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Assassin's Creed Unity Easter Egg In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? Head Bug With Triss Merigold Discovered By Players

Assassin's Creed Unity Easter Egg In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? Head Bug With Triss Merigold Discovered By Players

Assassin's Creed Unity Easter Egg In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? Head Bug With Triss Merigold Discovered By Players
January 03
08:18 2016


Assassin’s Creed Unity Easter Egg In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? Head Bug With Triss Merigold Discovered By Players

It seems like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt took some inspiration from Assassin’s Creed Unity. Reddit user ThinkSammich has in fact posted a bug that actually removes the head of Triss Merigold in CD Projekt RED’s role-playing game.

As you might remember, this very same glitch was among the most annoying during the launch window of Ubisoft’s action-adventure on both consoles and PC. Furthermore, another user unveiled that this bug was in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, too, but in that case it was due to “the enhanced combat mod or something” and applied to Sile.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt vs Assassin's Creed Unity Bug Comparison 1

Assassin's Creed Unity vs The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Bug

It’s also interesting to note that this news, and in particular the comparison with Assassin’s Creed Unity, wasn’t that much appreciated by the community.

User ThinkSammich, who posted the bug first, had to say this later on:

“Just wanted to note: I have gotten a few PMs that were upset about this post. I did not intend for this to be negative towards CD Projekt Red in any way. These kinds of hiccups are expected week one in a game the size of TW3. It in no way detracted from my experience, I got a good laugh out of it and continued on my way.”

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  1. 
Necrox
    Necrox January 04, 08:18

    So, a couple of points from my pe1onal experience. Maybe they’ll help someone:n- I suffer from motion sickness often. In ca1, many theme park rides, and some games.n- When I was younger I could not play FPS games, they made me sick within minutes. But they were so cool that I forced myself to keep trying, and eventually I got used to them. Today I can play almost all fi1t pe1on games. Notable exception? Subnautica… ugh. I love that game so much but it just makes me sick, especially the SeaMoth n- Streaming: I’m more likely to get sick streaming an FP game than playing it myself. It actually helps a lot when you’re in control you1elf – streaming is wo1e.n- Motion blur is bad. Turn it off.n- I have a Rift. FPS motion games make me sick, but generally not other VR stuff anymore. Like FPS way back when, I got more and more used to it (after a couple of weeks of playing for about an hour a day total, on average). I can play much longer sessio1 and with much more movement now than when I got it.nRiding ca1 on winding mountain roads though? That’s apparently never getting better.

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  2. 
Corruption
    Corruption January 05, 08:18

    And it’s okay for Oculus to not support such a tiny fraction of an already small market.

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