56 The Witcher 3 PS4 Screenshots Show Ciri Gameplay, Stunning Skies, the Usual Nudity and More (NSFW)

on May 17, 2015 5:05 PM

With less than a mere two days to go to the massively anticipated release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, here’s another serving of screenshots of the game from the PS4 version, shared directly on Twitter by quite a few lucky users that are already playing the game.

The screenshots (which may include a few spoilers in the quest text, so beware), showcase quite a few interesting aspects of the game, from the part in which we play Ciri, to the absolutely beautiful skies.

We also get to see a few examples of the equipment menu, the companion interface that lets an NPC fight by Geralt’s side, a lot of boating (and apparently we can be attacked by flying monsters while on our boat) and the barber interface that lets us change Geralt’s hairstyle.

There’s also the usual daily ration of nudity, and if you want to avoid seeing it in full resolution, just stop browsing the gallery when you see the bestiary entry for the Succubi (which I find rather hilarious).

Incidentally, we also learn that the free DLC coming to the game will be release at a pace of two a week, with two included on day one.

This means that we’ll have additional comment coming in a steady flow for seven weeks after release. What’s not to love?

The screenshots in the gallery above are courtesy of Twitter users: Eden ♚X8Y8Z8XDennisDawgChristopher Walkerśúƒƒσćαтíη σƒ šσŕŕσฬSnowAnt and Andi Hamilton.

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