Xbox One - DLC
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine
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Developer: CD Projekt RED
Content Rating: Mature
Welcome to the land of summer, a remote valley untouched by war. The land of wandering knights, noble ladies and magnificent wineries. What better time to visit than now, when this kingdom of virtue is torn apart by a series of savage massacres! Geralt of Rivia, a legendary monster slayer, takes on his last great contract. Blood and Wine offers over 20 hours of adventure, where beauty clashes with horror, and love dances with deceit. "IMPORTANT NOTICE The Blood and Wine Expansion is part of the Season Pass. If you own the Season Pass, you should not purchase the Blood and Wine Expansion, as you already are entitled to it.
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It does suffer from repetitive combat and the notable moments here pale in comparison to the main campaign, but these are dismissible issues. From dark beginnings Geralt journeyed across the world in search of answers, fighting deadly creatures, and accomplishing impossible feats; now its time for him to rest.
Finally, given how subversive CD Projekt’s strategy has been, how they’ve managed to outclass the big dogs by simply doing the best job they could do with The Witcher 3 after years of honing their craft, Blood & Wine is a triumphant slam-dunk from a team at the top of their game. There is no better way for Geralt to sign off than to do it while whispering ‘get fucked’ at a bloated and out-of-touch set of flatulent shitebags. Play his last adventure, it’s his best.
All in all, it is the best ending we could have hoped for a character as interesting and well-crafted as Geralt of Rivia.