Two The Witcher 3 Expansions Planned for Late 2015, Early 2016


As CD Projekt RED wraps up development and continues to put the final touches of polish on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for its May 19th launch, the studio today announces its plans to create two post-launch expansion packs included as part of a paid Expansion Pass across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

This Expansion Pass is completely separate from the previously announced 16 DLC packs that will be free to all players.

Jointly promising over 30 hours of additional gameplay and story, plus extra characters, enemies, and gear to discover, the two expansion packs are called Hearts of Stone & Blood and Wine.

The 10-plus-hour Hearts of Stone adventure, which is currently scheduled to release in October 2015, will see Geralt venturing into No Man’s Land and Oxenfurt on a mission contracted from the Man of Glass.

Then sometime during Q1 2016, the Blood and Wine expansion will introduce the all-new region of Toussaint, where Geralt will spend more than 20 hours exploring “a land untainted by war, where an atmosphere of carefree indulgence and knightly ritual masks an ancient, bloody secret.”

The Expansion Pass sells on its own for $24.99, or you can go ahead and pre-order the full game with the expansions together for the slightly cheaper grand total of $79.99. Check out available pre-order options at

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