The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Will Be At E3 (But Not For Fans)

By Prarthito Maity , Updated May 20, 2013 09:42 AM EDT
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CD Projekt RED’s upcoming title The Witcher 3: Wild hunt will be shown at E3 2013. However while the game will be showcased at the event, it is also believed that this will only be done behind closed doors.

The information that The Witcher 3 showcase will happen behind closed doors at the E3 was revealed a few days ago by MCV India. The report states: “The game will not be showcased to the public though, but will be restricted to behind-closed-doors media presentations. So expect a ton of first-hand previews around E3.”

Previously, when CD Projekt RED first announced the next generation RPG, it also revealed that the company was using an old engine for the then images released. However, since then the game has seen a number of massive improvements as far as in-game visuals are concerned, and could easily become one of the “prettiest RPG yet”.

"Until now, the game in the genre put up, or the huge, open world that gives players maximum freedom of choice or the extensive history that forces them to follow the designated paths. Owing to its own technology REDengine3 want to be the first to combine these approaches," said Adam Badowski, managing director and head of CD Projekt RED, during the game’s announcement.

Badowski also stated that The Witcher 3 “will offer players a fascinating story that will be able to learn in an open world - 30 times more than in the previous game cycle. Players will be able to freely move in a world filled with forests, mountains, towns and villages inhabited by a diverse population with its own customs, legends and problems.”

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, as of now, is expected to be a massive RPG with a huge number of quests, a lot of NPCs, about 100 hours of campaign gameplay, enhanced combat, life-like environments and multiple endings that will lead to three different prologues.

The Witcher 3 is set for a 2014 arrival.

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