Witcher 3 Wild Hunt
Welcome to the walkthrough for the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the third and final game in the series for Geralt of Rivia (at least for now). If you played the last installment of this series you'll have an idea of what to expect, this time around though it's a much bigger more open world available to you. This game is an RPG meant for a more mature audience; expect nudity, swearing, and gratuitous violence.
This walkthrough will demonstrate how to get all 78 achievements (52 in the main game) in 1 playthrough of the game, but a new game+ was added as free DLC and everything carries over except for your gwent cards. I started on Medium (Sword and Story) difficulty, but that was because I thought there were missable achievements for taking different paths like in the Witcher 2. It helped to get to know the map and also mop up most of the achievements that weren’t story-based. But you can definitely do this in one playthrough, so go on and set the death-march difficulty.
The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt is a fabulous game with rich, fascinating tales to be enjoyed. For this reason, there are times I will be vague in this walkthrough so that you may also enjoy the game as I did. That means you might encounter a few surprises here and there as you chase those achievements. The game also has choices that determine the final outcome of a quest and even the game. These choices will be left entirely to you, save for the choices that might affect an achievement.
Be patient and enjoy the game. It’s not a game you can rush through, and at times you might go days without hearing that satisfying ping of an achievement unlocked.
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