According to the latest information from the developers at CD Project RED, they are already working on a The Witcher Remake
While many are eagerly awaiting the release of The Witcher 3 Remastered on December 14, 2022, a new announcement that the developers revealed during a presentation is now causing excitement again.
More open world for The Witcher Remake?
While the first The Witcher from 2007 is still very famous, CD Projekt RED now wants to release a remake. This is supposed to bring the adventures of Geralt of Rivia into a more open game world, thus breaking with some linear boundaries. The respective slide of the said presentation can be seen below.
The shown slide from the Q3 investor presentation only displays the logo and some more information bits below it. We can read “open-world RPG” and “story-driven”, which could speak for a remake with some significant changes to the gameplay. A bit more freedom for us players is always welcome! However, it seems that the remake is still in a very early stage, and a release could still be far away.
In the first installment of the series, there were already large environments. Players were able to explore, unlock upgrades and kill beasts. But the story as a whole was relatively linear, according to some gamers. So that might change in the future, and we can enjoy the popular game with a new degree of freedom. Let’s go even further as Geralt into this beautiful universe!
When exactly the Witcher Remake is supposed to get released is not yet clear. But it seems that the release will take place after The Witcher 4, which is also in development. We will keep you posted via this article.
Can’t wait for The Witcher 3 Remastered or the Remake of the first title?
If you’ve got a desire for wide-open landscapes now, we might be able to help you out with this ranking of Open World PC Games or the Best Sandbox Games. Should you prefer even tougher challenges, feel free to check out some great Games like Dark Souls and prove your skills.
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