The Witcher 3 Complete Edition Confirmed For Nintendo Switch (VIDEO)
The mystic and Medieval world of The Witcher has long been available for PC, consoles, and soon in the form of a Netflix TV show. Though, there’s still one platform where Andrzej Sapkowski’s popular series has yet to step foot: Nintendo’s premiere hybrid console, the Nintendo Switch. Following numerous weeks of rumors, The Witcher 3 has finally been confirmed for Switch at E3 2019.
In the midst of Nintendo’s presentation Big N revealed a trailer for The Witcher 3, not only confirming the game’s release on their latest system, but also everything else in the Complete Edition. This includes such content as the hefty Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine Expansions, giving future Witcher players on Switch (Switchers?) quite the experience when the port releases later this year. Check out the trailer below alongside an official description from Nintendo.
Welcome to the world of The Witcher – a vast, dark fantasy world where you can spend hundreds of monster slaying hours. And now, for the first time ever, you can explore this world at home or on the go with your Nintendo Switch system.
If you’re new to the franchise, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world adventure. You are Geralt of Rivia, mercenary monster slayer. At your disposal is every tool of the trade: razor-sharp swords, lethal mixtures, stealthy crossbows, and powerful combat magic. Your current contract is to track down the Child of Prophecy, a living weapon that can alter the shape of the world.”
The Witcher 3: Complete Edition is set to release for Nintendo Switch sometime in 2019. The collection is currently available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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