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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt gameplay footage shown off in lengthy demo

A lengthy Witcher 3: Wild Hunt gameplay trailer has been revealed, with 35 minutes of the game shown off.

In development at CD Projekt Red, The Witcher 3 is the third instalment in the Witcher series and arrives on Xbox One, PS4 and PC February 24 2015.

As you watch this extensive gameplay trailer, you’ll be guided through the game by one of the game’s developers.

To begin with you’ll start in Novigrad, which is described as “a living, breathing ecosystem of thousands inhabiting its corners.”

“Everyone in the city, all thugs, beggars, lords and peasants have their day and night activities and pasttimes. They make all of Novigrad’s four districts unique, characteristic places, world within a world to explore.”

Geralt of Rivia is seen riding in on his trusty side, with the head of the griffin he’s just slayed bouncing at the horses hind legs.

Throughout the trailer you’ll be treated to some of the game’s cutscenes, combat mechanics and be able to sample the stunning scenery.

You’ll even see some of the magic spells or signs you have at your disposal.

If we tried to summarise all the information offered in the latest Witcher 3 gameplay trailer we’d be here for quite some time, so make sure to sit through the video below. Trust us it’s worth the watch.

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