The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game Of The Year Edition Review
Enjoy everything that this stunning title has to offer…
Please note that this Review may contain spoilers from the Original game
Some key points that this Edition offers:
- The base game; The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
- The DLC; The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Hearts of Stone.
- The DLC; The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine.
- Numerous updates, fixes and other technical updates.
- New features and areas to further expand the world.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition gives new meaning to the term, Full House. The base game itself is already incredibly large in size with content and numerous other to dos to ensure that boredom never sets in.
First up there is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Hearts of Stone the first DLC for the game that enhances you game experience with a brand-new story line and numerous other treasures, easily adding 15 hours and more to your experience.
Then there is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine the final expansion for the game, it is here where it all ends for us, but it goes out in one massive bang in a fantastical fantasy world.
To get a better idea or description for the above-mentioned titles, refer to my original reviews on each of them.
MGR Gaming’s Conclusions:
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition is a game that everyone will talk about for years to come, it may be the end to the Trilogy we have come to love over the years, and as beautiful as it ends, it left us wanting more…oh so much more… Let’s Face it, CD Project Red did an amazing job with this series, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a masterpiece of theirs.
This version of the game gives us everything that the game has to offer, the game itself, the two paid DLC and numerous other improvements and fixes to the game that further enhances and more so bettered our experience.
Numerous other free DLC content is also available that adds to and expands your experience in the game. Along with these free goodies are plenty of technical updates and fixes to ensure that our experience is as perfect as can be.
The method on how the base game ended was remarkably well done, however this depended on the choices you made, some may have been good, others bad so the outcome of your end game depends on the choices you made.
Some of these choices follows you to Toussaint as you set out to vanquish the Beast of Beauclair in the final DLC of The Witcher, depending on how you play the game, here is where it all comes to an end. Once everything is said and done, every quest and contract completed you can retire to your very own Home, this is of course in the New Game + mode once you’ve experienced the story all over again making new or the right choices this time around.
As I’ve said before, this truly is one remarkable game that you will thoroughly enjoy and never forget. The experiences here are truly memorable. From where the story started all those years ago with The Witcher 1, the new and strange gameplay and game mechanics with its choices and politics and let us not forget the sex scenes right through to where we are now. It has been one hell of an experience and I am sad to see that it is at an end.
The White Wolf deserve his rest, he has given everything to this world…
I can only hope that we get to experience more of this world in the future.
Easily one of the best GOTY’s ever!
Date: 9 September 2016
Platforms: PC: Xbox One: PlayStation 4: Nintendo Switch
Genre: RPG: Fantasy: Open World
Censor Rating: Nudity: Mature: Sexual Content
Age Rating: 18
Developer: CD PROJEKT RED
Publisher: CD PROJEKT RED
Release Date: 30 August 2016
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