The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is fantastic. Chances are you already know that, but what you might not know is that the Xbox One version is less than £30 on Xbox One from an impeccably-rated eBay merchant. It's an exceptional price, while the game also benefits from a number of recent patches and free DLC.
You'll get a digital download code. You can read our final verdict in our The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt review.
Thanks to CD Projekt Red Community Manager Chris Priestly we can confirm that this weeks free Witcher 3 DLC will be made up of:
— The Evil Chris (@TheEvilChris) June 22, 2015
Both new additions should be available from their relevant marketplaces this coming week.
You can now get a Playstation 4 console with The Witcher 3, Project Cars, The Last Of Us: Remastered & 3 months PlayStation Plus subscription for just £285.25 delivered to your door. To get the bundle you will need to add the items below and then once you get to checkout the discount will be applied. Please note that the 3 month PlayStation Plus will be emailed to you after your order has been placed.
*All purchases must be made from Amazon direct for the discount to be applied at checkout.
Thanks to FantasyDeals at HUKD for the heads up.
UPDATE: The DLC packs are now available to download.
The 3rd and 4th free DLC bundles have been released for The Witcher 3 by CD Projekt Red.
The two DLC packs are available on the Playstation Store, Xbox Store and PC now.
Although lacking productivity whilst doing so, I am really enjoying The Witcher 3 and at only level 4 over the past week all I seem to enjoy doing is checking out the scenery and gathering Parsley (I know, sad).
Make sure to check out The Witcher 3 | My first night in White Orchard which covers my first impressions of The Witcher 3 over the first six hours.
It seems every witch way you turn as of late there is either an Xbox One or a Playstation 4 bundled together with the Witcher 3. Both Tesco and Amazon have offered us outstanding bundles in the past few days which have now returned to their £299 pricing points. Enter Simply Games....
That's a lot of gaming for £279.99 given it includes yesterdays £40 release The Witcher 3 and the outstanding Forza Horizon 2 (8/10 review).
Simply use code '20OFFXBOXMAY' at checkout to drop the listed price to only £279.99.
We love you CD Projekt!
I can't wait for the Witcher 3. It's actually keeping me up at night. And no matter how I end up getting the game, whether I pre-order or pick it up weeks after release, I'm going to be eligible for the sixteen pieces of free DLC that CD Projekt will be dishing out to everyone who buys a copy of the game.
It's sort of sad that such basic generosity and goodwill requires a press release and a news post, but frankly it's worth shouting from the rooftops in this world of Season Pass pre-orders, day one paid DLC, and other anti-consumer bullshit.
Here's the official blurb:
On February 25th, CD Project RED will release the first bundle of DLCs (2 of the planned 16) -- the Temerian Armor Set (horse armor included) and a Beard and Hairstyle Set for Geralt, the game’s protagonist. After this date, a DLC bundle consisting of two DLCs will be published every week, entirely for free. Gamers are entitled to the free DLC regardless of obtaining the game via pre-order or after launch. Instructions on how to obtain DLCs on specific platforms will be provided at a later date.
I mean, free DLC doesn't necessarily mean it'll all be must-have material, but CD Projekt don't muck about when it comes to trying to do right by their customers. If only other publishers we could think of would follow their example.
CDP RED's CEO, Marcin Iwinski also answered a few further questions in an open letter FAQ of sorts.Check it out after the jump >>
Ahead of their upcoming presentation on February 5th, CD Project have released some details regarding to their new game engine for their upcoming titles. Named the REDengine 3, the folks at CD Projekt hope to “move gaming to a new level,” providing a first look at the graphical capabilities with a singular screenshot, which you can see above.Click here to read more...