Did you experience the Witcher 3 Ending? This is one of the most famous games recently, and it is undoubtedly a super game every gamer should have played in this era if possible. The Witcher 3 is the end of a trilogy and maybe the end of CD Projekt Red’s adventure with Geralt of Rivia. A well-known figure in Eastern Europe. While the books justifiably celebrate the subtle but intriguing high fantasy fantasies. So this background is prevalent among Polish fantasy fiction readers. Mid-Earth is similar to their English-speaking counterparts. Important points to keep in mind when remixing a story and universe. That is already well-known among sports fans. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt closes the story of three games, and many players never end video games. Depending on the game, the final few missions are paying for it.
(Also, Cyberpunk 2077 video game which initially released on December 10, 2020 has developed by the CD Projekt RED.)
Difficulties are rapidly escalating, and those who have not explored the side. And improved with commitment may need to fall back on old savings to meet the challenge. The last couple of boss battles are exceptionally nice, requiring careful swordsmanship and careful accumulation of thoughtful tools and skills. While those who do not forget what happens in the politics and fantasy-heavy conspiracy of The Witcher 3 may forget. Even the most wandering player knows who the Big Bad is, and in the end, these enemies meet in person and cut them down is satisfying. Any attachment you have developed to Geralt and Ciri will motivate you to lower these ruthless enemies at once.
But it all goes a bit mentally, not one mission, but two conspiracy switchers are breaking the dialogue and running into the final mission. Throughout the game, the athlete is struggling with Wild Hunt. From the initial dream sequence to the final boss. The player knows that Eradine and the company are trying to hurt Ciri and that they want to stop it. After lowering Eridine, we are suddenly telling that it is indeed Avallac’h. This switch feels weird, at least not because it messed up the whole situation in previous operations. Throughout the game, Gerolt is often unfaithful to Avallac’h, and Jennifer and Ciri assure him that the squid is faithful.
In a final mission before the final boss, Jennifer and Ciri suddenly declare that they do not trust Avallac’h, but Geralt is reluctant to believe them. All of that is a bit weird. And suddenly, painting Avallac’h as a villain seems like a last-minute inclusion to make it unpredictable and silly. It doesn’t end there, but after playing with Avallac’h for about ten minutes as a villain, Ciri appears. No, he’s not, and she leaves to fight the real threat – White Frost.
Whatever epilogue operation and final sequence you see, these last-minute distortions rob them of their impact. And also the final process of the play. There is a “wonderful” betrayal from an unreliable colleague in the first place. Primarily, which is bad enough, but there is a substitute for a new, unknown villain at the last minute. Your fight against what you thought was bad is pretty much meaningless.
So, it is, unfortunately, a common tactic in RPGs. Both Final Fantasy 9 and 10 did it at a level as low as 8. Mass Effect three, and at least the original mass effect did it. You spend the whole game (or series) fighting a Chamstick bad guy. And then you go all the way to the end, and they are not a bad guy. There was another force behind the scenes – you never heard of it, no reason to worry about it.
Further, all tensions are quickly dissipating. Perhaps this is done very well, and it feels like the mind pays to sow the seeds carefully throughout the sporting experience so far. They were spending the whole game, especially RPG. Chasing a long, charismatic villain and finally confronting them can be a little daunting. But trying to revive this old story with last-minute distortions is not the answer to the problem. So, it feels like the players have been deceiving.
Another significant disappointment in the overall conspiracy is that, to talk about the consequential consequences and the 36 finals. Only three of them and only seven of the seven critical ones affect what you see. The last two verbs’ decisions are all put together, and it would be nice if they were very short. Moreover, one of the most important decisions is to complete a series of questions on your side. There is nothing wrong with that alone, but the issues in question are very different from what we know about Geralt’s character.
Suppose you do not suddenly decide that Geralt will break all his neutrality codes and overthrow the monarchy. You will not be able to unlock one-third of the ends because a man who hates him asks him to. From a narrative point of view, it does not feel satisfying because to achieve them. You have to be over with the goals and characters you set. And from a sports structure point of view, it is unpleasant because you feel you have been deceived by what it might be if you want to make such judgments, the “best” or “true” end.
These two issues – switching on at the last minute and relying on a few game moments where the end is late and easily missed side questions. They are incredibly frustrating when there are some great examples of writing, storytelling, and character elsewhere in the game, from the dry—but amusing Geralt’s smile and the warm and human interaction between Ciri and her adoptive father’s surprisingly female handling. The most salient moments of navigating with a teenage boy that we all assume to live in are something we should have at some point. There are a few actual narrative blocks in Project Red that are a clear CD. Thus, dropping the ball at the end of the team is a puzzle, especially when you are drowning for hundreds of hours.
Are you satisfied with the Witcher 3 Ending? There are so many possible endings in The Witcher 3. It’s hard to choose the best ending, or the true ending. In main storyline, also there are individual character endings too.