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.
These are unique Witcher 3 monsters that are not contracts, but are related to quests and haven’t been mentioned in either our Boss Fights Guide, our general Monster Guide, or our Monster Contracts Guide.
The poignant denouement of Blood and Wine. Geralt and Regis enjoy a mug of Mandrake brew under the stars at Mère-Lachaiselongue Cemetery and talk about the long past and the near future.
The dramatic vampire attack on Beauclair worsens, as Geralt and Regis make their way through the city to find Damien de la Tour.
The start of the classic Blood and Wine quest “The Night of Long Fangs”. Geralt first insults Anna Henrietta (to gasps from the crowd – thankfully there are no repercussions), before fighting a Bruxa on palace grounds.
The dramatic attack on Dun Tynne Castle – aided by Regis and Detlaff – during the quest “Capture the Castle”, is the continuation of the Beast of Beauclair storyline.
There are quite a few quests in The Witcher 3. In fact: there are 309 in total. These are my top 30 favourites.
It’s safe to say that The Witcher 3 is packed full of humorous moments. Some of them even laugh-out-loud. I kept a tally of those occasions where the game made me laugh.
It’s time to brew, and take, the potion Resonance and go on a dream trip of a vampire’s previous life. After Geralt dreams the Detlaff visions, they turn up a lead in Toussaint.
A dramatic scene between Geralt and Regis, with the latter going into a torture cage in order to harvest some of his blood.