Let's take a quick look at both.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The conclusion of The Witcher series is here at last and with it comes a heap of new abilities, a revamped combat system, and a world that is 30 times larger than the previous games. The game is also said to contain over 100 hours of gameplay with 50 hours dedicated to the main storyline.
In The Witcher 3, The Wild Hunt is in town and they are bringing chaos with them. But there is one that can bring it all to an end, and her name is Ciri. She is considered The Child of Prophecy, and it is up to Geralt to find her in order for her to fulfill her destiny.
The Witcher 3 comes in two digital versions on Xbox One. One comes with just the game while the other comes with the game and the expansion pass. Plus, each version is discounted 10% by CD Projekt Red.
The Witcher 3 – 30GB – $53.99 – Xbox Store
The Witcher 3 (Game + Expansion Pass) - $76.49 - Xbox Store
Farming Simulator 15
Farming Simulator 15 is a game about (you guessed it!) farming. In the game, you start off as a lowly farmer that is in desperate need of some new supplies. So you get hard at work trying to create the best farm in the land while netting cash for your crops. You can make money from livestock, fresh produce, or from woodcutting.
Farming Simulator 15 features over 140 name brand tools and vehicles to make your farming a bit easier. You can also have friends join your farm in multiplayer, so they can help you create the ultimate farm. The game will set you back $49.9, which I'm assuming helps with the cost of licensing those real-life vehicles.
And don't forget about that Lamborghini tractor.
- Farming Simulator 15 - $49.99 – Xbox Store
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