Geralt's excursion in The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt has captured the imaginations of players since it was released in 2015. Similar to games like Skyrim and Halo, fans of The Witcher 3 are still playing CD Projekt Red's game with satisfaction and passion. Some of these fans do an amazing job to rejuvenate the world of The Witcher. Most as of late, a dedicated player spent weeks painting a gorgeous portrait of Beauclair Palace.
Now is a happy chance to be a fan of The Witcher. As The Witcher gains popularity on Netflix, many players are taking an opportunity to revisit the darling title. Without a doubt, the vast world of the franchise lends itself magnificently to recreations. For those reasons, it should not shock anyone that talented artists are showcasing their abilities by portraying Geralt's world in new and special ways.
Reddit user MapleFoxArt as of late posted a stunning image of Beauclair Palace that she spent three weeks painting. The painting, which is enormous, circular, and beautiful, uses the same tones and scenery that appear in The Witcher 3. A testament to The Witcher's medieval fantasy roots, Beauclair Palace is an in-game location that serves as a strong beacon for Geralt on his journeys. Beauclair Palace was added into The Witcher 3 out of 2016 as part of the Blood and Wine expansion. It has since turned into a popular location for the title's committed fans.
And, just as Geralt associated with friends old and new in his travels around Beauclair, fan art like this recreation is capable of bringing a local area of players together as well. With thousands of likes and hundreds of comments, most would agree that a lot of fans are appreciative of this incredible work of art. And, however the standard quests in The Witcher 3 are exciting, it can't be rejected that Blood and Wine's substance is equally worthy of praise by players. Blood and Wine is also a large DLC. With more than fifteen hours of gameplay, the expansion is longer than the whole campaign of Halo Infinite.
In all fairness, MapleFoxArt's painting is not the first recreation from The Witcher, and it certainly will not be the last. It does show, in any case, that even after seven years the title is still capably adored by fans. In fact, a map of The Witcher's landmass was created as of late, a feat that shows players the profundity of the world. While it's unclear what future games may hold, or where Geralt's next adventure may take place, it's comforting to see such things and be helped to remember the dedicated local area of Witcher fans.