The Witcher 3: 10 Biggest Secrets & Hidden Locations You Need To Find
10. Flying Ghost Ship Off The Coast Of Skellige
There are plenty of shipwrecks around the harsh, rocky coastlines of Skellige, likely caused by the turbulent seas in the area, or those pesky sirens that shriek and claw at you when you go near their patch. But one of the things that you don't see every day around these parts is a full-on Flying Dutchman spectral ghost ship emerging from the sea, sailing through the air for a moment, then descending back below the surface. The ship only seems to appear at night, with most sightings happening between 1am and 3am. Jumping in after the ship hasn't yielded any results for players so far, as it seems to disappear the second it goes into the water. Diving in after it, all you come across is deep, dark sea, and no player has yet reached the sea floor where the ship submerges. The whole process is not only spectacular, but also outright freaky, and there's something profoundly unsettling about diving into murky, stormy waters after a ghost ship. Is this just a cheeky easter egg by CD Projekt RED, or is there more to this than players have uncovered so far? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkOcN5PZTUE
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