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The Witcher: Farewell of The White Wolf

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  • The Witcher: Farewell of The White Wolf


    „And I was there among the guests, and there drank wine and mead. A wedding of those two people, closest to me, was the most extraordinary of weddings which I’ve delighted by my presence.
    There were so many old friends, known during our numerous adventures, many eminent personalities, whose mix gave a frightening results. I cannot summarize otherwise than by stating that those were the most intense three days of my life.”

    - Dandelion, “Half a Century of Poetry”

    “Farewell of The White Wolf” is an epilogue of the story presented in The Witcher series. Made with the second second part’s engine, it tells about a wedding of Geralt of Rivia and Yennefer of Vengerberg, two destined to each other, who had finally found a little peace.

    During three days of adventure, you’re going to see the returns of closest friends, unexpected guests, interesting stories and... more than just one romance.

    Writing of the script began in July of 2015, the actual work started in January. We hope that we will finish our project in 2016.

    Team members:
    Kalen – 3D Artist, Animator, Senior Environment Artist, Senior Level Designer, Character Artist
    Rustine – Game Director, Senior Writer, Cinematic Designer
    Stolarro - Senior Level Designer, Quest Designer, Gameplay Designer
    Patrol – 2D Artist
    UncleArtr – Junior Writer, Junior Level Designer

    Screenshot Album: http://imgur.com/a/5qjyD
    Facebook Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/fotww/





    Last edited by Rustine; 20-02-17, 18:50.

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    Beautiful Too bad it's not possible to create bigger things with the latest engine

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    • #3
      Can it be done with TW3 engine IF CDPR gave you the tools for it? Just asking...

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      • #4
        wow, awesome, the witcher 3 needs this kind of things
        Last edited by cyberpunkforever; 20-07-16, 21:39.

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        • #5
          Love is in the air.... with a particular ferrous smell of blood?

          Thank you, guys. Hope be able to play it ... soon! ;D

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          • #6
            Great! A pity REDkit based mods were never enabled for the Linux version of TW2.

            ---------- Updated at 09:32 PM ----------

            Originally posted by RageGT
            Can it be done with TW3 engine IF CDPR gave you the tools for it? Just asking...
            It's not in the modders' hands, since CDPR decided not to give tools to developers. Of course if they would have given the editor, lot's of things could have been done.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RageGT
              Can it be done with TW3 engine IF CDPR gave you the tools for it? Just asking...
              Yes, obviously. Could probably be done even better then with the new engine.

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              • #8
                Looking forward to that! Good luck

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mezziaz
                  Yes, obviously. Could probably be done even better then with the new engine.
                  That was me exercising some constraint. I really wanted to shout:
                  WHY THE HELL DOESN'T CDPR RELEASE THE DAMN TOOL KIT?
                  err
                  oops

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                  • #10
                    Guys, we all regret that CDPR didn't release any real modding tools for The Witcher 3, but please discuss this issue in different place.
                    Here we just want to share our work with you and create some hype

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                    • #11
                      Consider me hyped. Super-hyped. I love the fan adventures.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by bengeddes
                        Consider me hyped. Super-hyped. I love the fan adventures.
                        double-true

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                        • #13
                          (forum needs an update to display Telegram/Whatsapp/Twitter/Facebook/other forums emojis! kkk)
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                          Can't wait to play it!
                          And thanks a lot for the hard work!
                          Last edited by RageGT; 21-07-16, 16:22.

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                          • #14
                            Very, very nice.

                            Hm, hm. Maybe this could be an opportunity for proper start-to-end tutorials for people still interested in creating content?

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                            • #15
                              Wow, that's exciting.

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