Open world games are a fantastic feat of game design. The sheer scale of them is so impressive, the worlds they create can be beautiful, but sometimes they can be overwhelming. So what makes an open-world game successful?
Witcher 3 nailed it best IMO, the side content actually felt like it mattered instead of being pointless padding.
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