The creative earned the respect of the community for the way he approached the trolling of a player
Thanks to its compelling story, extremely fun mechanics, and iconic characters, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt became one of the most outstanding titles of the past generation. For this reason, it is not surprising that established personalities in the industry express their admiration for the excellent work that CD Project RED did.
Cory Barlog, director behind 2018’s God of War and other titles in the series, is a huge fan of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt , as demonstrated in 2019 when he expressed his amazement at the work that went into the port for Nintendo Switch . Now, the creative did not hesitate to show his admiration for the RPG of the Polish studio in a recent tweet.
IS THE WITCHER 3 BETTER THAN GOD OF WAR? THIS IS CORY BARLOG’S OPINION
What happens is that Cory Barlog uploaded an image of Kratos on his Twitter account, to which a user did not miss the opportunity to joke and ensure that the third installment of The Witcher is better. To his surprise, the God of War director did not deny such a claim.
This situation caused the astonishment of the very user who wanted to troll the creative, who originally thought that his comment was going to cause him a block. Also, he said it was a joke and stated that he has high expectations for God of War: Ragnarök . Of course, community members applauded this situation, which is undoubtedly a far cry from the toxic behaviors that are very common in Twitter discussions.
This is not the first time that Cory Barlog shows interest in a project that is not his. A few days ago he became the subject of controversy after expressing his excitement about the launch of Halo Infinite , which caused the displeasure of a sector of PlayStation gamers.
In addition, the prestigious director and creative caused a heated debate when he implied that all video games should have an easy mode . Those statements came shortly after he asserted without shame that he plays on the lowest difficulty .
But tell us, do you agree with the words of Cory Barlog? Let us read you in the comments.