Yesterday, one of the CD Projekt Red studio’s co-founders - Marcin Iwinski - told about the company’s plans for the upcoming The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt DLCs, which are going to be released after the future action-RPG’s launch on February 24th, 2015. It’s worth saying right away that this information will please the fans of the series and other players who wait for the upcoming game eagerly.
So, according to Iwinski, the players who will purchase the future project, regardless on the platform, will receive access to all the forthcoming add-ons. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt DLCs will be free for download. In general, the studio plans to release 16 packs.
Marcin has stressed that this instalment is being developed by the team of gamers for the same players as they are. That’s exactly why the studio has made a decision to launch the add-ons absolutely for free. "We always thought it's best to follow what you believe in, so here we are," he said. "Others may or may not do the same, but this is who we are and what we think gamers deserve.This is our way of saying thank you for buying our game", - he has said.
The first two The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt DLCs will come out the day after the RPG’s launch - on February 25th, 2015. They will contain the Temerian armor, the equipment for the horse, a beard and a set of hairstyles for the main hero - Geralt. The other expansions will appear each next week after the first add-on’s release. Thus, the bundle of two more The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt DLCs will be out on March 4th. This pack will include a new mission and some skins for another project’s character - Yennefer of Vengerberg.
Are you happy about such news? What do you think about the developers’ decision?