In providing new details on some of the regions within The Witcher 3, writer Jakub Szamalek explained that the order in which those areas are visited, and in which the story is experienced, is up to the player.
"If you become tired, or bored, you can always go to a different place," said Szamalek. "What's exciting about the Witcher 3 main storyline is that it's not linear structure branching, it's actually a collection of elements which you have to find, combine and then get a full picture in your head."
The order in which players proceed through The Witcher 3 affects not just what they see and when they see it, but how they see it. A second playthrough done in a different manner will offer "a slightly different angle on things," said Szamalek.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be released in 2014 on Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Check out our E3 preview for more details.
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