yeah "forever" fits it very well.
you can wait forever, there won't be any new content for tw3
sv3672;n2931293 said:I just finished my first playthrough of the entire trilogy in sequence having finished 1 and 2 in December 15' and March 16' respectively. I cannot believe after all that Geralt is dumped in Kaer Morhen on his own with none of the characters you spend literally hundreds of hours with in existence.
Its so you can buy alchemy ingredients to finish potions etc you havent complete. Plus I was happy to see her at least with everyone else gone. It did feel lonely.The state of the world after the end of the story line
I think, many people have decided to continue playing the game after completing the story line.
I am among these people. During my vacation time I tried to complete the story line and as many quests as I could, completing everything in 79 hours. I can't say anything's wrong about the story line. In mine - Ciri became the princess of Nilfgaard (the best ending to my mind), Radovid is 6 feet under, Temeria has restored status quo, Yenn is living together with Geralt and so on.
And that's where the huge disappointment came.
I hoped that after completing the story line I could spend a couple of hours on weekend just enjoying the scenery, cruising around and completing whatever quests are left.
You can imagine my surprise when I found myself in a totally empty castle (Kaer Morhen)
At first I thought that I'm supposed to look around and Yennifer should be around.
I was not looking for some new quests, which may be connected with her, but for here mere presence, because it was clearly stated after the game that after defeating the Wild Hunt they have not parted with Geralt (Yenn is neither in the castle nor anywhere in the world).
A checked the map and saw a symbol of Alchemy supplier. He was somewhere near the castle.
I tried to go to him, but all the doors I tried were locked. The solution was simple - I just jumped off a castle wall and ran to the location where I've seen the marker. I was ready for anything - for Yenn waiting for me there, some secret merchant, but there was Keira Metz! She was just staring in front of her, not moving for a whole day (at the spot where funeral pyre used to be). You can trade with her or ask everything you've asked in the story line.
Ok, it's a bug. I submitted a request to support.
This is what I got back:
Thank you for your feedback. This is not a bug - this is as designed.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Guys! Are you serious? Yenn is gone and Keira is staring at the scenery because it's your plan?
That's a shitty plan. But honestly I was not surprised, because it's the same response I got for my troubles with FPS in menu (fixed in patch 1.05)
Then I moved to Novigrad, they're still having "Best Non-Human BBQ" feast.
How's so? Radovid has kicked the bucket, but people are still going crazy? Is it a habit now?
I moved to the White Orchard. As I've expected, everything stayed the same there. Nilfs everywhere, Temeria is beyond the law and Nilfgaard's nobility together with soldiers and two guys, breaking Temerian lilies with their pickaxes are still in the Temerian castle.
To complete, I'd like to say that the impression of the game was badly spoiled.
There's nothing wrong with the story line, but the world after it is totally identical to what it used to be. But taking into consideration that winter has passed, it must have been a whole year.
What I want.
We need as many people as possible to
vote in this topic(thread was merged, thanks Dragonbird) and then the whole crowd (or at least, the majority) should send their disapproval to the developers, asking to read this topic and fix the issues. And that's a matter of principle, as I think. For me, as an admirer of both games and book series this is a serious drawback and after completing the story line The Witcher 3 is absolutely unplayable. I tried to complete a couple of quests, but with that paradoxical an illogical world it's no fun.