The player goes to the coast of an island where he has a vast terrain to explore, where he meets two factions, which he can join one of them.
I liked the story surrounding the game, but also the great improvement in the combat and quests system. (for those who played Gothic first).
Throughout the game the player will evolve his character through the various trainers that exist on the island where the player can evolve the primary skills, crafting, etc., where he can also do several side quests in order to help him in this process.
There are some (not too complicated) puzzles in the game that require the player to use scrolls (if you are not a mage) to reach the right place.
But as in any old game, bugs are friends of the game. One of them is climb objects in which the action is broken and the game gets “stuck” and the only way to get back to work is to restart the game. And the other was in a main quest that was broken and I couldn’t progress so I had to use the game console to move forward in main game story.
But taking these precautions aside, I think it’s a good game to pass the time.