E3 2019: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year


With over 800 awards, 250 of them being Game of the Year Awards, Geralt of Rivia, Ciri, Yennefer, and Triss are preparing for their wildest ride yet on the Nintendo Switch, coming later this year.

Announced during E3 2019, CD Projekt RED has confirmed that The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Complete Edition will be headed to the critically acclaimed Nintendo hand-held hybrid later this year. The game will see Geralt once more set out to find the Child of Prophecy, a powerful entity that could see the world brought to its knees as it’s destroyed.

However, along the way, Geralt will once more undertake down unimaginable foes, make unlikely allies, and even mend once broken bonds over the course of the game’s epic narrative, which spans more than a hundred hours of content to enjoy including all 16 free DLCs for the game, two major story expansions – Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine – alongside the base game itself.

The Nintendo Switch version is being carefully ported by Saber Interactive in conjunction with CD Projekt RED, the team behind The Witcher series of games. The team has revealed that the entirety of the game will be housed on the entirety of the game card itself, and the physical editions will include a set of goodies for The Witcher fans to enjoy: The Witcher Universe compendium, game map, and stickers for them to show off their love for the series.

This will be the first time the series has launched on a Nintendo console and will allow for an entirely new generation fo fans to enjoy the epic adventures of Geralt of Rivia and friends. Currently, The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Complete Edition does not have a release date for the Nintendo Switch outside of a 2019 window.

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