"The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" released a teaser of hands-on previews.
The clip showed gamers playing the game from all over the world including Scotland, San Francisco, Australia, and Poland. CD Projekt Red's Joes Teixeira also appeared in the clip and talked about "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt."
Teixeira said that the game has been delayed but it gave the developers ample time to make it better. The developer said that the time of delay was spent for ensuring good quality for "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt."Teixera added that the game is the largest project they have developed compared to the its predecessors.
CJ Projekt Red chief executive officer Marcin Iwinski said the same thing in a previous statement. Iwinski said that the developers are resolving the bugs found while testing the game. Other than that, they want "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" to have the same good quality in all platforms.
Players should not fret since the gameplay is exceptional and will keep the excitement for a long time. Reports say that the game is actually finished and developers are just delaying it to examine bugs.
"The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" will reportedly start with tutorial and introduction to the mechanics of the game as per one of the testers dubbed as Macfoshizzle. There are reports that the game will have an adult content which is highly similar to "Game of Thrones." The theme will be noticeable even from the beginning of the gameplay.
As for the game's mechanics, the whole experience such as the design, characters and dialogues will attract gamers. The fight scenes are "smooth and fun" but it is still challenging. There is a horse gameplay that is quite similar to "Red Dead."
"The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" features a breathtaking environment and "amazing vistas." Gamers will enjoy "beautiful scenery" and a wide map to navigate.
Fans can finally get their hands on "the most awaited game of 2015," "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" on May 19.