The Witcher 3 ‘Blood & Wine’ Expansion Out May 30
Blood and Wine, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt‘s second and final expansion, may well release at the end of the month.
According to a number of sources, a Steam page went live for Blood and Wine this weekend, showing a May 30 release date – although it’s not there now.
According to the since-unlisted-listing, the new region of Toussaint rivals “No Man’s Land or Novigrad in size”, and players can expect to spend at least 20 hours exploring its reaches and running down the murder mystery narrative. Geralt can even retire (in the temporary sense) to his own vineyard when The Witching gets to be too much for his old, toxic bones.
Most importantly, it adds a new Gwent deck to the card-game-within-a-game. Hopefully the leak is accurate and you won’t have to wait too much longer to start dealing out the forces of Skellige.
“Should May 30 or May 31 be the actual time that The Witcher 3‘s Blood and Wine drops, however, it will put an end to fans’ extremely long wait for the additional content. After all, CD Projekt Red developers initially stated the expansion was slated for release in Q1 of 2016, but later gave it a larger release window of dropping somewhere in between January and June of this year.”
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