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The Witcher 3, Mads Mikkelsen becomes Geralt

The Witcher 3 has had an injection of attention since the Netflix TV series with Henry Cavil as Geralt came out, but now it's up to Mads. That's right, you read correctly, from ...
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Here is the first trailer of the Netflix series on The Witcher

The new Netflix series set in the narrative universe of The Witcher finally shows itself to the public. After yesterday's participation in Comic-Con, the series has in fact released a two-minute teaser trailer, ...

Monster Hunter World: The Witcher 3 event is now available

The Monster Hunter World event is available on The Witcher 3 for PS4 and Xbox One. The new crossover mission allows players to impersonate the famous witcher Geralt, who finds himself ...

Geralt in Monster Hunter: World!

It is with a post on Facebook that CD Projekt RED presents the bomb that every fan of The Witcher and Monster Hunter has always dreamed of: Geralt will be playable in Monster Hunter: World! ...

Dark Horse will produce a statuette of Geralt taking a bath

Dark Horse has produced The Witcher themed merchandise in the past, but their next piece may be somewhat atypical. It is, in fact, a statuette depicting Geralt bathing ...
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The Witcher 3: Game of the Year Game Awards

The Witcher 3 comes from the Microsoft Theater (as well as from any other awarding or voting) with the title of "Best game of the year 2016": now only the formalization was missing, there were not and there are never ...

Overwatch, Ashe Fat Tuesday Challenge available

Blizzard has made it known that, right in these hours, it is possible to access the event dedicated to the 2020 Carnival on Overwatch. Fat Tuesday Challenge of Ashe, ...

Xbox Games with Gold, the March 2020 titles

Microsoft has just revealed the titles that will be made available for the month of March within the Xbox Games with Gold program. Subscribers to ...

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