Two full-blown expansions for the epic RPG.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is almost here. That means the game is pretty much finished, and the devs are about to take a deep breath while CD-presses and hype machines slowly wind up to take things through the home stretch. It’s not gold yet, but now that development is coming to an end, the CD PROJEKT RED team is ready to start their work on two new, ambitious monster-hunting expansions.
The expansions will be called Hearts of Stone, and Blood and Wine. Combined, they’ll offer over 30 hours of new adventures for Geralt, and the latter introduces a whole new major area to roam. More items, gear, and characters (including a few familiar faces) will all be crafted with the same attention to detail as the game itself.
Hearts of Stone is a 10-hour adventure across the wilds of No Man’s Land and the nooks of Oxenfurt. The secretive Man of Glass has a contract for you – you’ll need all your smarts and cunning to untangle a thick web of deceit, investigate the mystery, and emerge in one piece.
Blood and Wine is the big one, introducing an all-new, playable in-game region to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It will take you about 20 hours to discover all of Toussaint, a land of wine, untainted by war. And to uncover the dark, bloody secret behind an atmosphere of carefree indulgence.
There used to be a time when buying an add-on disk or expansion for your game really meant something. That’s what CD PROJEKT RED are going for, it’s about bringing that old feeling back. You can take it from our very own iWi, (that’s Marcin Iwinski, co-founder of CD PROJEKT RED):
“We’ve said in the past that if we ever decide …read more
Source:: GOG – Good Old Games