The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt shows three minutes of gorgeous swamp gameplay

The Witcher 3

By on June 16, 2014 at 3:35 pm

As we continue to wait patiently for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (now due out on February 24! Ack!) more footage has leaked out of E3, with somebody just uploading the B-roll for the game (as in, the footage provided to games journos so they can make videos) and slapping it on YouTube.

One of my favourite things about the footage below is that when Geralt has to follow someone, the person he follows actually runs at top speed rather than just toddling around at the speed of a snail. I hate having to dawdle behind NPCs in video games.

Anyway, here is a video. Watch it, it’s neat.

3 comments (Leave your own)

Oh my!

 

he looks a little fat in the face doesnt he?

 

For some reason I always hate how game controllers work, as far as character movement and camera control goes. I would imagine this was a demo for the XBone version, would really rather see a pc version, or even the steamos/linux version when it’s ready.
Also, more Geralt, yay! From what I saw, the use of potions has changed a bit, and the signs are considerably different too.

 
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