The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game ReviewsGamepressure.com
This is the penultimate part of our little series that analyzes specifically Polish easter eggs and references in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. This week itís not a big one, but itís a really cool reference to a Polish comedy from 2000. And itís definitely a treat for the fans of one famous Polish actor and comedian. Read on!
With almost one hundred hours spent in the fantastical Northern Kingdoms under our belts, thereís no doubt about one thing: CD Projekt RED delivered a product that is impressive in many aspects, especially early into the game, when we are still overwhelmed by the amazingly designed world and the enormity of the challenges that Geralt has to face.
However, the deeper we delve into the story, the clearer it becomes that the Poland-based developer was unable to avoid some significant shortcomings despite having delayed the release twice.