the monster hunter, Geralt of Rivia, on his quest to regain his memories. But then he turns to the camera, addressing the series' players directly.




Also, those who played the last game in the series, called Wild Hunt, will surely be eager to find out what the Witcher has been doing all this time. Based on a series of books from Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, The Witcher series of games helped put CD Projekt RED on the map. Over the weekend, the studio celebrated this milestone with a panel at PAX West, releasing a special video to the internet to show its appreciation of the franchise's many fans.

The video's YouTube comments section reflects the effect Witcher 3 had on many people.

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