Witcher 3 Considering "Insanity" Mode That Would Wipe Saves When You Die
CD Projekt Red currently contemplating ideas for ways to approach uber-tough difficulty option.
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Polish developer CD Projekt Red is working on an "Insanity" difficulty mode for open-world role-playing game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt that sounds like it would certainly live up to that distinction.
During a recent Twitch live-stream, CD Projekt Red developers said they couldn't reveal too much about the Insanity mode, since it's still in development, but did confirm that one idea being tossed around is that dying even once would wipe your entire game save.
CD Projekt Red's overall goal for Insanity mode is to make it incredibly punishing but still fun, developers said, as reported by Game Informer. The developer didn't reveal any other ideas it had for Insanity mode, and it should be noted that nothing has been finalized.
The Witcher 3 release date is May 19, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. GameSpot recently got to play three hours of the game, and you can hear our in-depth thoughts in the video above and read our written preview.
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