It's sounding like Toussaint, the setting for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's final expansion, Blood and Wine, is going to be rather expansive. According to an interview with German publication GameStar - thoughtfully translated by Reddit user Pawell95 - CD Projekt Red states that Toussaint's map will be around the size of all of Skellige's islands combined.
For those who haven't visited the atmospheric isles found in the main game, Skellige is made up of numerous islands of varying sizes - some are absolutely huge, while others are comparatively tiny. Put them all together, though, and we reckon that you've got a pretty large landmass.
The role-playing release's previous expansion, Hearts of Stone, was party set within The Witcher 3's existing map, but it sprinkled a few new locations around the Eastern edge of the game's world. With that in mind, it'll be interesting to see what the developer does with an entirely new setting, complete with numerous optional quests and monster-killing contracts.
So, how do you feel about this? Are you ready to embark on one final, epic sounding adventure as Geralt of Rivia? Explore a strange new land in the comments section below.