This generation of gaming has been a slow evolution. One small step for man, one tiny leap for video games. It becomes abundantly clear as time goes on and our thought process fits into this new groove building into a venomous rut– something we, as gamers should not have to accept. Our beloved games are launching, regularly unfinished. A state of mind that has become ‘normal.’
Drive Club, Halo: Master Chief Collection, and Assassin’s Creed: Unity were last years ‘big hitters.’ Drive Club launched with completely broken online stability; Halo launched with co-op and multiplayer online functionality; Assassin’s Creed launched to what resulted in several gaming bugs including the nightmarish ‘faceless’ characters.
Enter the company that has been honest with the gamers since minute one: CD Projekt Red Studio. The developer who gives the gamers what they are asking for. Tosses in a load of free download content, several pushbacks to their most anticipated title and voila! At last a perfect launch title! The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Though numerous setbacks and countless hours of internal code manipulation didn’t exactly help the game launch to a perfect experience. This goes to show that even an honest, straightforward development team can not always deliver on their promise.
With that being said, here are fifteen of the most downright dirty bugs, glitches and game breaking sequences we have dug up from around the internet.
Disclaimer: Some of these glitches and bugs were caught on video before any major patches were released.
All right. So this glitch is not so bad. In fact it might be of some great use to many gamers: Need some money? Sure. We could all use some cold hard cash from time to time (or in my case all the time!). So why not go out, find a Monster Nest and duplicate an endless amount of loot. Loot that can then be collected and turned into money! But be warned: this is probably the friendliest glitch we have listed. Take advantage of it while it is still available.