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CD Projekt Red's The Witcher Gets Netflix 'Toss A Coin To Your Witcher' Mod

The popular ballad has found its way into Geralt of Riva's 2007 PC adventure.


While Netflix's The Witcher is solely based on the books, the TV series and CD Projekt Red's video game adaptation have now crossed over in an unexpected way. A popular song from The Witcher TV series can be seen in Geralt of Rivia's first adventure, 2007's The Witcher, thanks to a new mod.

You can add "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher," a song performed by the show's version of Dandelion at the end of the second episode, to the original Witcher PC game by downloading Hubert Wiza's mod from Nexus Mods. Once installed, it appears as an in-game cutscene during The Witcher's third chapter. The song replaces Dandelion's performance at The New Narakort Inn.

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The Witcher's main campaign is lengthy and getting to the third chapter just to see the cutscene could take a while, so Wiza uploaded the full performance to YouTube for your convenience. You can check it out below.

This mod really capitalizes on The Witcher games' recent resurgence in popularity. Since The Witcher TV adaptation debuted on December 20, the games have seen huge player spikes on Steam. CDPR's third installment in particular, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, had more people playing than ever before since its 2015 launch. Though the show and the game remain separate entities, CDPR and author Andrzej Sapkowski recently settled a royalties dispute that "confers new rights" to the developer.

Prior to Netflix's The Witcher receiving less than favorable reviews from some critics, the show had been picked up for a second season. In our The Witcher Season 1 review, we said, "If you're utterly devoted to the world of The Witcher, you'll certainly enjoy the familiar aesthetic and characters, but beyond that, this series is hard to recommend."

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