Even if you’ve never played The Witcher 3, you’ll still be able to experience all of its side content

A new Witcher game, one you’ll be glad you jumped into the first time you fire up the game, one that’s going to be a while before you get bored and want to experience it all again. But seriously, it really is worth playing. It’s kind of hard to know what to make of The Witcher in terms of gameplay due to the amount of time that they spend taking the story out of the first game. There are a fair few things to consider when you’re playing it, and in my opinion they’re not going to be good. They’re not necessarily bad, though, and there are some great set pieces and quests to be had, and there are some really cool characters to discover as well. So if you’re looking for a new story to get stuck into, or if you just want to go back to one of the best games of the last 20 years, this could be the remedy for you. Or if you want to know what all the fuss is about and just want to see how things work out with Geralt of Rivia in an expanded version of Monster Hunter World, there’s no other option. Read more: The Witcher 3 review: “High quality and impressive realism” But even if you’re not into the main story, you’ll still be able to enjoy all of its side content. Rescuing Geralt from the Black Order is one of the best things that can happen to you in a game like this, and is so engaging that you will find yourself deliberately revisiting it to get the final chapter of Geralt’s story out of your head. You might even go so far as to not even play the first chapter. It’s so satisfying to see it through to the end, and seeing the game finis the ending of one of the strongest video games of the last 20 years. Even if you’ve never played The Witcher 3, you’ll still be able to experience all of its side content. No game has made you feel so much like you are Geralt of Rivia, and even when you’re not in the main story you’re still going to be able to see all of its awesome side content. There are two expansions, both of which are available for the PC and will arrive with the PC version of The Witcher 3. First is Wild Hunt, which will see you hunting down the mysterious and highly-acclaimed Captain Karski. It’s a full expansion with new locations and quests, including a new weapon the Black Daggers. It’s also got a new story, so you can see what it’s like to vanquish those high-powered soldiers who are still standing in your way. With so much content to see and experience in the game, you’ll want to dive in ASAP if you want to get your hands on it. Then there’s Tempest, which is… different. You might have already played it, but it’s a completely new game. It’s actually a 3D RPG, so you’ll need to have a PC that at least one of the latest graphics cards has VR support, otherwise you’ll be tumbling around in circles and fights with monsters that are way too big for you. It’s a bit of a clunky experience to get into, but there are cool characters to meet, and quests to pursue. You’ll meet with some friends in this game, so you’ll be able to party up with people you’ve grown to respect as well.