Sorry I misunderstood you. I hope there is no reason for it to ever affect TW3 in a negative way.
I think some people will be disappointed no matter how good it is. There are people who will buy Witcher 3 with the expectation that it's like Skyrim but with a better story and they will be disappointed just because Witcher games aren't as accessible as Skyrim was.To be honest, winning as many pre-release awards as TW3 has is a double-edged sword. Sure, it builds hype and therefore more potential sales, but it also builds unreasonable expectations, which could end up hurting the game if it isn't the Second Coming of Christ. I'd say letting Batman take this one wouldn't be the worst thing that could happen. So, I'm with gregski there.
I think some people will be disappointment no matter what just because they will buy it without knowing what to expect and The Witcher games usually aren't very accessible.
This is pretty surprising. On the 26 ONLY ONCE updated that it was 46-32.
Reminds me a bit of the Morrigan-Geralt Witch or Witcher poll in Origin. What was the score with that, anyway? I stopped following at around 37-63.