The Way to announce The Witcher 3
14.01.2013 @ 04:40 #1
So , We all are exited .
How should CD Projekt Red announce The Witcher 3 .?
Trailer , Press Conference , Interview or some other way.?
What you suggest .?
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14.01.2013 @ 05:32 #2
14.01.2013 @ 06:11 #3
I figure if they give us any information, interviews, screenshots, or whatever, those will be gravy.
14.01.2013 @ 09:07 #6
As both the Witcher 3 and Cyperpunk 2077 will be open world, the first time CDPR will be tackling this type of game, addressing and demonstrating this in the trailer, maybe giving us a glimpse of map size, load times between sections (if any), quest types etc. would go a long way to easing some concerns that they can pull it off without it being Skyrim 2077.
I'd be happy with 30 secs of the trailer showing gameplay and the next few mins talking about game features and game design.
So my wish would be the reveal be some sort of a developer walk through.
14.01.2013 @ 10:58 #9
14.01.2013 @ 11:09 #10
I think they shouldn't give too much information yet because it might take the whole excitement away of guessing what we can expect in TW3. A small teaser trailer would be enough to spark a lot of excitement and will most likely start people guessing about what we can expect!
14.01.2013 @ 11:25 #11
Skyrim isn't the only way of making openworld games, neither does openworld mean that any story will be told badly
These are very creative guys, give them some credit
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14.01.2013 @ 12:34 #12
I don't expect the 'big' announcement to be as big as y'all think it will though,but time will tell.
14.01.2013 @ 12:44 #13
They already have made such a game that it beats the snot out of ME3, actually no they've already made two games that beat shit out of the entire ME trilogy.
TW1 and TW2.
14.01.2013 @ 13:21 #14
They are two different games however,ME being science fiction and a shooter.
I was reffering to the conversations and characters,choices and other role playing elements.
I,personally got attached to the TW franchise because of those,but ME has it better.Maybe because the story is finished in ME,and it all got wrapped up,whilst I am yet to see how the Witcher story will resolve,but ME has moments that almost bring you to tears (Ok,not literally,but you know what I mean)
14.01.2013 @ 17:10 #19
If they don't have any actual gameplay footage to show, then I'd rather see artwork and level design and as Gregski said, a transition between TW2 and TW3, something to get us excited and open up possibilities.
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