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The Witcher 3 ~ £23.00 - Mexican Origin

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2y, 4w agoFound 2 years, 4 weeks ago
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, next-generation open world role-playing game.

Pre-order The Witcher® 3: Wild Hunt on Origin to receive the following exclusive items:

• A digital version of The Witcher® 3: Wild Hunt Artbook
• Unique The Witcher® 3: Wild Hunt Hunt artworks
• Premium wallpapers
• A digital map of the in-game world
• The official game soundtrack

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URL : https://www.origin.com/es-mx/store/buy/194188/pc-download/base-game/standard-edition
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#1
So disappointed that this got put back yet again. Sure, in the end it can only make the game better, but the wait is an agonizing one. I think this game has the potential to be THE greatest RPG yet. A lot of good games to play in the meantime at least if I was to put my glass half-full head on for a moment!
#2
ColinB1984
So disappointed that this got put back yet again. Sure, in the end it can only make the game better, but the wait is an agonizing one. I think this game has the potential to be THE greatest RPG yet. A lot of good games to play in the meantime at least if I was to put my glass half-full head on for a moment!

Yeah disappointed myself but after the crap Ubisoft pulled this year with broken release after broken release you can't blame them for not wanting to take the risk of a buggy release.
#3
devast8ndiscodave
ColinB1984
So disappointed that this got put back yet again. Sure, in the end it can only make the game better, but the wait is an agonizing one. I think this game has the potential to be THE greatest RPG yet. A lot of good games to play in the meantime at least if I was to put my glass half-full head on for a moment!

Yeah disappointed myself but after the crap Ubisoft pulled this year with broken release after broken release you can't blame them for not wanting to take the risk of a buggy release.

Very true. It's just that February was creeping ever closer, and now we all have to wait until May which seems Donkeys years away! It was a brave move by the CD Projekt team but I have faith in them to deliver, and if they want more time to put out as perfect a game as they can then that's fine by me.
#4
That said, I read an article that stated that the game is very much finished but they want to eradicate the bugs. Does it really take almost half a year to do this?
#5
I'm more than happy for them to hold it back for a while, if it takes them that long to reduce the bugs on a huge game then you know it's going to be a great experience when you get the game :)
#6
Witcher on origin?? What the actual F... !? #endoftheworld ... heat added tho... its a cracking price!
#7
I hope that my 2 graphic cards will burn!
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ColinB1984

That said, I read an article that stated that the game is very much finished but they want to eradicate the bugs. Does it really take almost half a year to do this?


As someone who works as a software tester, it will take ages. Once they've fixed them, they've gotta ensure they've not broken anything else as a result. It's a lot of testing, prioritising bugs and redeveloping. Takes a long time to get it right.
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Spence1115
ColinB1984

That said, I read an article that stated that the game is very much finished but they want to eradicate the bugs. Does it really take almost half a year to do this?

As someone who works as a software tester, it will take ages. Once they've fixed them, they've gotta ensure they've not broken anything else as a result. It's a lot of testing, prioritising bugs and redeveloping. Takes a long time to get it right.

The problem is that there're a number of people that get annoyed that a game is taking so long to test then release, and a number of people that get annoyed when a game gets released quickly but is buggy. Losing situation for the software houses either way.
#10
Loudmouth
Spence1115
ColinB1984

That said, I read an article that stated that the game is very much finished but they want to eradicate the bugs. Does it really take almost half a year to do this?

As someone who works as a software tester, it will take ages. Once they've fixed them, they've gotta ensure they've not broken anything else as a result. It's a lot of testing, prioritising bugs and redeveloping. Takes a long time to get it right.

The problem is that there're a number of people that get annoyed that a game is taking so long to test then release, and a number of people that get annoyed when a game gets released quickly but is buggy. Losing situation for the software houses either way.

Oh yeah, I know that. Or when something is released, there's still a big bug despite big testing, since its just impossible to ever get every bug, you can't account for every single user behaviour and hardware variation etc.
#11
I'd much rather wait for a game and it be as bug free as actually possible, although the odd one or two don't spoil a game at all for me. I'm just surprised that it can take 5/6 months for this, albeit The Witcher 3 will be one huge game.

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