You’ll be hard pressed to find anybody who doesn’t think The Witcher III: Wild Hunt looks super rad. Radical to the extreme. Sequel to The Witcher and The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings, Wild Hunt continues Geralt’s arc of monster slaying, lady wooing, and medieval fantasy political mumbo jumbo to what could be a no doubt gripping, multifaceted conclusion.
Publisher/developer combo CD Projekt has, in the past, proven to be quite generous when it comes to physical packages for their flashy new games, and Wild Hunt is no different, coming in two flavours: Standard and Collector’s Edition.
Physical “standard” editions of The Witcher III: Wild Hunt will ship with a copy of the game (Bluray for consoles, DVD for PC), audio CD to show off the soundtrack, “Witcher Universe – The Compendium” guide to help better understand Geralt’s world, a fancy game world map, and a bundle of Witcher themed stickers, all contained within a tasty protective case sleeve. NEAT! Check it out below.
Hardcore The Witcher fans with some money to burn might want to look into the Collector’s Edition instead. Not only will you get all content found within the standard edition, but also a physical rendition of Geralt’s Witcher medallion, fancy pants steel book game case, a two-hundred page art book, and a massive Witcher box to keep it all in. Why a box for trinkets? Because the Collector’s Edition also includes a sizable, hand painted, Polystone figure of Geralt mid battle with a Griffin. See…
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is on track for a release 24th February 2015 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you haven’t watched it yet, or don’t know much about Geralt and The Witcher in general, we highly advise you check out the Sword of Destiny trailer below. It’s beautiful, brilliant, and has the voice of Charles Dance.