The Witcher Tabletop RPG Releasing as a Free Version in July

The Witcher Tabletop RPG

On July 15, R. Talsorian Games will be releasing The Witcher Tabletop Roleplaying Game: Easy Mode for free in honor of Free RPG Day.

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In a post to the official R. Talsorian Games website, the following is stated:

“The Witcher Tabletop Roleplaying Game was the best-selling RPG on DriveThruRPG in 2018 and the creators, Cody Pondsmith and Lisa Pondsmith, are excited to provide players with a simple and free point of entry into a game GeekNative called ‘a delight and a challenge’ and which Tabletop Gaming says, ‘does a great job of translating the deadly combat, elaborate monster hunts, and gloomy setting of The Witcher to the tabletop.'”

The Witcher Tabletop Roleplaying Game: Easy Mode is a 24-page booklet that explains Interlock and simplifies the entire game through character pre-generation and easier-to-understand rules.

The original The Witcher tabletop RPG was set to release in 2016 but was delayed all the way until Aug. 2 of last year.

You’ll be able to pick up your free copy of The Witcher Tabletop Roleplaying Game: Easy Mode from participating retailers and on the DriveThruRPG website this summer.

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