The Witcher remake will take place in an open world

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A month ago, CD Projekt RED made many fans happy by announcing a full-fledged remake of the first part. Witcher from 2007, which is being prepared by the creators Seven: Days Long Gone by Fool’s Theory. Then the Polish creators stated that it will take some time before we know specific details about the projectand even if they keep that promise for now, we still got one important piece of information.

According to the IGN server, for example, CD Projekt RED management stated at a recent investor conference that The Witcher Remake is a story-driven open-world RPG.. So, we have confirmed that the new Fool’s Theory studio will offer the classic open world that we know, for example, from The Witcher 3.

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Although the original The Witcher often took us to fairly open locations, it was not a planned open world. Many parts of the game world, which mainly consists of the Temerian metropolis of Vizima and its environs, were often separated by hellishly long load times.. Moreover, with a few exceptions, you could not return to the places you visited in previous chapters as you progress through each chapter of the game’s story. So the idea that we can, for example, return to the suburbs of Vizima at any time or visit the picturesque Bagnice sounds quite nice.

But this the question of how the sequence of story events or the dosage of game content will change due to the focus on open world. Anyone who played the original Witcher will surely remember that at that time Geralt and I had to work hard to get the opportunity to enter Vizima itself (if you are interested, go to Mikul). And even these Bahnice should have affected the player as a big change that probably wouldn’t have the same impact if the player traveled to those places a little earlier. But let’s see what decision the creators of Fool’s Theory eventually come to.

But we prefer to remind you that we will see the result after a long time. It’s still true The release of the remake of the first Witcher on Unreal Engine 5, most likely, will take place in a few years.

At the same time, this is not just a remake, CD Projekt RED also recently revealed that sequel development team Cyberpunk 2077 will be issued only in the American Boston within the next year. So while the studio has a lot in stock, there isn’t much on hand. At the very least, The Witcher 3’s next-gen update, due out on December 14 this year, hopefully won’t be delayed. Maybe.

Source :Indian TV

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