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Modders have uncovered an extended version of The Witcher 3's ending where Yennefer pulls off a shocking betrayal of her sorceress friends

Witcher 3 YouTuber xLetalis and Brothers in Arms mod contributor glassfish have come out with a bit of a bombshell about the game's ending a full nine years after CD Project Red's opus first released: a cut portion of the final sequence where Yennefer would have betrayed the Lodge of Sorceresses to Emperor Emhyr.

Glassfish and xLetalis were able to make the discovery after all this time thanks to CD Project Red's new REDkit modding tools for the game, which allowed them to not only access the files but reimplement them in a debug mode for demonstration purposes.

In the final game, after Geralt defeats Eredin, it's quickly revealed that Avallac'h has taken Ciri to the tower on Undvik in order for her to defeat the White Frost. Afterward, no matter what ending you choose, the fate of the Lodge of Sorceresses is not elaborated upon. This cut sequence would have slotted in-between Geralt's defeat of Eredin and the game's climax at the tower, with the scenes on either end seeming to have always played out largely as they do now.

In the cut, extended ending sequence, Geralt actually gets knocked out of commission for a few days following the battle at Undvik, waking up in a Nilfgaardian medical tent with a pair of the emperor's doctors arguing about his chances of pulling through. Upon reconnecting with Yennefer, they realize that Ciri is missing, and suspect Avallac'h of betrayal.

The new section looks like it could have contained a good 15-20 minutes of additional dialogue and exploration, with Geralt able to check in with both Triss and Yennefer, talk to multiple unique groups of Nilfgaardian soldiers, and even witness Hjalmar, Cerys, or Jarl Donar an Hindar come to claim Crach an Craite's body⁠, with who shows up depending on who wound up King of Skellige: Cerys, Hjalmar, or Svanrige respectively.

The big coup comes when you take Yennefer to the Lodge members in order to divine Ciri's location. There's some missing animation data that prevents knowing what was

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