The aim of the game in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood And Wine is to slay monsters and progress the story. However, role playing game (RPG) lovers are in it for the power building. Find better weapons, work your way up, and hit the next monster with a more powerful smash. Grinding your way to become more powerful is a drudge, but the story and the new surroundings make up for the repetitive work you have to do.
Over 30 hours of adventure and expansion packs to make it longer
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood And Wine game boasts that it has 30+ hours of game play, but true RPG lovers will spend weeks building their character up and making sure he has the best weapons before taking down the next batch of monsters. The game also has a solid story and plenty of romance and twists. This is the third instalment, and there are new weapons, items, and armor. Plus, you can combine items to create more powerful weapons.
The grind is sometimes a little too much
If you are a fan of the Witcher franchise, then there is no reason why you shouldn’t buy this game. However, the game involves a lot of fighting, and many of the moves you pull are the same from one fight to the next. There are plenty of good reasons to play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood And Wine, but the grind is sometimes a little tiresome.