CD Projekt RED this week said it will release two expansion packs for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for Sony Corp.’s Playstation 4, Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One, and the PC.
Hearts of Stone, to be sold in Oct., is an all-new 10-hour adventure in which Geralt will try to complete a contract from the mysterious Man of Glass.
Blood & Wine, to be sold in 2016, is a 20-plus hour tale that will include an all-new in-game region of Toussaint.
Both expansions will be included in The Witcher Expansion Pass.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be sold in a standard SKU that includes the game, soundtrack, map of the in-game world, stickers and protective sleeve.
The Collector’s Edition will the standard edition contents and 10-inch Polystone figure of Geralt of Rivia battling a Griffin, Witcher medallion, Steelbook Box, 200-page art book, and collector’s box at $149.99.
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