The Witcher 3 is ready to devour hours of time as players begin to delve into its world and incredibly deep lore. Continuing (and ending) the legend of Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher 3 begins shortly after the ending of The Witcher 2. Since it is a continuation, your decisions in the previous game will make an impact on The Witcher 3.
Now, if you’ve never played The Witcher 2, or are playing on a PlayStation 4, which is receiving its first The Witcher game in the form of Wild Hunt, have no fear. CD Projekt RED included a mechanic in-game that will allow players to establish the world state in this latest entry to the series. Set up as a sort of interview prior to Geralt’s adventure, players will have to answer a series of questions that will serve as The Witcher 2 decisions.
Since the answer to each question greatly effects the way Geralt views the world, how he is received by the people, and quite possibly the presence of certain characters, we’ve put together a list of the questions, their answers, and their meanings. Naturally, this will require some serious spoilers of The Witcher 2’s storyline, so if you don’t want to be spoiled stop reading this guide right now, and go play the second game in the series immediately.