CD PROJEKT RED, the Polish development team responsible for the 2015 game of the year, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have revealed their final expansion. It is called Blood & Wine and features over 30 hours of new gameplay plus a whole new region to explore in a different art style to the rest of the game, presumably it will be equally as stunning as the rest of the Witcher 3. The new region is named Toussaint, that in contrast to other areas of the game will be in a constant state of summer with a less morbid looking area. The realm is originally a peaceful place strewn with vineyards, noble ladies and knights, however when the peace is disturbed by a series of vicious attacks, everyone’s favourite monster hunter Geralt must come to its rescue in his final adventure of the game.
The new region also features a new city named Beauclair that the development team have put countless hours of work into in the aim of creating it to be just as impressive and unique as Novigrad. The picture at the top of this article is what we can expect Beauclair to look like. Blood & Wine releases on the 31st of May for the PS4; as an expansion it will be included in The Witcher 3 expansion pass that for £19.99 gets you both this and the Hearts of Stone adventure. CD PROJEKT RED have never failed to impress with the Witcher 3 and we expect the latest addition to the game to be equally as awe-inspiring. Embedded below is the Blood & Wine teaser trailer.
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