The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Has 16 DLC Packs - All Free!

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The Witcher 3 With many modern video games going overboard with paid DLC packs, The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt will have 16 downloadable content, all free of charge. Thank you, CD Projekt RED. A bundle containing two of the 16 DLC pieces will be released each week after The Witcher 3 launches on February 24, 2015. The first bundle releases one day after launch and includes the Temerian Armor Set (contains horse armor) and a Beard and Hairstyle Set for main protagonist Geralt. The second bundle contains an additional quest and a different look for one of the game’s main characters -- Yennefer of Vengerberg. MUST WATCH: Opening Cinematic of The Witcher 3 is Epic! To get the 16 free DLCs, all you need to do is own The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt on any of the four platforms -- Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. Each DLC will be available for download regardless of if you buy the game before or after launch. In other words, there is no need to pre-order. You can also get all 16 DLC regardless of the version of the game -- Standard or Collector’s, digital or physical -- you purchased. As good as all of this sounds, why is CD Projekt RED being so generous? Company co-founder Marcin Iwinski admits that offering free DLC is "quite rare these days," which is unfortunate. "As gamers, we nowadays have to hold on tight to our wallets, as surprisingly right after release, lots of tiny pieces of tempting content materialize with a steep price tag attached. Haven't we just paid a lot of cash for a brand new game?" he said in an open letter to fans. "As CD Projekt Red, we strongly believe this is not the way it should work and, with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, we have decided to do it differently," he added. "This is our way of saying thank you for buying our game." The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt is shaping up to be a truly epic adventure and a fitting end to The Witcher trilogy. Will you pick it up?

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