So after all these years I finally have a good enough computer to run the Witcher 3. So I went ahead and bought the game today and it will be the first time I have ever booted up a Witcher game. I just have some questions.
1) Should I play on the hardest difficulty setting? Usually in games I tend to go for the hardest setting to get a good challenge but I don't want Dark Souls level of difficulty. With a baby its too hard to focus on a game like that right now.
2) Should I read up on the lore of the first two games? Like I said never played a Wicher game before so don't know if I will be lost since this is the final chapter of a trilogy.
3) How many hours can I expect to get out of the game? I don't really care about the answer to this question as much I have just heard people say that it is 500 hours long and I don't know if I believe that.
4) Any good tips? I don't want to know build guides but just some general tips that newcomers may miss would be nice.
Either way I am excited to play as I have been waiting for Cyberpunk 2077 since 2013. It is exciting to see what kind of game quality I can expect.
Currently playing: Outer Worlds (Xbox One X)
Currently Reading: Skaven Slayer (Gotrek and Felix Book 2)
Currently Writing: Champions of Legend Book 1 (3rd Draft)
Currently Watching: Oz (Season 4), Soprano's (Season 1)