Polish online store recently shows a specific release date for the next expansion of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt called Blood and Wine. Thus, this content announced as relatively large could land in a little over next month on PC and gaming consoles.
Released last year, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was a great success with players. The RPG game from CD Projekt RED has enjoyed a premium extension, Hearts of Stone, ensuring several hours of additional gameplay. The development team for several months on board are working on Blood and Wine, the second expansion that promises over 20 hours of gameplay.
Originally scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2016, this DLC always benefit no exact release date. Polish online store GRYOnline, however, recently posted a launch date of April 26, 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
This second and final extension is expected to be approximately twice as large as Heart of Stone and brings a lot of new items, equipment, side quests, and of course, a new main map. In terms of narrative and life-span of the game, we can announce without taking too much risk that both will rise, knowing that the little guys are from CD Projekt RED are working very hard.
For now, it is appropriate to take this indication with a pinch of salt, until any official confirmation comes from the development studio.