It's a heart-warming message by the developers to the fans who stuck with the company since the release of The Witcher back in 2007.
The Witcher 2: Assasins of Kings, which was probably one of the best games of 2011, made the game much more attractive for gamers.
To celebrate the milestone, developer CD Projekt Red produced this teary video which shows Geralt reminiscing during a birthday party at the Corvo Bianco, Toussaint, where the characters are playing Gwent, naturally. In the spring of 2017, one of the Studio bosses told investors that say, "we'll think about it, but "the Witcher" was conceived as a trilogy, while the trilogy may not be the fourth parts". The video is a nice touch to mark an important date in the Witcher calendar and the inclusion of so many fan favorite characters is great. Which for me works just fine as you cant rush a masterpiece. A few seconds into the video, however, after viewers were treated to the sight of characters whom they have grown to love, it's revealed that Geralt was actually talking to those who have been with him through all three games.
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Also, those who played the last game in the series, called Wild Hunt, will surely be eager to find out what the Witcher has been doing all this time. Don't be surprised if you have the urge to return to the series after watching this.
The video's YouTube comments section reflects the effect Witcher 3 had on many people.