Become The Witcher with these immersive video games
Sometimes, it’s just not enough to read a story in a novel or watch it as a show or movie on the screen or stage. Sometimes you want to be in the story just like the characters. You want to be one of the characters and live in their experiences. Of course, imagination is great but sometimes, it’s possible to be physically there in a way.
You can completely leave this world and control another like a god – that’s the beauty of video games, especially virtual reality. There’s nothing like leaving your home while saving money & time on travel costs. No matter how dangerous things may get in the game, you know you’re safe & sound at home. Video games will be a treasured pass time for numerous years to come.
Is there any chance you’re a gamer and a fan of Netflix’s The Witcher? Let’s talk about The Witcher and the games it gave rise to.
Moving to the Netflix home just a couple years ago, The Witcher is scheduled for its next release December 17th, 2021. It’s a Polish-American fantasy drama based on the book series of the same name, and was composed by the Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. It follows life in a medieval-inspired landmass called “the Continent”.
The show takes us to the legend of Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) and Princess Ciri (Freya Allan) who are bonded to one another by destiny.
Geralt of Rivia is a solitary monster hunter, and struggles to find his place in the world where people are often more wicked than the monsters and beasts. And the princess has a special gift. But everyone must learn to independently navigate the continent that gets more and more unpredictable.
The Witcher game
You as the player will take the role of Geralt of Rivia, the traveling genetically enhanced monster hunter for hire. It’s set right after the events of The Lady of the Lake. You’ll be there with your long-time allies and fellow witchers like Eskel, instructor Vesemir and Lambert.
You’ll see characters from the books including Zoltan Chivay, Dandelion the Poet, and the regent King of Foltest of Temeria. And you’ll begin your tale by waking up from a slumber at the school of the Wolf’s mountain fortress Morhen. But you’ll have no memory of who you are and how you got there.
The Witcher 2: Assassins in Kings
When it comes to The Witcher 2: Assassins in Kings, you’ll control Geralt of Rivia, who is one of the few remaining witchers. This game was made with many different paths and storylines, along with varying endings.
You’ll begin the game in prison under suspicion of Foltest, the King of Temeria’s assassination.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Scientists say that the world as we know it has three dimensions of space 一 length, width and depth. And there’s one dimension of time. But experts say there may be several more dimensions existing out there. String theory (one of the leading physics models), the universe works with ten dimensions.
In the Wild Hunt installment, you’ll be surrounded by parallel dimensions and extra-dimensional worlds. Humans, elves, dwarfs, monsters and other races of creatures will co-exist. But non-humans face discrimination.
Wild Hunt comes with two more games 一 Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine.
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales
As the very latest installment, this game is made of five regions never explored in The Witcher universe and franchise. The travels will happen across a number of great maps with an equal-dimensional perspective. Think of Baldur’s Gate.
All the players will take turns playing a certain card from their hand. Cards will have their own values and abilities interacting in varying ways.
It’s time to add The Witcher to your gaming list! What are your favorite video games? And which Witcher installment is the best? Let us know in the comments!