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This NSFW Parody of THE WITCHER 3: WILD HUNT is Hilarious

Since its May release, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has consumed many gamers’ social lives. The epic story coupled with the insanely addictive combat has made Geralt’s last journey a memorable one. Oh, and let’s not forget Gwent. CD Project Red was not exaggerating when they claimed that upwards of 200 hours of gameplay would be included–that is if you decide to take up the task of completing everything the game has to offer.

Now, what would the journey be like if our grizzly Witcher was a bit more volatile, thirsty, emotionally unstable, and more colorful with his language? That’s where YouTube user Bitter Strike! Cartoons comes in, with his parody of everyone’s favorite magic wielder. Watch this 6 minute video full of unbridled nonsense that’s entertaining in the best kind of way. Be warned, crude language, spoilers (sort of), and some silly yet hilarious comedy are all included.

Simply titled The Witchar: Wicked Hunt, the video includes plenty of jabs at the most notable moments from the game, and with a crude twist. Some of these moments include the now infamous Unicorn scene with Yen, the snowball fight, and of course, beating the “King” of The Wild Hunt. More importantly, it features Geralt reacting to ghosts the same way we all would and also his more human reaction to a sad set of circumstances from an old lady asking for help. Enough of me giving you the run down, peep the whole video above. Again, make sure you’re at an appropriate location to watch this– you’ve been warned.

Be on the look out for a tiny mushroom that may seem familiar to most of you. What was your reaction when he finally found Ciri? What was your favorite part of the parody? Make sure to let us know in the comments section below. Let’s talk about Gwent: @collegescrubz.

HT: Bitter Stike! Cartoons

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