Let’s explore the world of The Witcher 3

Published On: August 15th, 2014

A rich, diversified and a beautiful world is what you would generally expect from any open-world RPG game. But to your surprise, The Witcher 3 will be offering you more than that. CD Projekt RED unveiled the fabulous world settings of The Witcher 3 in Gamescom 2014 at Cologne, Germany.


First of all if you are not aware of this, you should know that the map size of The Witcher 3 is going to be 35% larger than its predecessor. Imagine how big a world you will have to explore! That would defintely be a thrilling and a fantastic experience. CD Projekt has defined different kinds of environment ranging from barren ‘ghastly’ lands to that of teeming metropolis hubs with accurate field depth and precision to render a world that would make you feel like you are actually there on an interesting adventure.

Teeming metropolis hubs in The Witcher 3
Teeming metropolis hubs in The Witcher 3

According to the game’s Senior Environment Artist, Jonas Mattsson,” In The Witcher 3, you play as a legendary witcher, Geralt of Rivia. The world is built up of different factions, races and also minorities. And together with a huge and diverse landscape, it elucidates a vibrant open-world experience.”


You can watch the trailer below to discover exactly what the universe in The Witcher 3 is going to be like. While watching the video, one more interesting detail that you will come across is- “Wild Hunt”. It’s not just any normal random boss put at the end of the storyline anymore. I would rather not prefer to say anything more about it as that may ruin your surprise.  The game will be released on February 24th, 2015 for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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