Yes you read that right – The Witcher 3 is to have a massive 100 hours of gameplay between the main storyline and sidequests along with a gigantic 36 different storylines.
The Witcher Series In Numbers
CD Projekt RED has been all numbers this week as they break down just how many copies of titles in the Witcher Franchise have been bought along with revealing the number of hours gamers can expect to get from their latest release ” The Witcher 3 : Wild Hunt”
The figures reveal that over 6 million people have bought a game from the Witcher Franchise. The Metacritic rating of the first game was 86,the second 88 and the third has a smiley face maybe showing CD Projekt RED believe that they will break the coveted “90s” this time round.
The Witcher 3 Will Take 100 Hours To Beat
Maybe the most interesting stat on display for fans of the Witcher series however is the bar chart showing just how long gamers can expect the newest addition to the series will take to beat.
According to the chart the first game in the series “The Witcher” took up to 60 hours to complete fully. The second in the series “The Witcher 2:Assassins of Kings” took up to 55 hours to conquer.
However the upcoming third game in the franchise “The Witcher 3:Wild Hunt” will feature an astonishing 100 hours of gameplay. This has been broken up into two parts – a 50 hour long main storyline arc with the other 50 hours coming from supposedly optional sidequests. It appears that gamers will certainly get a lot of value if they choose to purchase the title when it comes out.
Amazon Reveal Release Date For The Witcher:Wild Hunt
Meanwhile the world’s largest online retailer – Amazon.com- have revealed a release date for the upcoming Wicher 3.
It allegedly will be going on sale from September 30, 2014.
It must be noted that as things stand currently CD Projekt Red have yet to announce an official release date for the game which is being developed for the PC along with the Xbox One and PS4.
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