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Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales

CD Projekt S.A. website
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 23/10/2018 - PlayStation 4
  • 23/10/2018 - Xbox One
  • 23/10/2018 - PC

Advice for consumers

This game was rated PEGI 12 for infrequent scenes of mild violence, mild language and scenes some players may find disturbing. It is not suitable for persons under 12 years of age.

Brief outline of the game

Thronebreaker is a single player campaign for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. Choice-driven, and cast with rich, multi-dimensional characters, it once again thrusts gamers into the monster-infested world of The Witcher.

Content specific issues

Violent scenes include still images of a woman being strangled with a rope from behind, and another of a man being stabbed in the side. Some blood is shown and there are some sound effects to accompany the violence but no reactionary details to make it realistic. Another scene includes a criminal being publicly flogged, the scene is set in the background, the man’s responses are disproportionate to the pain being inflicted upon him and there are no visible blood or injuries. Mild language includes words such as ‘arse-licker’, ‘bloody’, ‘bitch’, ‘bollocks’, ‘gods be damned’, ‘piss’, and ‘shite’. Some of the cards feature gruesome characters shown in the previous GWENT game which some players may find disturbing.

Gwent: The Witcher card game

CD Projekt S.A. website
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 25/05/2018 - PC
  • 25/05/2018 - Xbox One
  • 25/05/2018 - PlayStation 4

Advice for consumers

The game was rated PEGI 16 for the use of sexual expletives. Not appropriate for persons below 16 years of age.

Brief outline of the game

Gwent returns in this standalone turn based card game, where you can compete in competitive multiplayer or single-player mode. Choose from several factions, the proud Skellige, brutal Monsters, cunning Northern Realms or shadowy Scoia’tael.

Content specific issues

The game contains the use of the sexual expletive ‘fucking’.

Other issues

This game contains some card designs which feature characters and creatures that are likely to be horrifying, such as the Siren and Water Hag. The Water Hag is dragging a bloody human body through a swamp, and the Siren card is shown tearing into the flesh of another creature, blood/gore is visible. The game also features mild bad language on some of the cards and battle cries, the word “whoresons”, “crappin” and variations of the word “damn” are used. This game offers in-game items which may be purchased by the player using real-world money.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game Of The Year Edition

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 30/08/2016 - PlayStation 4

Advice for consumers

This game is rated PEGI 18 which restricts availability to ADULTS ONLY and is not suitable for anyone below this age. This rating has been given due to infrequent violence against vulnerable and defenceless characters.

Brief outline of the game

Game of the Year Edition of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, compiling DLC content for the game and expansions: ‘Hearts of Stone’ and ‘Blood and Wine’. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world game, following Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster slayer. The expansions take Geralt to No Man’s Land, lured by a bounty on a sewer monster, and the lands of Toussaint, where a dark secret lies beneath the beautiful exterior.

Content specific issues

The game features frequent strong violence, occasional scenes of violence against vulnerable characters and frequent strong language. Geralt is able to dismember, decapitate, disembowel and bisect his enemies during gameplay combat. Notable scenes of strong violence include, but are not limited to, a raven burrowing into a man’s eye socket and bursting from the back of his shattered skull and a man’s face melting and sizzling after being struck by a fire spell. Violence against vulnerable and defenceless persons includes people being bound to and burnt at the stake, and a child being fed upon by a vampire. The word ‘fuck’ is used frequently and ‘cunt’ is used several times.

Other issues

Geralt is featured in sex scenes with several different women; the couples’ genitals are not visible during intercourse, though there are other moments of full nudity.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game Of The Year Edition

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 30/08/2016 - Xbox One

Advice for consumers

This game is rated PEGI 18 which restricts availability to ADULTS ONLY and is not suitable for anyone below this age. This rating has been given due to infrequent violence against vulnerable and defenceless characters.

Brief outline of the game

Game of the Year Edition of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, compiling DLC content for the game and expansions: ‘Hearts of Stone’ and ‘Blood and Wine’. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world game, following Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster slayer. The expansions take Geralt to No Man’s Land, lured by a bounty on a sewer monster, and the lands of Toussaint, where a dark secret lies beneath the beautiful exterior.

Content specific issues

The game features frequent strong violence, occasional scenes of violence against vulnerable characters and frequent strong language. Geralt is able to dismember, decapitate, disembowel and bisect his enemies during gameplay combat. Notable scenes of strong violence include, but are not limited to, a raven burrowing into a man’s eye socket and bursting from the back of his shattered skull and a man’s face melting and sizzling after being struck by a fire spell. Violence against vulnerable and defenceless persons includes people being bound to and burnt at the stake, and a child being fed upon by a vampire. The word ‘fuck’ is used frequently and ‘cunt’ is used several times.

Other issues

Geralt is featured in sex scenes with several different women; the couples’ genitals are not visible during intercourse, though there are other moments of full nudity.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game Of The Year Edition

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 30/08/2016 - PC
  • 08/10/2019 - Nintendo Switch
  • 19/10/2021 - PlayStation 5
  • 19/10/2021 - Xbox Series X|S

Advice for consumers

This game is rated PEGI 18 which restricts availability to ADULTS ONLY and is not suitable for anyone below this age. This rating has been given due to infrequent violence against vulnerable and defenceless characters.

Brief outline of the game

Game of the Year Edition of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, compiling DLC content for the game and expansions: ‘Hearts of Stone’ and ‘Blood and Wine’. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world game, following Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster slayer. The expansions take Geralt to No Man’s Land, lured by a bounty on a sewer monster, and the lands of Toussaint, where a dark secret lies beneath the beautiful exterior.

Content specific issues

The game features frequent strong violence, occasional scenes of violence against vulnerable characters and frequent strong language. Geralt is able to dismember, decapitate, disembowel and bisect his enemies during gameplay combat. Notable scenes of strong violence include, but are not limited to, a raven burrowing into a man’s eye socket and bursting from the back of his shattered skull and a man’s face melting and sizzling after being struck by a fire spell. Violence against vulnerable and defenceless persons includes people being bound to and burnt at the stake, and a child being fed upon by a vampire. The word ‘fuck’ is used frequently and ‘cunt’ is used several times.

Other issues

Geralt is featured in sex scenes with several different women; the couples’ genitals are not visible during intercourse, though there are other moments of full nudity.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 31/05/2016 - Xbox One

Advice for consumers

This game was rated PEGI 18 for frequent strong and gory violence, violence towards vulnerable and defenceless persons and strong language. Not suitable for persons under 18 years of age.

Brief outline of the game

Blood and Wine is the second DLC expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. As Geralt, players travel to the lands of Toussaint, a verdant realm that has managed to escape the ravages of war. Yet beneath its beautiful exterior lies a dark secret involving Toussaint's knightly order

Content specific issues

The game features very frequent gory violence. As a matter of course, Geralt is able to dismember, decapitate, disembowel and cut his enemies in half during gameplay combat. Violence against vulnerable and defenceless persons includes a child being fed upon by a vampire. The word ‘fuck’ is used frequently and ‘cunt’ is used several times.

Other issues

Geralt is featured in sex scenes with several different women; the couples’ genitals are not visible during intercourse, though there are other moments of full nudity.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 31/05/2016 - PlayStation 4

Advice for consumers

This game was rated PEGI 18 for frequent strong and gory violence, violence towards vulnerable and defenceless persons and strong language. Not suitable for persons under 18 years of age.

Brief outline of the game

Blood and Wine is the second DLC expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. As Geralt, players travel to the lands of Toussaint, a verdant realm that has managed to escape the ravages of war. Yet beneath its beautiful exterior lies a dark secret involving Toussaint's knightly order

Content specific issues

The game features very frequent gory violence. As a matter of course, Geralt is able to dismember, decapitate, disembowel and cut his enemies in half during gameplay combat. Violence against vulnerable and defenceless persons includes a child being fed upon by a vampire. The word ‘fuck’ is used frequently and ‘cunt’ is used several times.

Other issues

Geralt is featured in sex scenes with several different women; the couples’ genitals are not visible during intercourse, though there are other moments of full nudity.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 31/05/2016 - PC

Advice for consumers

This game was rated PEGI 18 for frequent strong and gory violence, violence towards vulnerable and defenceless persons and strong language. Not suitable for persons under 18 years of age.

Brief outline of the game

Blood and Wine is the second DLC expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. As Geralt, players travel to the lands of Toussaint, a verdant realm that has managed to escape the ravages of war. Yet beneath its beautiful exterior lies a dark secret involving Toussaint's knightly order

Content specific issues

The game features very frequent gory violence. As a matter of course, Geralt is able to dismember, decapitate, disembowel and cut his enemies in half during gameplay combat. Violence against vulnerable and defenceless persons includes a child being fed upon by a vampire. The word ‘fuck’ is used frequently and ‘cunt’ is used several times.

Other issues

Geralt is featured in sex scenes with several different women; the couples’ genitals are not visible during intercourse, though there are other moments of full nudity.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 13/10/2015 - Xbox One

Advice for consumers

This game is rated PEGI 18 which restricts availability to ADULTS ONLY and is not suitable for anyone below this age. This rating has been given due to frequent strong violence and strong language.

Brief outline of the game

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world game, following professional monster slayer, Geralt of Rivia. In Hearts of Stone, Geralt travels to No Man’s Land, lured by a bounty on a sewer monster, but he soon becomes entangled in a much larger mystery.

Content specific issues

Both the base game and DLC campaign feature frequent gory violence. Decapitation, disembowelment and bisection are featured as a normal part of gameplay. Gross violence also features prominently in cut scenes; for instance, people are burnt at the stake in one, while another shows a man’s head hanging off his neck by a shred of skin. The game also features frequent use of the word ‘fuck’.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone

CD Projekt S.A.
Release Dates & Platforms:
  • 13/10/2015 - PlayStation 4

Advice for consumers

This game is rated PEGI 18 which restricts availability to ADULTS ONLY and is not suitable for anyone below this age. This rating has been given due to frequent strong violence and strong language.

Brief outline of the game

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world game, following professional monster slayer, Geralt of Rivia. In Hearts of Stone, Geralt travels to No Man’s Land, lured by a bounty on a sewer monster, but he soon becomes entangled in a much larger mystery.

Content specific issues

Both the base game and DLC campaign feature frequent gory violence. Decapitation, disembowelment and bisection are featured as a normal part of gameplay. Gross violence also features prominently in cut scenes; for instance, people are burnt at the stake in one, while another shows a man’s head hanging off his neck by a shred of skin. The game also features frequent use of the word ‘fuck’.