The Witcher 2 is set to release on PC later this month, and we're excited for so many reasons. Sexy sex cards notwithstanding, CD Projekt's latest RPG is set to feature some seriously impressive tech that may create the most immersive and realistic game world to date.
Entitled the "living world," the play space is a functioning universe and ecosystem rather than a collection of buildings, NPCs and dungeons. Fishermans fish. Hunters hunt. People eat, fight, work and sleep. Guards come out at night - as do nastier critters. I've rarely seen a game world look as immersive as this - and coupled with the graphics, The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings is set to be a righteous hit.
The third video is embedded below, after the jump. And no, it doesn't contain any naked ladies. Sorry.