The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood & Wine Developer Diary

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood & Wine Developer Diary

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood & Wine Developer Diary

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood & Wine Developer Diary


CD Projekt Red has released a new developer diary for the Witcher 3's new Blood & Wine expansion, detailing the expansion's unique environments, gameplay changes and other details on "Geralt's final mission".

The Blood and Wine expansion takes place in the Duchy of Toussant, a beautiful region that includes the highest mountains in the Witcher worlds, a human city built on top of Elven ruins and a large variety of new and unique creatures.  

CD Projekt's developer diary is in polish, but English subtitles are available to read. 



The Witcher 3's Blood and Wine expansion will release on May 31st with 90 new quests, a new Skellige region Gwent deck and over 30 hours of new content.  

Originally the developers of the game stated that the game would include 24 hours worth of new content and a new region that was the size of the islands of Skellige, but now the developers state that the region is as large as No Man's Land, Velen, from the base game and that the expansion will take 30 hours to complete.

This means that the expansion holds a lot more content than was originally intended and represents quite a lot of value since the games expansion pass costs only £19.99. This expansion pass also includes the game's Heart of Stone expansion. 

The Blood and Wine expansion is expected to be played by those who have already completed the main game, adding many new endgame level mutations and mechanics, increasing the level cap of the game to 100 from 70 in the base game. 


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12-05-2016, 13:50:18

Spoiler alert in the video. If you don't want to know what the expansion is about, don't watch it! They gave the plot and secrets awayQuote

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