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TheBigVlad wrote on May 27, 2022, 16:12:
Bodolza wrote on May 27, 2022, 13:33:
I'm not sure what they can do with this without making it more-of-the-same. Unlike between 1-3, neither technology or gameplay has advanced much since Witcher 3 came out, unless they decide to make it a rogue-like (please don't). I guess if they're using UE5 it will look nicer.

I think they're going to do a more open world sandbox game where you don't play a preset character, like Cyberpunk. Like a create your own Witcher type of thing.

Fuck I hope not. Having a set character, his own backstory and relationships, likes, dislikes and motivations + the story was what made the whole thing actually fun. Otherwise it would just be a noname game with a noname character doing noname things for noname reasons.

Also, Elden Ring couldn't tell a story to save its life. It's a fun game, but story wise it can't tell a story at all compared to W3.

When I play a single player RPG that is known for its storytelling, I want a GOOD STORY and it's much easier to tell a good story with a character that has a background taken into account when writing the story and that fits the world it's in to a T.

Just bring Geralt back, we'll all cheer.

If they make Ciri the main I'm gonna be disappointed tho.

And... seeing current trends of having female leads just cause they're female, I wouldn't be surprised if they made that stupid mistake.

Game is called The Witcher, not The Princess.

Only instance when I would TOLERATE having Ciri as a lead would be if it tells her story of going through the Witcher training and transformation as a kind of introduction to the game and if the game brings back known side characters and manages to actually pull a decent story out of that mess.

Otherwise, NOPE, Geralt or GTFO.
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