The Witcher 3, athora's Yennefer cosplay is full of natural energy

The Witcher 3, athora's Yennefer cosplay is full of natural energy

The Witcher 3

To celebrate WitcherCon, let's see this Yennefer of Vandenberg cosplay made by cosplayer athora. The version of the character chosen is that of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, as you will surely recognize at first glance.

athora has decided to focus on the more philosophical side of the character, placing him in a natural context, from which he probably stands drawing energy to cast his spells. The costume itself is very neat, with all the details in place, including the hairstyle and makeup. The facial expression is also adequate.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was one of the most loved games of the PS4 / Xbox One generation. It will soon return in a remastered version for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X and S, with some free DLC inspired by the Netflix series as well.

If your life is empty without cosplay, look at Adam's from _elly ._. baxter_, Black Widow's from missbricosplay, Sylvie's from madsfive, Lisa's from anastasia.komori, Ida's Emean by ladalyumos, Freezer by freza_sama, Harley Quinn's by Shirogane-sama, Zelda in Gerudo's version by japp_leack, Beidou's by shermie_cos, Morrigan's by Lada Lyumos and Lisa's by aoimomoko.

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The Witcher 3’ Is Getting Free DLC From The Netflix Series For Re-Release

The Witcher 3


WitcherCon was this week, a new convention that had to be all-digital this year, but appears like it’s going to be a regular thing going forward, mainly focused on the Netflix series (multiple series, now) though the games are certainly going to have a presence as well.

We got a bunch of new stills and trailers for The Witcher season 2 on Netflix, coming this December, but what caught my eye was some news about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s re-release for next-gen consoles coming later this year from CDPR.

The Witcher 3 originally had 16 pieces of free DLC that it released a few months after launch, ahead of its larger paid expansions, and now it’s continuing that tradition with new DLC related to the Netflix show.

No, do not expect some elaborate questline tied to a story from the show. But the announcement is teasing “extra items” inspired by the Netflix show.

I believe one example given is perhaps armor for Geralt in the style of Cavill’s armor from the show. And I suppose that could translate into costumes for other characters like Yennefer and Ciri as well, as previously part of The Witcher’s free DLC bundles were alternate looks and new armor sets. I would absolutely not expect anything so elaborate as “Geralt now has Henry Cavill’s face” or something, as awesome as that might be.

We still don’t have a date for the next-gen update for The Witcher 3, which is promised to only be coming “later this year.” CDPR is not big on release dates lately, as Cyberpunk players are still waiting on dates for both its own pack of free DLC and its next-gen release, both of which are supposed to be arriving within the next six months.

Though The Witcher Netflix show is straight adapting the books and disparate from the games, the two are interlinked regardless, as Witcher game fans helped propel the show to be a hit, and are its biggest cheerleaders. Henry Cavill himself is a huge gamer, and took inspiration for his Geralt performance from the games, he’s said publicly. With Cyberpunk’s standalone multiplayer game cancelled, it seems like CDPR’s next big project is likely to be The Witcher 4, though where exactly they take the series from here in the wake of Wild Hunt is anyone’s guess. Not going to rule out an entire game starring Ciri, for instance, but I guess we’ll have to see.

The Witcher universe is only getting bigger from here, despite its origins way back in 1986 when  Andrzej Sapkowski created the world. Excited to see how it evolves.

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