The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt ‘You don’t need to play previous games to understand the story’

A lot of people have been wondering whether they need to play the first two games in The Witcher series in order to understand the third game, so PlayStationing got in touch with CD Project RED to clarify.

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trywizardo1311d ago

im really glad to hear that ^_^ , thee first witcher gameplay was really stupid i tried to play it and it wasn't good . witcher 2 is good i bought it for 360 and it broke down after the dragon mission -_-

JBSleek1311d ago

If you can you should play both games though. They are really cheap.

Reibooi1310d ago

Yeah you don't have to play them to understand the main plot but there will be a TON of little things you will notice and appreciate if you do play them.

As mentioned they are pretty damn cheap so if you have even the slightest bit of interest in the Witcher universe they are well worth it.

Cloudberry1311d ago

CD Project RED could release a The Witcher 1 & 2 Collection / Remaster for PS4 & Xbox One.

I would buy it.

stragomccloud1310d ago

Or you could get them both during a sale on Steam for a grand total of $5!

RioKing1310d ago

Not everyone has a gaming rig though

Spurg1311d ago

The first one might not be entirely necessary but the second on will. There were too many revelations about Gerald past and the wild hunts motives for it to be ignored. Plus the Witcher 2 is pretty good and really cheap on steam, greenman and have no excuse not to get.

I would recommend the first Witcher but the gameplay might not appeal to a lot of people...the story is pretty good though.

ThichQuangDuck1310d ago

I think I may get Witcher 1 and 2 on GoG and try to play through both before Witcher 3. I have beaten Witcher 2,but will change my choices

Moncole1310d ago

If you buy them on Steam than you will get a GOG key.

Myst-Vearn1310d ago

Still...I would love to have the 1st and 2nd on PS4/X1

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