It's - it's very complex, but still, we want to push them in certain directions. So, the beauty - the beauty of The Witcher 3, and - and I can share my sort of personal experience, I - of course, you start in the prologue, so it's more like an isolated part, which you have to complete, in order to learn how to - how the game works, what are the key, uh, game mechanics. You’re immersed into the story. But, then you jump to the open world and - and the first thing that I do, I never follow the story. I do the - the side quest. I do the grinding, I do the bits and pieces. But, then, the funny thing is, guys really did an excellent job to - to sort of, mm, uh, put baits in different places and, and different teasers. And, the story is waving, uh, at you, from around the corner. It's like, hey, maybe are you - are you bored with - with killing the monsters? Or maybe you would like to get a really cool item or you would like to progress on the story part? The - there are rewards in terms of faster character development over there or you will learn certain new mechanics or certain things. So, I think it's very well balanced. Uh, all in all, the game, it's like a gigantic, nonlinear visual chart which is super complicated. Uh, we even had it in one presentation, but there's so many tiny lines that it doesn’t look so good and - unless it's like, uh, displayed on a huge wall. Um, it's very complex, but it gives you the - the freedom. Of course, there are certain boundaries. So, uh, if you will not be at the right level, you will not be able to, uh, to go and fight on your level 10, then you can't fight with the, with the monsters at level 30. And, you will feel it in the game, because the monster will you regardless of how many ways - uh, times you try. But, maybe if you’re at level 20, then you can find a clever way. And, and it is - this is very rewarding, yes? Uh, I - I, uh, didn’t have to progress on the main story part in order to kill these monsters, the monster here in the side quest. So, this is freedom. This is what I think, mm, freedom means for gamers and that's very important, and I would like to see this element, uh, being even stronger in our future games. Uh, that's exactly how I am playing Blood and Wine right now. I stop on the main story part and I’m just doing all the side quests. And, I’ll return. While, for example, my daughter, uh, she finished the main storyline. And, right now she’s doing the side quest. That's her choice.