The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine

SA Gamer Awards 2016: Best Story

When it comes to gaming, I want to find the best story to keep me not just entertained, but thinking. It needs to be engaging and take me to a magical place. I am not the only one that values story in a game and man, was it tough to choose which game came first in this category. There was shouting aplenty before the votes were cast. I had my sword at the ready to defend my vote and it was a heated...

Review: The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine (PC)

The final expansion to Witcher 3 is a refined last hurrah in the beautiful yet deadly Toussaint.

Here is The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine launch trailer. Geralt’s last adventure

Last year The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt claimed just about all the Game of the Year awards around the world, including here at SA Gamer. It was an adventure action RPG game every gamer simply had to play. The trilogy brought with it a closure to Geralt’s outing. Of course with DLC in the modern age it’s not always quite true, as the Blood and Wine expansion will launch on 31 May that’...

Video: Get more insight into The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine with this Dev Diary

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt could last you well over 100 hours and ended up being considered as 2015’s game of the year just about everywhere. Those who can’t get enough of Geralt will no doubt be very excited with this 30-hour expansion that’ll launch on 31 May. Below we have a Developer Diary that touches on the various elements you’ll get to experience. In the Wild Hunt the...

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood & Wine DLC available 31 May

Have you been waiting for the next set of DLC to launch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? We now finally have a launch date for the Blood & Wine DLC and it’ll be available in just over 11 weeks on 31 May for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It feels like an eternity, but before you know it you’ll be back to explore the world in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. What makes this DLC in particular so import...

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine won’t be released anytime soon

Last year we was absolutely blown away by what CD Projekt Red had managed to accomplish with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Looking past the enormity of the game world, the side-quests were actually interesting and didn’t consist merely of errands involving killing 10 wolves or fetching 5 flowers. The first paid DLC, entitled Hearts of Stone, was released in October last year and was widely prais...

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