Lavishly gruesome new Witcher 3 cinematic

What constitutes a monster?

CD Projekt Red has produced a brutal new cinematic for The Witcher 3 to highlight the morally ambiguous tone of the game, and series.

It's not for the faint hearted.

The point is that Geralt, now aged and bearded, fights monsters of all kinds - snarling and fanged and gruesome, or clothed and normal like you or me.

It's a typically lavish production and Geralt appears to even have a trick up his sleeve this time.

Enjoy. But not with children.

The Witcher 3 is due on PC, PS4 and Xbox One at some point next year.

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