CD Projeck has released a new developer diary video for their upcoming RPG, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.
In the video, senior dev-team members talk about the character development system, and the various difficulty levels the game can be set to.
Even better is that the video is almost non-stop combat showing everything from sword fighting and magic wielding to bomb throwing.
Those with gaming PCs that can handle it should be very excited.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Developer Diary on Character Development and Items
CD Projekt RED is pleased to announce the release of a new video developer diary in which senior team members talk about two elements that are of tremendous interest to RPG fans. The character development system has three main branches, swordsmanship, magic and alchemy. It isn’t possible to master them all, so players will have to make meaningful choices to specialize or diversify.
The equipment system has been significantly expanded and improved. The hero, Geralt of Rivia, will be able to fight not just with his trusty steel and silver swords, but also with hammers, axes, halberds… even oars and pails. In addition, if he acquires the appropriate instructions and components, he can pay craftsmen to produce a wide range of weapons, armors, upgrades, traps and more.