The Witcher 3 Blood & Wine includes various questlines, but the one a secondary expansion quest, ‘Till Death Do You Part’ is the funniest game ever.
The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt is an action role-playing video game which is developed by Polish developer CD Projekt Red. The Witcher 3 was first published in the year 2015, and it’s a sequel to the Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, which was the third and final game of the Witcher series.
The Witcher 3 Blood & Wine is a second expansion pack of the 2015 Witcher 3 game, which was released for Microsoft Windows, Play Station 4, and Xbox One only. The video game focuses on the main Witcher, Geralt of Rivia, on his travel to Toussaint; it is a duchy (ruled by duke or duchess) untouched by the war, which is happening in the base game. In this, Geralt of Rivia is on his way to unravel the mystery of a beast terrorizing the region.
The expansion, Blood & Wine, received a lot of love and critics too, but it is considered to be one of the funniest games in the series. Despite the critics, the video game has won awards because of its Bloody Baron questline. The plotline of this expansion is appraised a lot, as it includes the surrounding of Redanian King, who has powerful involvement in the whole Witcher’s universe. Although it is based on the player’s choices, these two things are mostly cited when one starts discussing the game’s storyline.
The Blood & Wine expansion is one of the examples of the darkest quests in the Witcher’s video games. Along with that, it has the ability to tell some serious stories about some of the sensitive and controversial topics while making the quests rewarding for the players make them eager to participate.
The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt includes two expansions, Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine, in which two different narratives are explored by the writers as one approach to the quests. The main quest, Hearts of Stone, includes a wedding with a twist, and the second expansion, Blood & Wine, entails a local statue missing plotline.
One side in the second expansion of Witcher 3, Blood & Wine, which is considered to be fulfilling the criteria of humor and action – ‘Till Death Do You Part.’ In this quest, the Witcher 3 entails one of the strangest and funniest moments on its side quests. As the quest covers Geralt’s role in investigating unusual noises coming from a Temple after dark. Geralt later finds out that the disturbances are coming from the spirits of a couple who is arguing.
Funniest Quest: Witcher 3 – Till Death Do You Part
Geralt of Rivia, a popular Witcher, is known for his fighting stance, but in the secondary quest of Witcher 3: Blood & Wine, ‘Till Death Do You Part,’ Geralt is playing the role of a mediator. When Geralt finds out the source of the noises coming from the Temple Backyard, he sees the spirits of a couple, Louis and Margot de Corentin, having a marital dispute. This quest has two opposite endings, which depend on who the player, aka Geralt, chooses to side with.
The two spirits arguing about something, Geralt can only choose one, and each one has different rewards for the Witcher’s services. If the player chooses the side of the wife, Margot de Corentin, they will be rewarded with Gwent, the rare cards, the Vampire: Bruxa, and Barclay Els will be rewarded. Margot’s side is for the players who are interesting in playing the card game, but if not, they can side with the husband, Louis. If the player chooses Louis, Geralt will be rewarded with a Steel Sword with the name Forged in Fire.
The quest ‘Till Death Do You Part’ attracts the players with two things, supernatural and mundane. The player experiences a domestic dispute in the Witcher World, where the supernatural joins the magic. One might agree that the quest is relatable to the players and give a unique experience like no other video game.
The choice is given to the player, Geralt, to choose the side of either the husband, Louis, or the wife, Margot. Witcher 3 Blood & Wine expansion quest, as mentioned by many players and Reddit users, is the funniest quest of all.