Reminisce with Geralt as The Witcher celebrates its ten-year anniversary

Matt Sayer 4 September 2017 NEWS


The White Wolf has a special message for fans of the role-playing series.

CD Projekt Red has today released a touching trailer to mark ten years working on the fantasy RPG series The Witcher.

Created in The Witcher 3's engine, the trailer picks up from the end of that game's Blood and Wine DLC, showing off what Geralt's life is like now that his adventures have come to an end. Despite feeling a little restless, the White Wolf is happy, filling his time with rounds of GWENT and plenty of raucous drinking. He breaks the fourth wall at the end, thanking all those who joined him on his decade of digital adventures. It's a heart-warming gesture, one that comes as no surprise from a studio that has long placed its fans above all else.

Released exclusively for PC back in 2007, the original The Witcher was an ambitious and complex game that built itself a devoted community, but it wasn't until the series made the leap to consoles with The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings and the tremendously popular The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt that Geralt of Rivia became the renowned monster slayer he is today.

In other RPG news, Game of Thrones is getting a mobile game and Fallout 4's first paid mods are off to a shaky start.

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