January 30, 2023


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The Witcher simulation was greeted with enthusiasm.  Fan praise: 'It's almost Netflix level'

The Witcher simulation was greeted with enthusiasm. Fan praise: ‘It’s almost Netflix level’

Andrzej Sapkowski’s world will see another production, but in a slightly milder climate. Studio Viva La Dirt League (VLDL) has announced the development of a parody that this time focuses on the fate of Geralt. The announcement of the upcoming premiere was received positively by YouTube viewers.

Viva La Dirt League is a New Zealand group of professional YouTubers dealing with skits and parodies. On their channel you will find a lot of material related to video games – the most popular series was created 3-4 years ago and was related to Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds. Thanks to three publications, Internet creators can boast of generating more than 52 million views. Currently, their channel has more than 3.7 million subscribers.

We had to wait a long time for the team to notice The Witcher phenomenon and devote more attention to it. However, the authors announced the development of a series of videos – In order to increase the atmosphere of anticipation a bit and give a taste of the style of the placement, we’ve received a trailer that makes fun of the Witcher’s senses privately and randomly.

Soon, the audience noticed that VLDL was not saved again in production, and the recording quality looks promising – under the material you will find a lot of praise for the footage. During the film, we notice that Geralt collects new orders, and we also have the opportunity to follow a short battle – the clash will be well known to supporters of CD Projekt RED works in the Witcher universe. In any case, the collection not only refers to the games of the Polish studio, but also draws a lot of inspiration from the Netflix series.

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The premiere of the full first episode of The Witcher Logic is scheduled to premiere on April 15.