Witcher 3 City

We've found out a ton of juicy details about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt thanks to GameSpot's brilliant ongoing video series. According to the publication, the upcoming PlayStation 4 role-playing game runs smoothly on Sony's newest home console, and this is made all the more impressive by the fact that the title reportedly features almost no loading screens.

The release's giant open world is split into three main areas: the first is a large, open location that acts as your adventure's starting point, and when you're done there, you'll be thrown into the game's main map, which makes the prologue area seem relatively tiny in comparison. The final location is the Skellige archipelago, a set of islands off the coast of the map. On top of all this, there's the huge city of Novigrad, which is understandably the title's busiest location.

To give some idea of how big the open world is, GameSpot mentions that on horseback, it took around 20 minutes to ride straight from the centre of the map to the northern Witcher fortress. That sounds pretty big to us.

Are you excited for the Witcher 3? What's the first thing that you'll be doing in the RPG's open world? Ride as fast as you can into the comments section below.

[source gamespot.com]