The Witcher 3 DLC is coming in a few months. CD Projekt Red announced that additional details for the next DLC titled Blood and Wine will be announced shortly. The developer?s posts on Twitter suggest that fans will have to wait for a few more months to get the Blood and Wine expansion pack.
While the wait for Blood and Wine DLC pack may turn off expectant Witcher 3 fans, there?s still good news since the upcoming DLC will reportedly be more more enjoyable than the previous one and even the main game itself. In an interview with Eurogamer, (via Only SP) developer Jakub Szamalek revealed that it is going to be the last adventurous journey of the game?s main character Geralt. Blood and Wine will conclude Geralt?s story as CD Projekt Red will focus on Cyberpunk 2077.
CD Projekt Red teased Witcher 3: Wild Hunt?s second expansion pack Blood and Wine with an image on the game?s official Twitter account, and it highlights the region of Toussaint. The images show a beautiful cityscape different from Novigrad. The new city looks brighter and colorful.
Although CD Projekt Red has not revealed more information about the Blood and Wine DLC, what we know so far is it will feature new enemies and gears. Blood and Wine will reportedly be twice as long as Hearts of Stone. Several reports suggest that the new expansion will likely add 20 hours of gameplay.
The new DLC pack for Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will also bring new and missing characters to the game. Blood and Wine is expected to introduce new monsters such as Manticores, Bruxas and Stringas. The Duchess of Toussaint Anna Henrietta, along with the evil sorcerer Vilgefortz, will also return to the game.
Rumors further suggest that the DLC will launch in the latter part of this year, and the developer could still reveal some updates about the game this month until the end of April. CD Projekt can still make good in their promise of new updates on the DLC within the first quarter.
Meanwhile, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is already available for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.