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Finished the Witcher a plethora of times and in need of advice from fellow Witcherians

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A little background information on me, just so you know where I'm coming from… I've been a RPG enthousiast ever since the 90's and have loved playing games such as the Might and Magic series, Final Fantasy, Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights, Skyrim and, obviously, Witcher 3. I was rather late to the game, in fact, and only started playing the Witcher in February of this year. I'm pretty picky when it comes to fully enjoying a game, but the Witcher honestly did it for me; an immersive well written plot with amazing characters, fantastic graphics and, of great importance to me, an awesome soundtrack to top it all off. In the last few months I've finished the Witcher 3 three times, my latest playthrough on Death March with an addon called Ghost Mode to spice up the difficulty a bit more. Now that I've finished it, again, I'm left with a feeling many of you have shared on this subreddit — kind of like closing a really good book, or a series of books, that'll leave you feeling empty inside. Consequently, I've started reading the Witcher series and have almost completed them. Nonetheless, there's the gamer inside of me that wants to get back to a gripping tale I was told by CDPR in the Witcher, but I feel that'll have to wait till Cyberpunk releases. In the meantime, could any of you suggest to me a game that has gripped you as the Witcher has? I'm looking for a PC game that comes close to being as immersive as the Witcher, with a good plot, great music and leaving you hungry for more. Any suggestions welcome and I thank you in advance for helping out a fellow gamer in need!


EDIT: Finished the Witcher 1 and 2, as well.

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