The Witcher 3 is getting some free DLC items inspired by the live-action Netflix series, bringing the first new content to the game to oblige its forthcoming new-gen debut.
CD Projekt Red teased the new DLC as a component of the WitcherCon festivities, which additionally facilitated the long-awaited release date uncover for The Witcher season 2. The studio affirmed in front of WitcherCon that it wouldn’t have any new game declarations to share at the event, yet affirming The Witcher 3 will get its first all-new authority content since its Blood and Wine campaign development went live in 2016 is a quite serious deal. Compact disc Projekt Red says more information regarding the new Witcher 3 updates is just around the corner.
To manage expectations, the mystery image specifies that the free DLC will be “extra items inspired by the Netflix series,” so we shouldn’t expect new questlines that bridge the events of the show with the occasions of the games, or an portal that acquires Henry Cavill Geralt so he and video game Geralt can have a definitive White Wolf group up. All things being equal, they can likely anticipate new hardware demonstrated after the stuff utilized on the show, perhaps some new hairdos, something like that. They additionally wouldn’t say no to a “Netflix universe compatibility mode” that names in an robotic voice saying “Jaskier” each time anyone says “Dandelion,” however that is simply they.
Album Projekt Red reported back in March that it intends to release The Witcher 3’s cutting edge update on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X in the last 50% of this current year, and this declaration affirms that is as yet the situation. The update is set to introduce “a range of visual and technical improvements – including ray tracing and faster loading times” to both the base game and its DLC, and it will be free for any individual who as of now claims the PC, PS4, or Xbox One versions of the game. That leaves Switch proprietors out, for obvious reasons, yet they can generally perceive how vibrant Geralt’s reality looks on the Nintendo Switch OLED model’s snazzy new screen.