News: Witcher 3 Screen Shots Revealed

News: Witcher 3 Screen Shots Revealed

With the 3rd installment in the series right around the corner, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is headed for our excited and eager hands sometime later this year. The developers of the franchise, Projekt Red, have decided to ease our impatient longing for the game with new screen shots. In order to show off their incredible next generation world, Projekt Red recently released three amazing looking visual teases for what lies in wait for us in The Witcher 3.

Seen below, the first portrays the game’s protagonist Geralt striding by the gory scene of a battle, letting us know that his world is far from peace.

Another shows him again on horseback, yet this one shows the potential beauty of the next generation game, in which the shine of the lake and the intense detail of the terrain are fantastically realistic and admirable.

The third reminds us that Geralt is no ordinary wandering bard, and is always ready for combat. Encountering a scuffle in what seems to be the slums of the city, Geralt’s hand is never far from his blade.

For now, this is all we anxious gamers must feed off until the game’s release later in 2014. Said to be released to both the PlayStation4 and the Xbox One, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is one of the few franchises fully embracing the potential of the next generation, and have fully taken advantage in creating this seemingly beautiful and expansive game, one I’m sure we are all looking forward to.

Source: gamespot.com


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