Netflix's The Witcher's popular song, "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher" has been modded into the original game.
As reported by USgamer, modder Hubert Wiza has added the catchy tune into 2007's The Witcher as a new in-game cutscene. Once the mod has been loaded into the game, players can see Dandelion perform it inside The New Narakort Inn in the title's third chapter. For those who cannot watch the scene in-game for whatever reason, they can watch it on YouTube.
According to IGN, the modder is planning on making a second cutscene for another song from the Netflix show, as well as a third scene for a song featured in The Witcher fan film Alzur's Legacy. The modder is also going to put a version of the "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher" in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.
This is not the first time that "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher" has been added to a video game. The song has been added to the VR rhythm title Beat Saber. The custom map can be downloaded at BeatSaver, and is unfortunately only available to PC players of the game (sorry PSVR users).
The popularity of the Netflix show seems to be having an impact on the third Witcher title, Wild Hunt. According to Steam Stats, Wild Hunt has reached over 100,000 concurrent players on Steam. The game had released in 2015 to critical acclaim and commercial success, so it is quite note worthy to see the game breaking records almost five years later. It should be noted that these numbers are for the Steam version of the game only, and are not counting those playing the title on GOG or console.
Earlier this week it was revealed that The Witcher was the biggest TV show for the week of December 22nd through December 28th. The Netflix series even beat out The Mandalorian, a Disney+ exclusive and a hit in its own right. The Witcher also beat out Saturday Night Live and Steven Universe that week.