The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine DLC Might Have an Official Release Date


Coming at the end of the month?

A seemingly accidental Steam listing suggests that The Witcher 3‘s Blood and Wine expansion will be released on May 30.

Released and subsequently pulled down over the weekend, the listing was screencapped by Twitter user, Wario64.

It contradicts previous reports that indicated the expansion would be released a week later, on June 7. We’d suggest booking some time off – CD Projekt Red suggests that it will take 20 hours to get through, and that’s before the factor in a brand new, Skellige-themed Gwent deck to spend all your spare time playing with.

Wario64 also made sure to grab a shot of the listing’s description section. While the majority of the information isn’t new, there are a couple of fresh details, including the fact that Geralt will be given access to his own vineyard and that Witcher armour can now be dyed different colours.

CD Projekt Red has promised to show more of the new content this month – but it actually started in April with a selection of new screenshots.

Blood and Wine is the final piece of Witcher 3 content, after which CD Projekt Red have Cyberpunk 2077 and an unannounced 2016 game in the works.

Joe Skrebels is IGN’s UK News Editor and the idea of a “Geralt squashing grapes with his big handsome feet” mini-game fills him with delight. Follow him on Twitter.

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