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New The Witcher 3 in-game footage and musical score details revealed

CD Projekt RED, creator of the story-driven fantasy RPG, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, has just released new in-game video footage from the third installment of The Witcher series. 

Portraying the vast and beautiful open world that plays host to the game’s riveting story, The Witcher 3 VGX Gameplay Trailer offers an extended look at the adventure to come. See it here or download the HD version here.
The Witcher 3 is constantly growing and we’re very excited each time we show something new to gamers. The VGX Gameplay Trailer shows some really great stuff that you’ll find in the game and we’re very eager to hear what people think about it, so please leave a comment after you watch it – we’re always listening to what you have to say.” said Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, Game Director, CD Projekt RED.

CDP RED studio is also excited to provide a glimpse into some of the new music direction for this 3rd and final installment in the Witcher series with the VGX Gameplay Trailer. Portions of the music in the game will focus on the raw emotion of traditional slavic instruments and songs to convey the brutality and violence of the world. To achieve this goal the audio team has been recording using traditional and historic instruments with amazing bands like “Percival”, who are masters in this area, to achieve a truly authentic and powerful sound.

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