There are lots of cool hidden places in The Witcher 3, but here are my top ten places to find that are off the beaten track.
In “Without A Trace” Geralt investigates the dwarven Herbalist’s missing apprentice and traces him to a partially deserted village.
Novigrad Hospitality is a short secondary quest that can be picked-up while riding through Yantra. Two men, Victor and Gascoigne, invite Geralt over for a drink, then try to steal his things.
There are two banks in the game that will change your old money into spendable gold if you ask them. There’s the Bank of Vivaldi on Heirarch Square in Novigrad, and there’s the Cianfanelli Bank at The Gran’place in Toussaint.
You’re walking through the game, minding your own business, when someone, somewhere says this, and you overhear it… Did you just hear that right?!
There are quite a few quests in The Witcher 3. In fact: there are 309 in total. These are my top 30 favourites.
I’m so shocked and disappointed by this ‘floating table’ bug that I turn Sasha down for sex after she prepositions me.
So who stole the money from the high stakes Gwent tournament organisers? All is revealed in this video, which of course contains spoilers.
The final round of the high stakes Gwent tournament at the Passiflora. Geralt beats the final man – Count Tybalt – but then discovers that the prize money is missing.
The second and third rounds of the high stakes Gwent tournament are easier than the first. Sasha is beaten fairly easily in the second round, and Finneas goes down punching in the third round.