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The Witcher is now a hit TV show on Netflix. However, there are The Witcher novels, comic books, and video games as well. And in this article we list the essential The Witcher 3 tips.
Witcher - Hunt - Entry - Point - Fans
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a great entry point for fans of the TV show. So, for new players unfamiliar with the game, here are the essential The Witcher 3 tips to guide you on your journey.
There are two main reasons you’ll want to consider staying close to the road. The first reason is that you have a better chance of avoiding higher level enemies if you stay on it. While adapting to the world and initially leveling up Geralt, this can serve as an early safety net.
Reason - Pertains - Roach - Horse - Roach
The second reason pertains to traveling with Roach (your horse). Typically, utilizing Roach requires stamina. However, Roach will auto-follow a road without losing any stamina if you hold down the canter key and don’t steer.
While auto-following the road, you can also gallop down it by pressing its respective key twice. Keep in mind, you’ll still have to slightly adjust Roach to stay on the right path.
Start - Game - Geralt - Quests - Experience
At the start of the game, Geralt is pretty vulnerable. Completing quests early on will give you both valuable experience points as well as teach you the game early on. Whenever you visit a village, town, or city you should be checking notice boards to unlock new side quests.
Also, take side quests just so you can experience more of The Witcher 3’s world. To bring their narratives to life, many side quests have their own cutscenes and voice work. As the story progresses, you can also lose access to side quests, so try to complete them...
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