The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt tracks down three new screenshots

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

By on January 30, 2014 at 8:10 am

CDPR and Namco Bandai have released three new screens for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the frankly incredible-looking RPG which is expected to launch this year. Check them out below, or if you’d like to see the game in action, hit up this trailer from December — and remember of course that Wild Hunt will have absolutely no DRM.

8 comments (Leave your own)

Man this game looks gorgeous. Hopefully they don’t go overboard with bloom effects this time. Cannot wait for this.

 

I can’t wait for this!

Also, why does every article have a need to state that this will be DRM free? It’s CD Projekt Red! Everyone knows it’ll be DRM free on GOG.

 

As Homer Simpson once said “I only have two questions – how much and give it to me.”

 

Yes the DRM hard line is only because of there article i suspect.
it’s kinda like the music industry atm.
support the artists you like with your monies.
sure the “honor system” is a bit scary.
but if people who can afford this things want to see more from your good work. they will buy it.

and i hate to say it, but even those that dont pay, have freinds who would pay, so if a pirated copy gets played and the game is great it can still lead to sales, no matter how obtuse.

 

Yepyepyep.

Those muggers in the third screen look like they’re about to choose some fairly poor last words, something along the lines of “what are you looking at, freak?”.

 
Lord_PorkSword

Nom Nom Nomski!!
Good developers deserve good money. We can only hope gamers show respect by buying this over pirating.

Looking forward to playing this!

 

Damn this is looking amazing! still gotta play the 2nd one, bought it on steam just need to make time to get around too it. I don’t think i’ve even complete the 1st one properly!! even though i enoyed it :o

 

lordporksword:
by buying this over pirating.

If its a good game those in the position to buy it will – those that can’t or wouldn’t anyway won’t but may influence others via word of mouth. DRM doesn’t work, unless of course it is to harm legitimate customers (ubi + bt do a search for example).

Piracy doesn’t equate to lost sales – some times it may make people purchase a game (It has for me in the past) and i have had friends recommend games they couldn’t afford but i could which would have never been a sale.

I love CDPRs’ approach and wish others would follow their example.

 
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