The Witcher Daemon X Machina Crossover Brings Geralt And Ciri Skins
December is looking to be an exciting month for fans of The Witcher. The first season of the live action Netflix adaptation of the classic novels premieres later this month, with a second season already ordered by Netflix. The Witcher has been no stranger to crossing over to other video game franchises to help introduce Geralt and friends to new players. So far, these crossovers have seen Geralt of Rivia appear in the worlds of Monster Hunter and SoulCalibur 6. Now, Geralt and Ciri are stepping into the future thanks to new The Witcher Daemon X Machina crossover content.
Marvelous First Studio, the developer behind Daemon X Machina, recently shared a video detailing the new Witcher Daemon X Machina crossover content on their official YouTube channel. The Witcher Daemon X Machina Collaboration Pack is now available for owners of Daemon X Machina on Switch. It can be downloaded as of today on the Nintendo Switch eShop.
The collaboration pack will add everything needed to use the character creation tools to let the player model their avatar after Geralt of Rivia and Ciri. This includes their body types, outfits and hair styles. The video shows both Geralt and Ciri in action hunting down mechanical enemies just as well as Witcher fans know they are at hunting down living monsters. This is quite an exciting time to be a Witcher fan, and hopefully this crossover helps bide the time of Witcher fans until the Netflix series premieres later this month.
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