Proving once again that it is one of the best video game developers in the industry, CD Projekt Red celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Witcher franchise with a heart-warming trailer. Because who doesn't want Geralt speaking to you, the player? Project RED has mentioned in the past that the potential for a fourth Witcher game is definitely there, and with the success of the most recent game, it seems even more likely. The video opens with Ciri arriving at the Corvo Bianco vineyard in Toussaint, the setting for the second expansion for The Witcher 3. Based on a series of novels by author Andrzej Sapkowski, "The Witcher" series has provided fans with three excellent and different games over the past decade. After all, they are what made this series so popular and loved.
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Further along the table we see Zoltan and Dandelion playing Gwent, while Shani watches and Pricilla plays her lute. Originally released exclusively for PC in late 2007, The Witcher was an incredibly hardcore RPG that followed the suave, yet somewhat grizzled Geralt of Rivia, a Witcher who hunts down creatures that go bump in the night. That date thus marks a significant step in the epic journey of not just Geralt but also for a little company called CD Projekt RED. While minor design choices keep it from being absolutely flawless, The Witcher 3 will go down as one of the best games of this generation of consoles. What are your reactions to the developer's special video, Witcher fans?