The Witcher 3 release detailed with additional gameplay

Chris Burns - Jun 5, 2014, 1:24 pm CDT
The Witcher 3 release detailed with additional gameplay

Today the folks at CD Projekt RED have presented the newest footage and details of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. As with previous releases, this Witcher will be single-player and based in the action role-playing genre. This week’s release also included additional gameplay video.

This morning we’ve also been shown the Collector’s Edition of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The Collector’s Edition box you’re seeing here will be available only in pre-order.

Inside you’ll get all of the content you’d get in the Standard Edition as well as a polystone statue and a couple of high-quality books. The Digital Artbook is massive and the statue is huge – and there’s a rad pendant as well, so you can show your buddies how much of a Witcher you are. Have a peek at the release in detail in the video below.

The Digital Edition will include DRM-free game plus pre-download. Digital art book, bonus videos, a detailed map, and a variety of oddities through GOG exclusively. The Digital Edition will be released for 5% off in a Loyalty Discount if you own the past two Witcher games.

Items included in the Standard Edition of this Witcher title include a Soundtrack, “Witcher Universe – The Compendium,” a set of Witcher stickers, Game Manual, and a Game Map.

That’s the Standard Edition – the regular version you buy normally. Not pre-order bonuses, but exactly what you’ll get with the game in its most average edition. The game itself will be the same regardless of which platform you get it on or in what format you get it in.

Above you’re seeing the newest gameplay trailer revealed today.

Above you’re seeing the Debut Gameplay Trailer from earlier this year. Below is the “Killing Monsters” cinematic trailer also released earlier this year.

This game is set to be released to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows in February of 2015, but we’ll be seeing massive amounts of action in the weeks and months ahead. UPDATE: February 24th, 2015 has been confirmed.

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