On Steam, the release date of The Witcher 3’s next expansion Blood and Wine was briefly slated, and it’s not far away.
Buzzed already by various rumors through the internet, now it seems very likely that The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine DLC will be released on 30 May 2016. This date appeared briefly on the Steam platform side of the Witcher expansion. Meanwhile the page was, however, deleted. Undoubtedly, the release date cannot be confirmed officially yet, but so far Steam is the most credible source for the release date.
Blood and Wine should be Geralt’s last adventure and it is considerably larger than the first expansion of Hearts of Stone. It takes us into an entirely new region on the world map, the princedom of Toussaint, to enjoy around 20 hours of gameplay in time. In addition comes with Skellige a fifth Gwint faction added.
In Blood and Wine, our hero will be able to evolve in a new region called Toussaint. This new area will be as wide as all the islands of the island of Skellige met. A region whose sets were improved from the basic game, especially at the visual rendering of the grass.
In addition, this new expansion brings new maps for parts of Gwynt. A new faction will be available in Skellige. A collection of more that will be added to those already present (Scoia’tael, Monsters, the Northern Kingdoms and the Empire of Nilfgaard).
Right now it is no longer possible to access the page of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine on Steam, nor the CD Projekt RED team has spoken about the leak, so it is still in doubts when the dlc will be available.