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Steel And Silver, Geralt’s In-Game Swords, Have Been Expertly Recreated By A The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Fan

A next-generation patch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is presently planned for release in Q4 2022. CD Projekt Red has revealed that a new Witcher game is in production.

However, internal issues at the firm have caused the PS5 and Xbox Series editions to be postponed multiple times, forcing players to act independently in order to spend the time until whatever comes next.

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The popularity of the role-playing game skyrocketed when CD Projekt Red released The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2015. The fantasy game series’ earlier installments had enjoyed popularity, but its most recent installment sent Geralt of Rivia’s exploits into the stratospheric.

Along with sharing their passion for The Witcher series on Reddit, Hands0m3 Jack24 also replicated two of Geralt’s go-to swords, the Steel and Silver.

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The swords are made of wood and have been made to appear like they were made of metal. They also have stylized hilts that have been painstakingly constructed and ornate runes that go down the blade.

The swords, which measure about 115 cm from end to end due to the materials employed, are regrettably not meant to be used in combat.

They will occupy a prominent position on Hands0m3 Jack24’s wall rather. Naturally, the artist has received their fair share of compliments for the amazing replicas. Many people have praised the expert craftsmanship used to recreate both Steel and Silver.

Other players are using different methods to get their Witcher dose elsewhere. One user has gone a step further by introducing Geralt into Elden Ring to take on the hardest adversaries.

The Elden Ring character creator has produced a fair number of iconic icons from popular properties like Star Wars and Marvel.

Users are still coming up with creative ways to honor The Witcher, while CD Projekt is still working to recover from the terrible release of Cyberpunk 2077.