The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was the last game that'll cast Geralt as the main character. It's a heart-warming message by the developers to the fans who stuck with the company since the release of The Witcher back in 2007. 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. In The Witcher, you play as the professional monster hunter, Geralt of Rivia, tasked with finding a child of prophecy in a vast open world rich with merchant cities, viking pirate islands, risky mountain passes, and forgotten caverns to explore. 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. As she gets of her horse and makes her way inside, we're greeted with characters from across the Witcher series. Zoltan is a dwarf with a weakness for gambling, while Dandelion is a bard with a weakness for women. Shani is another of Geralt's love interests and a talented medic.
Warning: Spoilers for anyone who hasn't played Witcher 3's Blood and Wine DLC.
North Korea Launches Another Missile, This One Over Japan
We see North Korea setting itself as an objective to have tomorrow or the day after missiles that can transport nuclear weapons. The United States and its allies have again responded to a North Korean missile test.
In the background we see the Duchess of Toussaint, Anna Henrietta, speaking with Olgierd von Everec. It shows Geralt, the main character, along with all the other characters who have been part of this fantastic universe.
As it has been to experience life through the eyes of Geralt of Rivia. Geralt hugs Ciri, who is then quickly rushed away by Anna. There is much to celebrate for the developers and fans of "The Witcher". Are you looking forward to The Witcher 4?