If you’ve been following any of the more elitist gaming forums and websites, you’ve probably heard that The Witcher 3 is pretty much the second coming of Christ. Not only has CD Projekt Red done pretty much the exact opposite of what makes other companies and developers so deplorable, the Polish developer is going to be releasing two expansions for the unreleased game that will add so much bonus content that they may as well be second and third games.
Polish developer CD Projekt Red has announced two DLC expansions for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which will add a combined 30+ hours to the massive upcoming role-playing game’s already impressive 200+ hours of content. Hearts of Stone, slated to arrive in October, will take Geralt on a 10-hour-plus adventure into the dangerous wilderness of No Man’s Land and the winding alleys of Oxenfurt. Intrigue abounds as he tries to solve the mystery of a contract from the Man of Glass. Blood and Wine, set for the first quarter of 2016, will add a whole new region of Toussaint to the game. This 20-hour-plus adventure will bring Geralt into “a land untainted by war, where an atmosphere of carefree indulgence and knightly ritual masks an ancient, bloody secret.”