The author of The witcher series of novels still has plans to explore the mainland in the future. Andrzej Sapkowski, the author of The last wish and subsequent Geralt of Rivia novels, gave a brief update on the potential for more Witcher novels. “They’re in the plans,” Sapkowski told Polish publication Dzieje at the Taipei International Book Exhibition this week. However, he refused to provide any additional explanations about the plot of new stories.
Geralt’s story finally ended in The Lady of the Lake, although a subsequent novel was released in 2013 focusing on some of Geralt’s previous adventures. Sapkowski has previously stated that he had no interest in continuing Geralt’s story The Lady of the Lake, but that he would consider writing additional prequels or sidequels about his famous monster hunter.
Naturally, The witcher has exploded in popularity since Sapkowski last visited the mainland The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt became one of the best-selling video games of all time, and Netflix launched a live-action series that became one of the streamer’s biggest hits. Netflix even hoped it was their turn The witcher in a major franchise with multiple spin-offs, though that was questioned after dismal reviews of The Witcher: Blood Origin and star Henry Cavill’s unexpected departure The witcher.
While it may be a while before fans see another Sapkowski novel, we’ll have more new Witcher content to enjoy soon. The third season of The witcher comes out this summer, while CD Projekt Red has confirmed they’re working on a fourth Witcher video game, which will kick off another trilogy of games. A remake of the original Witcher the game is also being worked on.
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