There was some slight commotion the other day when it was revealed that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt would be getting a season pass – or as it was then dubbed, an expansion pass.
Giving you access to two separate add-on adventures named Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine, the pass will set you back £19.99, or $24.99, if Steam's game page is to be believed. Supposedly boasting around 30 hours of extra content, the expansions sound meaty enough for the price, but we're yet to hear any of the finer details regarding Geralt's further escapades.
Are you tempted to put down the cash in order to do a bit more Witcher work? Fashion a wallet out of monster skin in the comments section below.
[source store.steampowered.com, via destructoid.com]
Im picking up witcher 3 day one but I will wait to see what the expansion is.
If it can take 200 hours to do Witcher 3 I am in no rush to expand it.
@rockman29 You've answered your own question - it's because Steam's the source everyone's linked to.
@rockman29 Destructoid found the price on Steam, and we found the story on Destructoid, so Steam's the original source. That's basically all there is to it, the rules of games journalism and all that.
I hope it's included in the collectors edition, otherwise I would buy it anyway
No, sorry. That's half the price of the game, I've seen pre orders for £40. WB a holes. Probably by the time it comes out I'll have already moved on. I'm looking forward to the game but as per usual I ain't hanging around for over priced late or very late DLC. I'll rent the complete edition perhaps.
@rockman29 I don't think you should be complaining about choices in journalism without having the slightest clue about it.
@rockman29 I'm sorry if it seemed like a bad attitude, but I was purely stating the facts. At this point I think you're reading far too much into this.
With a game this huge I probably won't even see 15% before I move on. It's so strange how these games always get me hyped and I plan to dedicate all of my spare time to it, and then another game comes along and I quit after 10- 20 hours.
Dunno what it is the last few years, but it seems as if I can't make up my mind about what I want: if I'm listening to the radio and a song which I like is playing, I switch channels to see what else is on, same goes for TV and Games. I can't keep my focus long on something, even though I like it...it always feels I'm missing out on something else. I the end I'm left with lots of little experiences, but almost never have the fulfillment of getting everything out of my games.
@rockman29 I think this has just been a big misunderstanding. I honestly just wanted to explain why Steam was used as the source, and I certainly didn't take your comment as any kind of snarky criticism.
I see what you're saying about the sources - absolutely nothing wrong with including multiple links - but for this particular story, Steam's all that's necessary since we found it on Destructoid to begin with.
Anyway, it's all good, glad we cleared that up!
The main game plus the expansions are going to take up so much hard drive space....
@Boerewors u need help, man
@Boerewors I have the same thing. I barely even started playing Dragon Age Inquisition before I deleted it to make room for Bloodborne. Same goes for Borderlands the Pre-sequel, Assassins creed unity, Lego Marvel, Killzone Shadowfall, Littlebigplanet 3, and bunch of other games on ps3 that I doubt I will ever even start up despite buying them. Lots of fantastic games that I just can't get the motivation to spend time on.
@Boerewors I had the same issue. Nowadays I avoid collecting games and trade when completed or I'm done with a game - that gives me the incentive to play them. The decision to trade means I have to start, the sooner I start the sooner I can trade it in and get a new game. There is such a thing as too much choice, when I ended up with 40 games I was never going to finish last gen it was crazy over indulging.
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