Huge The Witcher trilogy sale happening on Steam

by Sammy Chan
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Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games shown in this year’s E3 event! The developer, CD Projekt RED previous installment, The Witcher trilogy, is one of the best role-playing games out there. If you’re wondering what the hype is all about around their game, you’re in luck to experience it for yourself. There’s a huge The Witcher trilogy sale happening right now on Steam. The offer ends June 18 so don’t miss out.

Why is this one of the best sales at the moment?

Here’s a little breakdown of each game and how much game time it can get you. Low prices for long hours always sounds like a win to us, especially when every hour good, immersive fun.
Main story: The amount of time needed to complete the game if you’re only doing the main quests.
Main + Extras: Completing the game by finishing both the main quests and the side quests.
Completionist: 100% completion of the game. Basically unlocking every achievement on top of finishing the main quests and side quests.
The hours shown are the average time recorded by existing players.

The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director’s Cut (-85% off)
US$1.49 / RM3.45

Main story: 35½ hours.
Main + Extras: 46 hours.
Completionist: 65½ hours.

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition (-85% off)
US$2.99 / RM5.70

Main story: 24 hours.
Main + Extras: 33½ hours.
Completionist: 53½ hours.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition (-60% off)
US$19.99 / RM51.60

Main story: 50½ hours.
Main + Extras: 129 hours.
Completionist: 188 hours.
As you can see, the third game of the series offers the most value-for-money. Despite the slightly higher price, you’re still getting a pretty good deal for top class gameplay. It’s not rated Overwhelmingly Positive on Steam for no reason. If you’re new to this franchise, this is the best time to jump in.
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Do note that the first Witcher game did not age well gameplay-wise. Some players, myself included could not finish the game because of the gameplay. I recommend reading up the first game’s synopsis or watch playthroughs of it on YouTube instead. As long as you get a brief idea of what goes on in the universe then you can proceed to the next game in the series.
However, decisions you make in earlier games can carry over to the third game via save import feature, so make sure that you decide accordingly if you’re big on continuity. Looking for more cheap games? Check out the Humble Deadalic 2018 Bundle here!

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