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The Witcher: Path Of Destiny officially available for you to pre-order now

Sam Cawley

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The Witcher: Path Of Destiny officially available for you to pre-order now

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Why not treat your tabletop to a new Witcher game called The Witcher: Path Of Destiny, which is available for pre-order right now.

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If you’re in the mood for a new Witcher adventure that doesn’t involve replaying The Witcher 3 for the umpteenth time, this new card game could be just what you’re looking for.

If board games aren’t your cup of tea though you’re more than welcome to play The Witcher 3 again, go on, you’ve earned it

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The Witcher: Path Of Destiny is an in depth card game that began crowdfunding last year. It completely smashed its target with the help of over 30,000 pledgers and generated a whopping $6 million. Now that the pledging stage is over you can finally pre order your version of the game, and there are a lot of options depending on how much you want to spend or experience.

Basic packages of the game cost around $55 but some cost as much as $430 for the game and a bunch of side accessories and goodies.

Of course if you’re not a fan of board games you’ll no doubt be counting down the days till the release of The Witcher 4. The good news is that CD Projekt Red has confirmed the game is currently in development, and after the disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077 due to crunch the team is taking their sweet time crafting it.

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We don’t know much more than that at the moment, though there’s speculation that Geralt might return as the protagonist, though as popular as he is I’m sure many fans would prefer a game based around Ciri instead.

That being said, just about anything CD Projekt Red puts out will undoubtedly be better than The Witcher Netflix series, which is still entering its fourth season despite poor reviews from critics and fans.

Topics: The Witcher, The Witcher 3, CD Projekt Red

Sam Cawley
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