Why Witcher 3 Blood And Wine Is One Of The Greatest Video Game DLC Ever Made


 

Yes, I know The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine is technically an expansion pack, but it’s large enough to be considered an entire game. Even those who voted it Best RPG at The Game Awards 2016 agree. I have played all three Witcher titles, enjoyed each immensely, and was filled with a bittersweet lump in the pit of my stomach when it was announced Witcher 3 would be the last hurrah for Geralt. But he deserves to retire – from video games – and CD Projekt did a great job ensuring this with Blood and Wine.

The entire game is breathtakingly lovely, but the final expansion was eye-candy of the best sort.

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It is gorgeous, provides you with three rather interesting endings depending on the path you chose, and it’s just damn gorgeous. I said that already, didn’t I? Well, it bears repeating. Don’t get me wrong, the entire game is breathtakingly lovely, but the final expansion was eye-candy of the best sort.

I loved the various side-quests, my favorite being the one with psychedelic tea (I won’t give it away), and the ending I received? Well, it was rather fitting for a Witcher who deserves to live the rest of his days in peace. Hopefully. I plan to go back at some point and choose other options in the main quest chain to get a new ending, just for kicks. I’m not ready to be done with Geralt just yet, after all.

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If you have yet to play The Witcher 3, do yourself a favor: carve out plenty of alone time, give it a go, and be sure to download all the extra content. It’s totally worth it. Especially Blood and Wine.

Source – VG247 

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