The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was released in May of this year to critical acclaim from fans and journalists, topping many players’ list as the game to play this year.
The first expansion, Hearts of Stone, released in October and offered around 10 hours of extra gameplay focusing on story-driven experiences over combat. The DLC was also received very well, so the clamor for the next pack has increased furthermore.
Blood and Wine will follow in the first half of 2016 (hopefully) and today the Community Lead at CD Projekt Red has announced on Twitter that there will be new features and changes coming with it. Marcin Momot explains the plans were talked about in a meeting and that they can be described as:
“One word – AWESOME!”