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Final Witcher 3 expansion dated and trailer-ed

Check out the trailer for The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine and just when you’ll be able to play this massive expansion pack for one of the best games of 2015.

A favorite of many gamers last year, the monstrously huge and action-packed capper to the Witcher trilogy of games is finally coming to a close. Yes, Wild Hunt offered a ‘complete’ experience, but this second and final expansion pack is being billed as “Geralt’s final mission” by CD Projekt Red. So this is it folks.

“Blood and Wine makes The Witcher 3 complete it’s Geralt’s final mission. Containing more than 90 new quests, and over thirty hours of brand new adventures, it’s something that I think gamers will remember for a long time,” said Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, Game Director, CD PROJEKT RED. “There’s also a massive amount of features we’re giving gamers with this expansion like a dynamic Point of Interest system, a new Gwent deck, new endgame mutation mechanics, and even a place Geralt can call home…. And it’s all happening in a new region as big as No Man’s Land in the base game,” Tomaszkiewicz adds.

30 hours of gameplay… so this is basically The Witcher 3.5 then? Say what you like, but CD Projekt knows how to make a send-off.

In addition to the digital release you’ll be able to snag for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC, you can also try your hand at getting a physical edition of the pack. It might not be the easiest of things though, since it’ll only be getting a limited release, but it’s kind of worth it if you’re a big fan.

In the box will be physical Gwent decks for the Northern Realms and Nilfgaard, which is pretty slick. Also good to remember is that you can get this new pack as a part of the Season Pass for The Witcher 3, a deal that also gets you the first expansion, Hearts of Stone.

The final Witcher 3: Wild Hunt expansion, Blood and Wine, will be available to download (or hunt down) on May 31st.

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