Submitted by PureSophistry 901d ago | interview

Witcher 3 Interview: Sex Sim and the Final Epilogue is Based on Three-Way Choice


In this week’s episode of VGS. Part Two of our interview with Story Writer Jakub Szamalek, on the Witcher 3. Starts at 21:00

On Epilogues.....

We believe that the core of the RPG experience is the choice, this is what really matters- making the character do what you would have done. In the very end of the game you will have to make one final decision, that I think will be extremely difficult and emotionally draining…depending on what you decide you’ll have three different epilogues and they’re different not only in terms of locations and NPC’s but also in the ambiance and feel.

You can make a decision that will be good for Geralt, but bad for everyone else and vice-versa. These three epilogues will allow you fell the consequences of what you’ve done throughout the game. (PC, PS3, PS4, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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NewMonday  +   901d ago
the first love scene with Triss in W2 is the best one in gaming yet IMOO, there was actual romance in it. the other scenes in the game not so much.
PureSophistry  +   901d ago
If you listen to the interview he says Romances in Witcher 3 will be more difficult to obtain and more rewarding
NewMonday  +   901d ago
not about difficulty, I mean the first one was really well done.
NastyLeftHook0  +   901d ago
triss in w2 was great
Krosis  +   901d ago
CD red projekt is a terrific company! The Witcher universe was really brought to life and has gotten exponentially better with each game. One of many things they do well is world immersion...this is a future day-one buy for most, me thinks!
PureSophistry  +   901d ago
But this time around....They're saying once choice equals three endings.....Mass Effect 3 or Deus Ex like perhaps? Uh oh
Canary  +   901d ago
Er... not quite. They're "playable epilogues." Think the reverse of Dragon Age Origins.

The multitude of choices you make in the game will effect the final slide-show (i.e. Baldur's Gate II), but the big end-game choice (like the decision whether or not to go with Iorveth? in Witcher 2) will open up three different segments for the end of the game.

Kind of like what they did with the middle act of Witcher 2, only they'll have more room to play havoc with the plot and setting as they won't have to worry about all three routes ever having to meet back up again, as was the case in Witcher 2.

CDR know what they're doing. Have faith.
MrDead  +   901d ago
"Sex Sim" and "Three-Way".... I'm sold.
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SageHonor  +   901d ago
I wonder if Letho may make an appearance for those who spared him. Definitely one of my favorite villains
b_one  +   900d ago
Look and learn Capcom. Hope i will have a chance to play w1 and w2 on ps4 i like savegames transfer.
Games4ever  +   899d ago
This game will be the best game ever. I'm sure :)
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