Xero wrote on Jun 25, 2020, 15:58:
It looks good. I can't help but be slightly less hyped just because it's an FPS. I've got so many damn FPS, played so many FPS, it's like, in the end, just how much more can they do to wow? I'm sure they'll be plenty of details and cool things to do but sometimes I wonder if we're reaching the limit of how exciting an FPS can be? I'm not sure.
Call me bitter but I'm hoping for a Witcher 4 next, lol. In all of it's 3rd person glory.
I'm right there with you...;) I'm already missing Geralt a bunch--on my 4th? play through of W3. I didn't think much of this trailer, actually--it looks like a Saturday-morning cartoon (which I outgrew many decades back), only the language seems artificial--it just tries too hard--words like f***, especially, have become a cliché' these days. Instead of "hard-hitting"--overuse of the word just seems forced--almost a gimmick. Put there for ...what? Anyway, doubtless there is a lot more to this game than bangs, screams, bright colors, loud noises, etc.--an endless kaleidoscopic panorama of running and gunning insanity. I certainly hope so...)
Never much liked reflex-tests, lots of loud noises, shooting galleries, and so on. I love a good and deep RPG, however! I was hoping that is what this might be if played a certain way
. Let's hope so. Odd--this is the first trailer for the game I can say I didn't much care for!
I read a blurb the other day (Blues?) that CDPR stated in an investors meeting that they already had a team to get started on a new Geralt game after this one ships! Sounds good! Fingers crossed.
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