The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Details Emerge
German website promises over 50 hours of gameplay for main quest.
Details of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have emerged on German website WorldofPlayers. Translations on the web have confirmed many new features for the game, including a new combat and experience system, along with an immensely long playtime for the main quest.
According to the website, the game's main quest will have over 50 hours of gameplay. That is not including the immense scope of a player's possible outcome. There are 36 final states of the world, and three epilogues that are over an hour long each.
It also seems that The Witcher 3 has taken a tip from Fallout 3 and has employed a system similar to VATS which allows players to target certain body parts in slow motion during combat. People will also summon guards if they see you stealing stuff.
From the details available, it is obvious that the studio has put a lot of time and effort into the game, including creating different UI for the console and PC versions, and allowing players to import their saved games, which can affect characters.
You can check out more details about the game with this link. They're all pretty impressive, and bring a lot of improvements to the already acclaimed RPG series.
The game is set to arrive next year on PC, and the PS4.