We know what runs thicker than water in The Witcher III: Wild Hunt‘s final DLC.
After a lengthy wait, the final tide of monsters is upon us. The Witcher III: Blood and Wine has been released into the wild, bringing with it a slew of brand new, eerily vampiric beasts for Geralt of Rivia to take down in his final quest. This DLC is the final chapter of downloadable content for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, which initially released last summer.
Blood and Wine is a hefty end for the game’s add-on content, too, boasting over 30 hours of new content. In The Witcher III: Blood and Wine, Geralt is hired on to travel to Toussaint, a peaceful kingdom untouched by war since time immemorial. Now, creatures reportedly unlike any others known to the kingdom or the lands surrounding it have emerged, bringing terror in their wake. Realizing the severity of the situation, the kingdom calls upon Geralt to take on the dangers plaguing the peace-loving people.
The Witcher III: Blood and Wine can be purchased and downloaded now on Steam, Playstation 4, and Xbox One, as an expansion for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. If you never picked up the main game itself, you can check out our full review, as well as last year’s Crystal Joystick Awards podcast, where it won our Game of the Year award.