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After almost seven years, one of the last Witcher 3 Easter eggs has been found

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Almost seven years after its May 2015 release, someone has found one of The Witcher 3’s final Easter eggs.

YouTube user xLetalis discovered that Vivienne, a character that players can free from a curse at the risk of dying in seven years, can actually be found dead after waiting so long in the game.

Vivienne is the focus of the Blood and Wine expansion’s The Warble of a Smitten Knight quest, in which Geralt finds her half transformed into a bird. He offers to lift the curse, but warns Vivienne that as a result, she may only live as long as the beast.

She accepts, leaves, and can later be found in Skellige. By meditating for seven years (2,500+ days) or by using console commands to otherwise speed up time, the player can find Vivienne dead in Yennefer’s room in Kaer Trolde harbor.

Philipp Weber, CD Projekt Red’s acting lead quest designer, noted the irony that someone discovered the seven-year-old Easter egg almost seven years after The Witcher 3’s release.

He told IGN, “I’m not sure if it’s the final secret, but it sure is pretty close. Everyone has hidden so many details over the last few months of development that people will probably still find something new one day.

“This is definitely the Easter egg I hid from everyone, so it’s pretty impressive that it’s finally been found.”

While it’s one of the last Easter Eggs for now, a PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series version of the game is on the way, giving CD Projekt Red ample opportunity to sprinkle new secrets.

In our 9/10 review, IGN said, “Wonderfully large and meticulously detailed, The Witcher 3 ends Geralt’s story on a high note,” and we also ranked it high in our list of the top ten open-world games of all time.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale.

https://www.ign.com/articles/the-witcher-3s-final-secret-has-been-found-after-seven-years After almost seven years, one of the last Witcher 3 Easter eggs has been found

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