Posted by IGN on September 15, 2019 02:09:24 The Witcher has become one of my favorite games ever, and the Witcher 3 finally delivers on that promise in this week’s review.
The Witcher games have always been about the story, but it feels like they’ve been getting better and better at crafting that narrative.
The end of the story feels inevitable, and we’re already starting to feel the effect of the change.
Geralt is a man who has survived for years by surviving alone, but he still wants to know how the world ended, why he’s in it at all.
It’s a good question, and a great one to have.
The game is a mix of classic storytelling, action, and RPG elements, but the end is definitely the point.
Gerald will discover what happened to his wife, and his quest to find out what happened between the time of the Witcher games’ release and the events of The Witcher: The Wild Hunt will be the first of many.
There’s a lot to digest here, and while The Witcher is a game that demands you be on the edge of your seat, the ending doesn’t come easy.
In the end, Geralt will finally know what happened, and it will be a story that I’ll be able to look back on with fondness.