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The Witcher 4: 'Last Hunt' trailer is a thing of beauty

The Witcher 4: 'Last Hunt' trailer is a thing of beauty

The Witcher 4: Last Hunt fan trailer is a thing of beauty

One fan-made trailer gives us a peek at everything we can expect from the next instalment in The Witcher series.

It has been eight years since the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and fans are desperate to see more from Geralt of Rivia and his adoptive daughter, Ciri. Since its release, two expansions have been released – Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine but with the most recent arriving in 2016, it has been a long time since we have seen anything from the series.

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However, thanks to one fan we can imagine what we will get from the currently unnamed The Witcher 4. The fan-made trailer courtesy of Anonymous Gamer on Youtube gives us a peek at what Geralt and Ciri have been up to since the events of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The trailer shows the pair playing the much-loved (or hated) card game, Gwent in a tavern before they are interrupted by the Nilfgaardians. The scene then switches to an epic battle with Geralt’s husky voice speaking over it before ending with Ciri and her adoptive father leaving the tavern after a “good game”.

Despite it being a short fan-made trailer, it still has fans speculating about what we can expect from The Witcher 4. CD Projekt Red confirmed the existence of the game back in March 2022 followed by a title update in October 2022. Although the studio is keeping its cards close to its chest, we do know the next instalment will be the first in a trilogy and will be made using Unreal Engine 5. We are unsure if it will even follow the characters we know and love from the previous The Witcher games so hoping to see Geralt of Rivia again may be wishful thinking.

The Witcher 4, codename Polaris according to CD Projekt Red, is yet to receive a release date but we can expect it to arrive around 2026. However, with the studio ceasing its work on Cyberpunk 2077, perhaps its attention has turned back to our favourite monster slayers.

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt Red

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