The Witcher is a story-driven, next-generation open world role-playing game, set in a visually stunning fantasy universe, full of meaningful choices and impactful consequences. In The Witcher, you play as Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter tasked with finding a child from an ancient prophecy.
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Release Date: May 18, 2015

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September 1

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August 30

Patch 1.30 - Changelog

Patch 1.30 is available now on Steam!


  • Vimme Vivaldi is now sporting a fresh look.

  • Fixes issue whereby oil descriptions were not removed from swords.
  • Fixes issue whereby it was not possible to obtain certain dye recipes.
  • Fixes issue whereby it was possible to skip the entire second phase of the Eredin fight.
  • Fixes issue whereby a silver sword was needed to craft the Mastercrafted Legendary Griffin Steel Sword.
  • Fixes issue whereby two NPCs from the "Without a Trace" quest were impossible to defeat.
  • The Rabid Rock Trolls near the Dun Tynne crossroads are slightly less rabid on the "Just the Story" difficulty level.
  • Fixes issue that allowed users to switch bolts underwater, resulting in lower damage dealt during said submersion.
  • Corrects the value of the Adrenaline Rush buff during the fight against a group of bandits in the "Capture the Castle" quest.
  • Introduces tweaks to the loot randomization system.
  • Dealing a killing blow now generates the correct amount of Adrenaline.
  • Fixes issue whereby Roach's tail could vanish. For those affected by this issue, swapping saddles, saving the game and then loading that save is recommended.
  • Adjusts the maximum level for items, quests and NPCs to address level requirement discrepancies if player started NG+ on a very high level. Item and quest maximum level is now 100. NPCs maximum level is 105.
  • Corrects the statistics of the Hen Gaidth and Tesham Mutna sets in New Game + mode.
  • Fixes issue whereby the Toussaint Knight's Steel Sword Diagram was not added to the crafting page after looting it.
  • Fixes issue whereby the Second Life mutation could, under certain circumstances, grant Geralt infinite health regeneration.
  • Fixes issue whereby the Wicked Witch in the "Beyond Hill and Dale..." quest could occasionally prove invincible.
  • Fixes issue whereby the Euphoria buff was not applied correctly following the imbibing of a decoction.

  • Fixes issue whereby it was possible to place a skill in a mutation slot of a different color.
  • Fixes Steam controller issues.
  • Adds PlayStation controller prompt icons.
  • Fixes issue whereby craftable items in New Game + mode could have incorrect level requirements.
  • Fixes issues affecting the dismantling of mutagens in bulk in the alchemy lab.

  • Fixes issue whereby it was not possible to interact with loot chests in the "Scavenger Hunt: Wolf School Gear" quest.
  • Fixes issue whereby Geralt's entry would disappear from the Glossary once he decided to join the tourney under his true name.
  • Fixes issue whereby two bandits outside the Nowhere Inn could prove impossible to kill during the "Following the Thread" quest.
  • Fixes issue whereby players could occasionally become blocked during the "Contract: Bovine Blues" quest due to a dracolizard's overly friendly attitude.
  • Fixes issue whereby Reginald's statue could not be placed in Corvo Bianco's front yard.
  • Fixes issue whereby it was not possible to kill Morkvarg in New Game + mode during the "In Wolf's Clothing quest".
  • Fixes issue whereby it was occasionally not possible to use the Alchemy Table at Corvo Bianco.
  • Fixes issue whereby the progression of the "Equine Phantoms" quest could occasionally be blocked.
  • Fixes issue whereby the objective to wear attire befitting the occasion could be displayed indefinitely after the player fulfilled it in the "The Man from Cintra" quest.
  • Fixes issue whereby the quest "Contract: Bovine Blues" could not be completed if the "Big Feet to Fill" point of interest had not been completed.
  • Fixes issue whereby Vivienne could despawn in the "The Warble of a Smitten Knight" quest.
  • Fixes issue whereby the progression of the "Feet Cold As Ice" quest could occasionally be blocked.
  • Fixes issue whereby it was possible to inadvertently reactivate the objective of the "Feet Cold As Ice" quest.
  • Fixes additional instances of an issue whereby the borders meant to exist only during the "Night of Long Fangs" quest would sometimes become enabled outside the duration of the quest, preventing users from exploring Toussaint.
  • Hughes is now spawned correctly following the "One more day" choice in the "Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Granite!" quest.
  • It is no longer possible to get trapped inside The Pheasantry during the progression of the "Gwent: Never Fear, Skellige's Here" quest.
  • Fixes issue whereby the progression of the "Big Feet to Fill" quest could occasionally be blocked.
  • Fixes issue whereby the statues in the "Extreme Cosplay" quest occasionally would not spawn.
  • Fixes issue whereby the bruxa in the "The Beast of Toussaint" quest would display pacifist tendencies, whereas the progression of the story needed her to turn hostile.
  • Fixes issue whereby it was not possible to interact with the footsteps during the crime scene investigation in the "The Beast of Toussaint" quest.
  • Fixes issue whereby it could be impossible to talk to the quest giver in the quest titled "Knight for Hire."

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The Witcher: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, next-generation open world role-playing game set in a visually stunning fantasy universe full of meaningful choices and impactful consequences. In The Witcher you play as the professional monster hunter, Geralt of Rivia, tasked with finding a child of prophecy in a vast open world rich with merchant cities, viking pirate islands, dangerous mountain passes, and forgotten caverns to explore.

Trained from early childhood and mutated to gain superhuman skills, strength and reflexes, witchers are a distrusted counterbalance to the monster-infested world in which they live.
  • Gruesomely destroy foes as a professional monster hunter armed with a range of upgradeable weapons, mutating potions and combat magic.
  • Hunt down a wide range of exotic monsters from savage beasts prowling the mountain passes to cunning supernatural predators lurking in the shadows of densely populated towns.
  • Invest your rewards to upgrade your weaponry and buy custom armour, or spend them away in horse races, card games, fist fighting, and other pleasures the night brings.

Built for endless adventure, the massive open world of The  Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity.
  • Traverse a fantastical open world: explore forgotten ruins, caves and shipwrecks, trade with merchants and dwarven smiths in cities, and hunt across the open plains, mountains and seas.
  • Deal with treasonous generals, devious witches and corrupt royalty to provide dark and dangerous services.
  • Make choices that go beyond good & evil, and face their far-reaching consequences.

Take on the most important contract to track down the child of prophecy, a key to save or destroy this world.
  • In times of war, chase down the child of prophecy, a living weapon of power, foretold by ancient elven legends.
  • Struggle against ferocious rulers, spirits of the wilds and even a threat from beyond the veil – all hell-bent on controlling this world.
  • Define your destiny in a world that may not be worth saving.

  • Built exclusively for next generation hardware, the REDengine 3 renders the world of The Witcher visually nuanced and organic, a real true to life fantasy.
  • Dynamic weather systems and day/night cycles affect how the citizens of the towns and the monsters of the wilds behave.
  • Rich with storyline choices in both main and subplots, this grand open world is influenced by the player unlike ever before.

System Requirements

    • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or 64-bit Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz / AMD CPU Phenom II X4 940
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 660 / AMD GPU Radeon HD 7870
    • Storage: 35 GB available space
    • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or 64-bit Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel CPU Core i7 3770 3.4 GHz / AMD CPU AMD FX-8350 4 GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 770 / AMD GPU Radeon R9 290
    • Storage: 35 GB available space
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137.6 hrs
Posted: September 24
Best game i ever played. Masterpiece !!!
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62.4 hrs
Posted: September 24
I don't like this game and I don't understand the hype. I played it for about 60 hours before I abandoned it. I sincerely wanted to like it, but I just couldn't. It's a beautiful game, and the world is amazing. There's an addicting minigame called Gwent. But that's about it.

The protagonist is bland and kind of a dumbass. The romantic interests and side characters are annoying, the combat is terrible (it's best to play this game on easy mode to minimize the amount of time you have to waste in boring, grinding combat), the movement/controls are very clunky. The "open world" doesn't contain anything interesting... This is a linear game without the rails. In other words: you don't HAVE to make a beeline from quest marker to quest marker, but then the only other option is wandering aimlessly in the empty wilderness. There's no reward for exploration and no experience gained unless you're completing quests.

The armor/weapon system seems robust, with many options and varied loot drops. But the starting armor is the best and it's upgradable so there's no reason to ever use any other items. Which is good, I guess, because you can't afford to buy any other items anyway because you'll never have any money because have to pay a blacksmith to repair your sword constantly because it breaks literally every other battle.

To complete quests, you have to look for clues. But the player don't really look for them, you just hit the "find clues" button to use Geralt's special clue-vision which triggers the next event in the questline. There are no side-quests, only one long twisting, winding, convoluted main quest. After 60 hours, I stopped giving a ♥♥♥♥ what happened to the stupid kidnapped girl (who is actually a grown-♥♥♥ woman, and who is the cause of her own misfortune). The game was about about 5 hours of fun, and 55 hours of putting up with being bored in hopeful anticipation of an eventual payoff that never came.
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113.4 hrs
Posted: September 24
chakebh nih game, dr pada main cewe mending main witcher
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241.4 hrs
Posted: September 24
One of the best games I've ever played. I'm almost done with the second expansion, but I'm already 241 hours in. Well worth the money spent!
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3.8 hrs
Posted: September 24
Simply amazing :)
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70.4 hrs
Posted: September 24
This and Pillars of Eternity renewed my faith that modern game designers can make classic style western RPGs. For the longest time after the great period at the turn of the millenium, with Fallout 2 and Baldur's Gate 2 and the glory days of the infinity engine, there really hasn't been an RPG that scratched that itch precisely.

And apparently the Polish were really ♥♥♥♥♥♥ about that too, who knew? Well good on them because holy ♥♥♥♥ is this a game that fits nicely with that pantheon of greats. The characters and dialog are excellent, people you are supposed to hate you end up doing so, people you are supposed to love you want to keep around and do their quests just to see what they're up to. The world is well fleshed out and makes sense, while at the same time dealing with ideas and tropes that would be too dark and too mature for most other games to do well. And yet, even when I was literally throwing a baby into an oven in this game, I knew A) that I was actually doing the correct thing and B) that it made total sense in context. And when you can pull off that you have something impressive.
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77.9 hrs
Posted: September 24
Its one of the best Games ive ever played! With all DLCs theres is a huge amount of Content. The Story is beautiful made with its amazing Graphics and Music. The Combat is really cool with all the Swords and Armor you can craft and find.
Just buy it!
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79.4 hrs
Posted: September 24
Extremly challenging and more engaging. It keeps me thinking how the story will progress and the choice you make is the key difference. Just go for it no more second opinion, build ur own character and fight the monsters. The investigation parts are really well done. Kudos to the developers. This is a game of the century for me :D
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121.1 hrs
Posted: September 24
An incredible dark fantasy epic that puts you neck deep in a fantasy world laced with colourful and multidimensional characters. Running around the world and interacting with these many individuals was enjoyable and I found myself getting heavily invested in the lives of these characters the more I interacted with them, even those that I found to be particularly annoying *cough* Dandelion *cough* I found ended up having one of the largest impacts on me with their stories and side quests.
The world is littered with things to do, be it just random map points, deep and intriguing side quests or hunting monsters for money. It's odd that I found myself more wrapped up and enthralled with the world around me, in the game, that the main story was something often left to the side lines. Sure, the story had these great moments of heartbreak and excitement, but it also seemed to pull more and more on the entire Witcher franchise, more importantly the books.
This often left me a little left behind and trying to play catch up on how and what characters were going on about, but I still loved the game and the world itself.
Gameplay wise it's pretty simple. There's a lot you can do, but I found no need to use any of it. Swords prove an effective measure against anything and everything.

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115.3 hrs
Posted: September 24
Amazing game, more than a hundred hours of with the DLC's
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178 of 195 people (91%) found this review helpful
192 people found this review funny
80.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 30
Fantastic game. Basically you start with a small deck, not too powerful but it lets you beat a few innkeepers. As you win you collect more cards, which is great because there's literally always someone to play against. Absolutely wonderful strategic card game, a solid 9.5/10.

There's also, like, monsters, boobs and ♥♥♥♥ like that, whatever. Don't worry it doesn't interfere with Gwent.
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102 of 113 people (90%) found this review helpful
40 people found this review funny
246.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 31
Firstly you're just discovering question marks, doing scavenger hunts, contracts, secondary quests so you could play a little more before it ends. Then you're playing gwent, even though you completed the quests. And you're still playing gwent. After that, you're going somewhere where you can find and slay drowners, grave hags, wraiths, werewolves. For what? To play more. Did I say you're playing gwent before? Oh yeah, I did. And now you bow to the inevitable: Completing the main quests. What you do becomes a loop and continues in every map, White Orchard, Velen & Novigrad, Skellige. Also it continues while you're playing expansion packs, HoS and BaW. But in the end, the game ends. It's shocking but yes, it ends. And mine is over now. White Wolf's story is over and I don't know what to do now. I feel like I've been broken up with -which I don't even have a girlfriend. By now you must have realized that it's NOT just a simple game. It is something more. It's a masterpiece. Then wtf are you waiting for? GO UP AND BUY! Me? No I'm not crying, just there is something in my eyes.
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86 of 102 people (84%) found this review helpful
54 people found this review funny
27.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 4
18 quintillion times better than No Man's Sky!
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62 of 81 people (77%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
140.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 30
'Please tell me... Did he at least die like a witcher?'
'No. He died like a hero.'
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39 of 44 people (89%) found this review helpful
163.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 11
This game is more than another blockbuster title; it's one of those that defined a chapter in my life.

I played Witcher 1 when it was released in 2007, expectantly awaiting Witcher 2 (bought the box set with the soundtrack, coin, and map), and after that, Witcher 3. I'm now almost at the end of Blood and Wine, the final expansion, and after I'm done with that, I will uninstall and finally be able to close this magnificent story that has been a part of me for the last nine years.

As I also transition into parenthood in a few days, I know that I won't have time to finish long RPGs anymore so this may be my last hurrah. That being said, this game, its story, characters, lore, will remain with me moving forward, defining what story and videogames should be.

Goodbye and see you Witcher. Salute.
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15 of 15 people (100%) found this review helpful
193.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 4
The Witcher 3 is an ethereal experience

Witcher 3 is an open world action RPG and the best monster hunter game on the market.
The main story is great. The expansion pack stories are even better but where the game shines at is it's vast and detailed open world map. You can literally roam the lands and make a living as a professional monster slayer.

The game is such a wonderful piece of art i'm not exactly sure how to describe it. How to do it justice.


Witcher 3 is a sequel to The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (obviously). You play as Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster slayer. Geralt is informed that Ciri, his former adoptive student, has returned to this world and is hunted by the Wild Hunt, a race of evil spectral elves who are out to capture Ciri and use her abilities for who knows what evil purposes.

You are on an epic quest to find your former ward, stop the Wild Hunt and deal with all kinds of thieves, monsters, royals and sorceresses that get in your way.


It's a dynamic third-person action game. You carry two different swords with you: Silver and steel. Silver sword is for monsters and the steel one is for humans, elves and animals.
"This is my sword, this is my blade. One is for killing...The other one is also for killing..."
You can now use a crossbow as well. Very useful for shooting down flying monsters. You can still use your "magical" abilities. Knock your oponents back, shield yourself, burst out a stream of fire and of course make people magically agree with you.

What's especially great is that you can now use a horse to travel around the world. You can still walk, run and sprint but you can now do that on horseback as well. You can...HAVE to use boats now as well to reach different places in the game.
There's A LOT to do. Different side-quests, monster contracts, hidden treasures, shrines and more to discover and complete. About the hunting. It's amazing! You question the townsfolk, track monsters, bait them and slay them. You're just like a real monster hunter. It's a truly magnificent experience!

Another new little cool feature is of course armor crafting and looting. Geralt now has access to loads of different armors which you can find and equip by crafting and looting. Same goes for weapons. You can also upgrade your armor and weapons with runes and oils. You can also "upgrade" your horse to make it run for a longer period of time or make him a bit more brave. Roach gets scared of monsters easily.

Oh did I mention you can participate in horse racing and street fighting? You can! You can also play cards and visit brothels to ummm...relax!


The Witcher 3 is pretty well optimised but since it's such an amazing looking game it still requires quite a beast of a machine to run it on max settings.
Such a huge game does not come without problems tho. I've seen my share of graphical glitches. While these are never something game breaking they can still break your immersion from time to time.

The game looks absolutely stunning. The music is something you could just sit and listen to for hours. The voice acting is top notch and sound effects are decent enough as well.
Animations can be a bit weird sometimes but they do the job. Ahhh what am I whining? The animations are alright.
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23 of 30 people (77%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
130.9 hrs on record
Posted: September 11
Fill your drinks and sit down. I'm about to tell you a great story.

I won't write all of the things I've been gone through. It'll be simple pros & cons review.

+ Everything

- Nothing

You can buy and play now. I can't believe that this game just became my favorite game of all time.
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14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
41.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 17
Holy ♥♥♥♥, I just finished the main storyline and I can easily say this is one of the best games of the decade. First of all, I really wouldn't like to be doing this but I'll briefly compare it to Skyrim since that's what people usually tend to do. In my opinion, this game is way better than Skyrim. I loved Skyrim and thought it was the perfect game...until I played this masterpiece. Skyrim is good but hell, I wish it was 1/10 as deep as TW3. I noticed how lame the characterization was in Skyrim after seeing how well it was done in this one. In Witcher, we got characters with rich variety of emotions but in Skyrim, well, we got robots... But those are all beside the point, here's Witcher 3's pros and cons for me.

+ Awesome graphics: needless to say, this game has pretty f-cking awesome graphics. Nothing much to say about this and this should be the thing of least importance in a huge game like this.
+ Great story: I don't think you will find yourself bored at any point in this cleverly designed story full of plot twists and awesome details. Fun fact: There is a 55 minutes long YouTube video showing all the different endings of Witcher 3. Make sure you check that as well after you beat the game.
+ Nice characterization: As I've mentioned before, characters in this game don't feel so shallow and unncecessarily boring as they do in most other games. They feel really vivid and they make the game much more fun.
+ Extremely fun gameplay: The gameplay, especially the combat system, is really fun. From investigating a crime scene to playing a better Hearthstone-like card game than Hearthstone itself, there are tons of stuff to do.

- Finding a con for this nearly perfect game was very hard but something was bugging me from the beginning of this game. It's the fact that there is no walking option in most parts. You are either forced to walk which is pretty annoyingly slow or you are forced to run as the slowest option which is also pretty annoying. My problem with this is that when you're trying do a precise move such as walking through a door, this creates a problem. It's a really small problem but that was all the negativity I could think of about this game.
- I hate portals.

Overall, it's a must-play game. Just watch a few gameplays before you buy it just in case you don't magically start loving it.

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14 of 19 people (74%) found this review helpful
155.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 12
Great game, It is absolutely gorgeous and runs at steady 60 FPS on my PC. Beautiful open world, with incredible concern to details. A amazing Storyline and character creation. Perfect combat system and Lots of quests in a big world with full of content. One of the best games i have ever played. I love it.

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13 of 20 people (65%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
70.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 11
Witam, ♥♥♥♥♥. Let me tell you about this game, taky dobra gra! You play as Gerlat of Rivia, Wiedźmin, mutant with a ♥♥♥♥ you could only dream of. As you continue your journey after reclaiming your memory of the events before the first game, you're trying to save your adopted córka, Ciri. The game is huge and has a lot of content, and I've never seen a game where even such a small quests like contracts have their own interesting stories and various endings to them. Сo stoisz, ♥♥♥♥♥? Hit that "Add to Basket" button and buy it, CDPR deserve money more than Bethesda or EA.
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