Jakub Szamalek has posted a response in regards to the sex scene criticisms in his video games, which includes the upcoming “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.” According to a report from Unigamesity on Nov. 30, the writer disclosed that the gaming industry is not treated in the same way as the other entertainment mediums regarding the depiction of sex and violence.
Jakub Szamalek, who is a former novelist, told Eurogamer in an interview that mature-rated books and movies often “go much further” than video games. However, the two mediums aren’t criticized as much. You can take a look at a batch of “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” screens in the slideshow to the left of this article and the comments from the writer below (courtesy of Eurogamer and Unigamesity):
So even though we’re trying to tell a story for adults, we are sometimes criticised for being too brutal or putting too much eroticism in our games, whereas books or movies that are addressed to the same audience, and go much further than we do, do not get the same sort of criticism. We are looked upon in a slightly different way.
For “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt,” CD Projekt Red promises that the scene and romantic elements will be taken seriously with a mature sense. The depiction of the love-making should be similar to “The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.”
The development team is planning to complete the development for “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” next year. The open-world action role-playing game is expected to come out for the PC, as well as the recently-launched PS4 and Xbox One consoles, at the same time. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is partnering with CD Projekt Red to distribute the software product in North America.
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