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.
Visiting the final undiscovered locations in Toussaint in my current game. Some wild dogs, and a level 42 Wight, are put to the sword as I mop-up these remaining two places.
While out mopping up the final few undiscovered locations Geralt finds a hidden treasure patrolled by level 40 Drowners, which leads to a short secondary mission called “Waiting For Goe and Doe”.
Clearing out a small homestead of bandits near Tesham Mutna, Geralt finds a note leading to a small secondary quest called The Inconstant Gardener.
This is the final monster contract in my current game. Upon exploring a cave near the Tufo Estate, Geralt finds the lair of a unique Shaelmaar that has been killing workers on the vineyard.
Waiting until night, Geralt sets off to investigate the cellar of the Tufo Estate, at the request of the rather rude Jean-Christophe de Bourbeau. He finds a series of tunnels underneath and a nest of Kikimore and their eggs.
Fighting a level 47 Water Hag on a beach in southern Toussaint. Water Hags are dangerous Necrophages who can throw balls of mud to blind their opponents and have a long reach with their clawed hands.
As Geralt approaches the Seidhe Llygad Amphitheater in southern Toussaint he senses that something isn’t right. Inside he finds a dead woman and evidence that she tried to summon the long dead actress Elsa de Longpré, a spectre who has been haunting the amphitheatre, preventing it being used by anyone else.
Geralt has been asked by Jacquette to check on her fiancée, François le Goff, who has set out on a quest to defeat the beast Grottore in her honour.
The third option, and another ‘not so good’ ending of the quest “A Knight’s Tales”. In this branch you tell the Witch of Lynx Crag that you’ll perform the ritual without her help, and you also fail to find the body of Sir Gareth in the caves below her house.