I didn’t think it would be possible, but someone actually decided to record their entire playthrough of The Witcher 3. Not only that but they decided to do so on the Death March difficulty setting, the hardest difficulty setting in the game.
Shirrako took on the seemingly impossible task of doing a 67 video walkthrough of The Witcher 3: Wild hunt on Death March. Yes, Death March.
One of the things that make the difficulty so challenging is that in Death March mode you don’t get health revitalization from meditation like in the easier modes. You’ll need to keep food and health viles in your quick inventory to stay healed up. And enemies won’t give you an inch during combat.
The walkthrough also covers how to play gwent, though the effectiveness of such a charge will be left to the player’s discretion.
And if you haven’t already played the game and only came for the nude scenes involving Yennefer, Keira Metz, Triss and a few others, you’ll get to see plenty of that throughout the walkthrough. However, if you didn’t come for spoilers it’s probably best to turn back now before it’s too late.
If, however, you came to learn how to fight certain bosses on the Death March mode, improve your combat prowess and get some help with a few quests along the way, the complete 67 video walkthrough above delivers in spades.
If you’ve already beat the game but you’re looking for some fun side activities, there’s a video detailing the hidden Easter Eggs in The Witcher 3, courtesy of the appropriately named Captain Eggcellent.
So here we go, not as many Witcher 3 Easter eggs as I thought but theres a couple of good ones. I’m sure more Witcher 3 Easter eggs will pop up in the next few days so expect to see a part 2 if they do!
For those of you only interested in the boss fights, no matter what difficulty setting you’re playing on, there’s also a bit of help for you in that department as well.
With an hour and a half long video, YouTuber GamerrZOMBIE has a video showing off all the main bosses, the optional bosses and some secret bosses, in case you missed them throughout your journey. It’s not uncommon given that CD Projekt Red did state that the game has more than 200 hours worth of gameplay jammed in there. You can check out the video below.
The Witcher 3 is available right now for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. CD Projekt Red is continuing to roll out patches for the game on each system, as well as new DLC that’s free. You can learn more about the game by paying a visit to the official website.