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The Witcher 3 Will Have 36 Alt Endings

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Posted June 18, 2013 by Leeroy Jenkins in News
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The Witcher series is one of the most interesting, underrated RPG’s known in the gaming industry but The Witcher 3 might end this for its fans. The Witcher 3 will have the option for every single gamer to experience an ending that can end in thirty six different ways. I think this is one of the best decisions a developer can make for a title, but for RPG players specifically, they typically crave to see that achievement flash come up  and see it in a collection when they press that pause menu. There are a ton of split decisions on this subject and I think that there is a debate on this, is one of the most pointless things that I have heard in gaming news in a very long time.

People are focusing more on this than they are the amazing graphics and storyline behind the game. What might be the most hilarious thing about this is that The Witcher and The Witcher 2 are two of the most decision based games out there. So this is something that true fans of the series aren’t used to and that tells me that those that saw this preview at E3 have something new to rage about and should just see how this plays out instead of already being upset about it.

According to The Escapist, gamers should be more excited about the ‘quick travel’ coming to the game as well as the fact that there will be no more loading screens as the developers have come up with a technology that will allow players to travel across the world either by mount or by boat. These features are what should be focused on instead of the fact that a series of choices will be given to the players. We will have to wait and see what happens until the next generation consoles and the PC version become available.


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