Voeld is great, and that lake-like place with the ice pillars is especially wonderful.
Too bad that it’s filled with all the same monsters you find on every other planet.
It’s a great place. The story isn’t that exciting, but it works well enough.
I’ve seen some people complain that the two main characters in the main quest-line aren’t well written and come across as childish and inconsistent, but I think that’s exactly the point. The nobility class, if you will, doesn’t come off particularly well in any of the Witcher settings - and these characters are no different. Maybe even worse, considering Toussaint is an elaborate satire on the medieval tales of brave chivalrous knights out to win a lady’s love. Geralt comments on these things at various points in his conversations with others, showing he (and thus the authors of the game) are perfectly aware of what’s going on. It’s not his job to fix the world though, so he’s still going to play along as best he can.
There are hordes swinging banners adorned with the image of a red-haired woman who will chase you to the ends of the internet for daring to suggest that spending one’s days in the warm and sunny hills of Toussaint with “that *****” is a happy ending!
The main game’s ending that I got is great. I know there are others, having seen them on YouTube, and I like how even the so-called worst ending is lengthy and shows the aftermath of the events in gameplay rather than cut-scenes. I’ve seen a lot of discussion about the two endings in which Cirilla accompanies Geralt to White Orchard, and which one is “better” - which I suppose only underlines how well both work. The way you’ve played the game leads into those endings (rather than just a simple last-scene choice) which makes both of those endings seem fitting and right.
Just to keep this from being entirely screenshot-free: