A ‘seven-year-old Easter egg’ has been found in The Witcher 3, almost seven years after the game’s release


One of the last The Witcher 3 easter eggs has been found, almost seven years after it was released in May 2015.

User xLetalis discovered that Vivienne (Vivienne de Tabris), who players can free from the curse, can actually be found dead after seven in-game years.

Vivien is at the center of the “Song of the Knight’s Heart” quest from the Blood and Wine DLC, where Geralt finds her half-transformed into a bird. He offers to lift the curse, but warns that as a result, the girl will have to live as long as this bird usually lives – about seven years.

She agrees, leaves, and can later be found on Skellige. By meditating for seven years (over 2500 days) or using console commands to speed up time, the player can find Vivien dead in Yennefer’s room in Kaer Trolde harbor.

Phillip Weber, Acting Lead Quest Designer for CD Projekt Red, said it was ironic that someone would discover a seven-year-old Easter egg almost seven years after The Witcher 3 was released.

I’m not sure if this is the last secret, but it’s pretty close for sure. In the last months of development, everyone was hiding so many details that people will probably still find something new one day. This is probably the easter egg I hid the most out of everything I did, so it’s pretty impressive that it has finally been found.

Despite being one of the latest easter eggs at the moment, a PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series version of the game is on the way, giving CD Projekt Red plenty of room to add new secrets.

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