I just want to say that this DLC is fucking crazy good.
>starts with a stupid as fuck with against one mage and 30 guards
XDD PREPARE TO DIE GIT GUD! Fuckoff with that shit. If the fighting was actually fund I might have not refunded it
Can't tell if shitty bait or if you're actually that terrible in video games
>instead of hitting with the sword geralt does 3 pirouettes followed by a backwards somersault
>at the same time enemy starts windup animation on a warhammer THAT DOES DAMAGE TO YOU WHEN THE HAMMER IS BEHIND HIS BACK
> But you can play it after finishing the game as well
And you should do that, save the best for last.
The DLC was good but I feel that Gaunter was the weakest part of it. Extremely predictable and even downright annoying at times. He could have been more menacing and it feels like the writers also felt like that toward the end when they forced his character to commit murder without directly and without a proxy where they established his character beforehand as working only through a proxy. They should have left the option for Geralt do be able to refuse him from the start so he could fuck with the witcher indirectly through a few sidequests before he's forced to accept.
But overall one of the best DLCs ever. Vlodimir was the best part.
How does the DLC fit with the story? Is like ME2 where you can play it after you finish the game and still makes sense in the context of the story?
Or you you have NPCs telling you shit like "yeah good luck against the wild hunt"
Can I play it after finishing the game and it doesn't feel forced?
It's it possible to
kill the remaining crone if Ciri is alive? After finishing the game I saw some videos with different outcomes of your decisions and I was impressed how different can playthrougs be, based cdpr