Witcher 3 Death

A point that we've made countless times now: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a massive game. So massive, in fact, that Geralt's maximum level has been the point of much debate, purely because next to no one's managed to find and finish every available quest in the release. Indeed, quests are your main source of experience points in the open world adventure, with enemies yielding rather pitiful amounts when they're slain.

As such, once your quests dry up, levelling up is going to be tough, so it's best to plan out your most wanted skills and grab them while you can. However, CD Projekt Red's community manager, Marcin Momot, has said on Twitter that "there is no level cap", which potentially means that you could go ahead and unlock every single skill in the game if you have the patience to do so.

Easier said than done, though. By our calculations, it'd take approximately 18.5 billion years to get enough skill points to grab every skill and subsequent upgrade if your only means of gaining experience was slaughtering wolves and bandits over and over again. Plus, it's worth remembering that you can only equip 12 skills at any one time, so it's not really worth the effort, is it?

[source twitter.com, via uk.ign.com]