The Witcher 3 now has a collection of fine art prints.

Art dealership Cook & Becker (the company behind BioShock Infinite fine art) has worked with CD Projekt to put 30 high-end prints together.

They're made from original digital concept and key art used by CD Projekt in the creation of the open-world epic. These prints are described as museum-grade Certified Art Giclees, and they each come with an artist or studio signed certificate of authenticity.

Now, these prints are not cheap. Expect to pay at least 75 - and that's unframed. If you want them framed, expect to pay a lot more. Then there's shipping costs.

I've bundled a dozen of the images in the gallery, below, for your viewing pleasure. Feeling flush?

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