The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Sword Of Destiny Trailer Music

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Sword of Destiny Trailer Music.

This is an excellent piece of music, used in the newest The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt trailer. I like the voices / chanting they have in it, and it really fits in well with the theme of the game.

Concerning the game itself, below the break are two stage gameplay demos from E3. The first is by GameSpot, and the second is by IGN. In both, you get to see more of the world, and learn more about the game, the characters, the choices, and the environments. Concerning GameSpot, they also have an article up entitled, “Could The Witcher 3 be one of the best RPGs ever made?“, which is an interesting read. To quote: “What is exciting about all this? It’s the vast world loaded with architectural and topographical details that beg to be explored, and reveal new and interesting secrets. It’s the grotesque creature designs, with each monstrosity and curiosity looking more unusual than the last. It’s how those tough choices are woven throughout the entire world, and how those choices may not have obvious consequences. It’s how those same consequences unexpectedly manifest, bringing grief to Geralt and others even when the choice might seem “moral.”” (GameSpot)

I, for one, am definitely excited to explore this world. Onwards!

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2 Responses to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Sword Of Destiny Trailer Music

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