The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition Xbox One
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The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition Xbox One £12.85 delivered @ Base

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Posted 24th Jun
Game of the Year Edition Includes:

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Game of the Year edition brings together the base game and all the additional content released to date.Includes the Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine expansions, which offer a massive 50 hours of additional storytelling as well as new features and new areas that expand the explorable world by over a third!Affords access to all additional content released so far, including weapons, armour, side quests, game modes and new Gwent cards!
Features all technical and visual updates as well as a new user interface completely redesigned on the basis of feedback from members of the Witcher Community.

Play the most polished and complete version of the most awarded game of 2015 - The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt. Now available with all expansions and additional content!

Become a professional monster slayer and embark on an adventure of epic proportions! Upon its release, The Witcher 3 Wild Huntbecame an instant classic, claiming over 250 Game of the Year awards. Now you can enjoy this huge, over 100-hour long, open-world adventure along with both its story-driven expansions worth an extra 50 hours of gameplay. This edition includes all additional content - new weapons, armour, companion outfits, new game mode and side quests.

Play as a Highly Trained Monster Slayer for Hire

Trained from early childhood and mutated to have superhuman skills, strength, and reflexes, witchers are a socially ostracised counterbalance to the monster-infested world in which they live.
 
Gruesomely destroy foes as a professional monster hunter armed with a range of upgradeable weapons, mutating potions, and combat magic.

Hunt down a wide variety of exotic monsters, from savage beasts prowling mountain passes to cunning supernatural predators lurking in the shadowy back alleys of densely populated cities.

 Invest your rewards to upgrade your weaponry and buy custom armour, or spend them on horse races, Card Games, fist fighting and other pleasures life brings.

Track Down the Child of Prophecy in a Morally Ambiguous Fantasy Open World

Built for endless adventure, the massive open world of The Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity.

Traverse a fantastical open world: explore forgotten ruins, caves and shipwrecks, trade with merchants and dwarven smiths in cities, and hunt across open plains, amidst mountains and at sea.

In a time of war, track down the child of prophecy, a living weapon of great power whose coming was foretold in ancient elven legends.

Make choices that go beyond good and evil and face their far-reaching consequences.
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Loving it so far, up there with mass effect 2, spent about an hour a night in it. Level 21, done most of the stuff around velen and novigrad bar high level quests. About to take that boat to skellige. How far in am I?

Gwent's addictive too! Spent an hour last night just collecting cards
jaydeeuk124/06/2019 19:04

Loving it so far, up there with mass effect 2, spent about an hour a night …Loving it so far, up there with mass effect 2, spent about an hour a night in it. Level 21, done most of the stuff around velen and novigrad bar high level quests. About to take that boat to skellige. How far in am I?Gwent's addictive too! Spent an hour last night just collecting cards



You've still got quite a long ways to go, the game has a surprisingly huge amount of content. You might be lead to believe Skellige is the final chapter of the game because it's the last place you can visit at this point in the game, it's not
TheAmazingNoob24/06/2019 23:23

You've still got quite a long ways to go, the game has a surprisingly huge …You've still got quite a long ways to go, the game has a surprisingly huge amount of content. You might be lead to believe Skellige is the final chapter of the game because it's the last place you can visit at this point in the game, it's not


Oh right wow. I keep wanting to play something else for a bit, paid for game pass and not used it much since, but just can't stop playing this.
jaydeeuk124/06/2019 23:31

Oh right wow. I keep wanting to play something else for a bit, paid for …Oh right wow. I keep wanting to play something else for a bit, paid for game pass and not used it much since, but just can't stop playing this.



It's honestly the best title I've played in my 25+ years of gaming. Having said that, a break here and there won't hurt, I took a couple breaks to play other games to help stave off the feeling of monotony which can inevitably set in after a while. I think my first playthrough of the base game finished after about 200 hours or so (completionist). The 2 expansions combined probably add another 50-60 hours or so (again doing everything they have to offer) so you get an insane amount of bang for your buck!
Edited by: "TheAmazingNoob" 24th Jun
TheAmazingNoob24/06/2019 23:56

It's honestly the best title I've played in my 25+ years of gaming. Having …It's honestly the best title I've played in my 25+ years of gaming. Having said that, a break here and there won't hurt, I took a couple breaks to play other games to help stave off the feeling of monotony which can inevitably set in after a while. I think my first playthrough of the base game finished after about 200 hours or so (completionist). The 2 expansions combined probably add another 50-60 hours or so (again doing everything they have to offer) so you get an insane amount of bang for your buck!


Yeah probably right, just arrived at skellige so will leave it there for a bit. In the middle of building work otherwise I might dust off the Vive and steering wheel, not played it since I got W3 in April.

Had no idea there was so much to it when starting out, almost stopped playing it in the beginning as combat felt clunky compared to shadow of Mordor and early quests didn't grab me, but I'm so glad I've stuck with it.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 25th Jun
jaydeeuk124/06/2019 23:31

Oh right wow. I keep wanting to play something else for a bit, paid for …Oh right wow. I keep wanting to play something else for a bit, paid for game pass and not used it much since, but just can't stop playing this.


I played it consistently until main campaign was finished. Took around 5 months. Then played the DLC after a 4/5 month break. Completed both of them in a month or so.

Had kinda put the game to bed after finishing campaign, and as months went on, thoughts of going back to it lessened and lessened. However I got so sick of Rocket League i stuck Witcher back on a month ago and loved the 2 DLCs. You don't really lose the knack of the gameplay either but any longer away from it and I may never have been encouraged to go back to it.

I had EA Access while I played the main campaign and never touched the EA game vault once. The start of the Skellige chapter is a good time to break if you need a change or simply want to save it. There's still loads to come back to when you return. I kept playing thinking a final cut scene was around the corner but there is so much more gameplay left.

If it's any guide to you, I completed it in 288 hours and got 52/78 achievements just as a by product of playing the game.
I'm two minds to either purchase for my Xbox or Switch. Never played it but recent coverage makes me now want to play it.
mattwebster05125/06/2019 08:43

I'm two minds to either purchase for my Xbox or Switch. Never played it …I'm two minds to either purchase for my Xbox or Switch. Never played it but recent coverage makes me now want to play it.



Why not both?
Blinding game. On my second attempt to try and get this game to click and I think I'm there.

Having a tough time having enough healing items though, I seem to be running off of meat and water. Is there an easier way of having plenty of healing supplies? Just about to start the bloody baren quest (which I loved first time).
Great game but I'm waiting for the Switch version. Witcher 3 on a handheld!!
Edited by: "stuartc74" 25th Jun
mattwebster05125/06/2019 08:43

I'm two minds to either purchase for my Xbox or Switch. Never played it …I'm two minds to either purchase for my Xbox or Switch. Never played it but recent coverage makes me now want to play it.


Don't know what it's like on the switch, but on the X it's gorgeous and frame rate is spot on (playing at 1080)
mattwebster05125/06/2019 08:43

I'm two minds to either purchase for my Xbox or Switch. Never played it …I'm two minds to either purchase for my Xbox or Switch. Never played it but recent coverage makes me now want to play it.


Got to be xbox. Best case scenario is the switch is going to cost forty quid and is going to take a graphics hit. Worst case scenario is it takes a massive hit to graphics and performance and is full of bugs. Not sure how important portability is but a game like that will drain the battery fast.

The original versions on ps4 and Xbox were full of bugs but most of those have probably been fixed with patches.
Thanks for responses. I'll wait a while longer and see what performance is like.

Portability is a massive factor at the moment. As long as decent performance.
mattwebster05126/06/2019 12:54

Thanks for responses. I'll wait a while longer and see what performance is …Thanks for responses. I'll wait a while longer and see what performance is like. Portability is a massive factor at the moment. As long as decent performance.


Can play xbox version on a windows tablet or android phone streamed now. Plus you can still use your xbox controller which to me looks far comfier than a switch.
Still the best looking game on consoles in my opinion.
HairyFist25/06/2019 23:39

Blinding game. On my second attempt to try and get this game to click and …Blinding game. On my second attempt to try and get this game to click and I think I'm there.Having a tough time having enough healing items though, I seem to be running off of meat and water. Is there an easier way of having plenty of healing supplies? Just about to start the bloody baren quest (which I loved first time).


Get the ‘Gourmet’ perk. It makes each food item regenerate health for 20 mins or so. You can basically make regenerating health constantly with the water you find lying around.
jaydeeuk124/06/2019 19:04

Loving it so far, up there with mass effect 2, spent about an hour a night …Loving it so far, up there with mass effect 2, spent about an hour a night in it. Level 21, done most of the stuff around velen and novigrad bar high level quests. About to take that boat to skellige. How far in am I?Gwent's addictive too! Spent an hour last night just collecting cards


Up there with Mass Effect 2?:)
Well, I for one, don’t remember Mass Effect to be anywhere near as good as this masterpiece of a game!:)

I have played over 30 hrs and hardly scratched the surface!
And don’t get me started on Gwent! Shame the stand alone Gwent does not look exactly the same way Witcher 3 Gwent looks but still worth trying out!:)
Edited by: "Lestat69" 26th Jun
wicket296126/06/2019 14:14

Still the best looking game on consoles in my opinion.


I have just got back to it in 4k and HDR and yeah, you are correct!:)
jaydeeuk125/06/2019 23:55

Don't know what it's like on the switch, but on the X it's gorgeous and …Don't know what it's like on the switch, but on the X it's gorgeous and frame rate is spot on (playing at 1080)


Of course the frame rate is spot on!

On X at 1080p you must be using 60fps so yeah, it will be spot on!😜
juicedtothegills25/06/2019 00:51

I played it consistently until main campaign was finished. Took around 5 …I played it consistently until main campaign was finished. Took around 5 months. Then played the DLC after a 4/5 month break. Completed both of them in a month or so.Had kinda put the game to bed after finishing campaign, and as months went on, thoughts of going back to it lessened and lessened. However I got so sick of Rocket League i stuck Witcher back on a month ago and loved the 2 DLCs. You don't really lose the knack of the gameplay either but any longer away from it and I may never have been encouraged to go back to it.I had EA Access while I played the main campaign and never touched the EA game vault once. The start of the Skellige chapter is a good time to break if you need a change or simply want to save it. There's still loads to come back to when you return. I kept playing thinking a final cut scene was around the corner but there is so much more gameplay left.If it's any guide to you, I completed it in 288 hours and got 52/78 achievements just as a by product of playing the game.


Jeez! That’s a lot of time to finish and you have not completed all achievements either!:)
Maybe that is why I am dreading going back to it!
I have some girl on my friends list that completed Witcher 3 in a month with all achievements- I would probably have to take a 2 weeks sick leave to match that!:)
Edited by: "Lestat69" 26th Jun
Back up to £14.85
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