Celebrate with Geralt in The Witcher’s 10th Anniversary

Celebrate with Geralt in The Witcher’s 10th Anniversary

About 10 years ago, a small Polish developer called CD Projekt, set loose a game based on a novel series by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski of the same name, The Witcher.

The Witcher 3‘s Geralt of Rivia Gives Thanks!

Unconventional and free from the design constraints of its time, The Witcher offered players an authentic Eastern European take on medieval Europe by throwing in a charming protagonist with a great cast of supporting characters and a sense of dark humor all in a gritty setting to deliver one of the most intriguing and mature RPGs in gaming history.

This momentum is then polished and refined over the years through the release of 2011’s The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and the lastest entry to the series, 2015’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

To celebrate their well deserved success, CD Projekt RED released a video featuring Geralt of Rivia himself sending a letter.

You can watch the celebration below:

Though his journey and story may have drawn to a close, the memories and adventures we shared with Geralt of Rivia shall always be remembered.

If you’re interested, there’s an Adult Coloring Book for the The Witcher out this November!

Visit The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Wiki!

You can also read our review on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.


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One comment on “Celebrate with Geralt in The Witcher’s 10th Anniversary”

  1. ckmishn says:

    I spent something like 250 hours on The WItcher 3. It’s arguably the greatest game of all time, and is certainly the greatest game in the past decade. That would have been true even if they engaged in the typical AAA BS of microtransactions and DRM. The fact that they didn’t is a testament to how great a company they are. It’s amazing that, at the time The Witcher 3 came out it was only the their third game, and the other two games were the first two Witcher games (they had done Polish localisation of other games before, including, if I remember correctly, the Baldur’s Gate games).

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