Arriving in a few weeks, CD Projekt Red took the time to talk about the upcoming DLC for the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s DLC Blood and Wine in a new gameplay dev dairy, to prep players on what’s to come in Geralt’s new adventure.
Witcher fans will gain a bit more information pertaining to Toussaint, which is where Geralt will be heading in the next DLC — Blood and Wine. Obviously, the calm looking place seems decent but holds deadly secrets that will call for some brute force in certain occasions and investigation in others.
The video isn’t all about the battles and fighting, but a cumulative of features that contribute to the core of Blood and Wine. The devs even noted that it almost makes the Witcher seem like a new game, which includes new Skellige Gwent cards, armor dyes, new beautiful landscapes, among many other new things.
As it stands now, the new DLC seems pretty interesting and like a good turn to end Geralt’s adventure. If you want to see the five-minute long video, you can check it out below.
Those interested in the expansion, it will cost $19.99. This was noted before by the devs that arrived around the time with the weekly free updates. Then there is the Hearts of Stone DLC that tags along with the Expansion Pass that’s $24.99.
Once in players possession, the expansion will offer over 90 new quest, and thirty hours of gameplay. There will also be a “dynamic POI” system, along with endgame mutation mechanics. Lastly, there will be loads of places to explore, as well as a place where Geralt can call home.
Those waiting for the latest update will be able to get their hands on the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s DLC Blood and Wine this year on May 31st, for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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