The Witcher 3 For PS5 And Xbox Series X | S Is Very Close: It Has Already Received Its Age Rating!

New generation versions of The Witcher 3 have been included in PEGI, which usually indicates an upcoming release.


The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been one of the most important video games of the last decade and a proposal that has directly influenced the industry and the approach and approach of open worlds. Now, the title of CD Projekt RED is preparing its arrival to the new generation, and its release date may be closer than we think.

This is indicated by the fact that this week it was included in the European age classification body, PEGI. The versions of PS5 and Xbox Series X | S are in it, specifically within the Game of the Year edition. This usually happens when a game is close to its launch, something striking as there is no approximate official date known.

Some are linking this news with the imminent arrival of the second season of the Netflix series, which will premiere on the platform on December 17. It could be a good occasion for fans of the game to be interested in the series, and those who have known the franchise thanks to the Netflix production dare to try the title.

For now, we only know of this new version that will include all the downloadable content plus some new ones related to the series, which will also reach the previous generation. On a technical level, it will have visual improvements, be compatible with ray tracing technology, and significantly improve its loading times on consoles.

The third numbered instalment of the adventures of Geralt de Rivia did not leave anyone indifferent at the time, and this new version may be an ideal opportunity to get the glove if we have not yet had the chance. Our analysis of The Witcher 3 highlighted that it is an essential title, one of the most lavish and recommended RPGs of recent times.

Source: GamesRadar

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