‘The Witcher 3’ News & Update: 5 Things to Remember Before You Purchase the Game
With a total of 150 hours of playtime, "The Witcher 3" is releasing its Game of the Year (GOTY) edition at the end of the month. But prior to that, here are some of the details you need to know, just in case you are still wondering about the validity of your purchase.
First, you can count on "The Witcher 3" including its two massive expansions mainly "Hearts of Stone" and "Blood and Wine." For those who are not particularly familiar with the ratings of the two expansions, "Hearts of Stone" currently holds 89 in the Metascore while "Blood and Wine" scored 92.
Prior to the release of the GOTY version, "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" has its share of stability issues. Now, fans can revel on a better game as the developer made sure, The Witcher GOTY edition is at its best when it comes to stability. A crash course on the game's side quests can be clearly determined in order to keep players on track. Take note, Side Quests are created as short, but meaningful challenges prior to the player's final round on the main quest.
"The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt," other than the two expansion the two expansions mentioned will also include the 16-piece DLC delegated to the game since it started. These DLC packs significantly allows players to acquire new sets of weapons, change Geralt's looks from his haircut to facial hair. Gwent cards are also included in the DLCs and a different look for characters like Yennefer, Triss and Ciri were also made available.
"The Witcher 3" complete edition will be available on August 30, 2016 for the price of $49.99 only. Amazon on the other hand has only made the announcement for its Xbox One version and the PC and PS4 console will be announced on a later date.