May 20, 2016 10:00 AM EDT
'Witcher 3: Blood And Wine' Featuring New Main Theme Coming Soon; Expansion’s File Size Revealed!
Looks like "Fallout 4" is not the only popular open world game from last fall that is slated to get a major expansion in May. CD Projekt Red recently released a trailer for the forthcoming "Witcher 3" DLC "Blood and Wine," and judging by it, things does look remarkable.
According to reports on Twinfinite, composer Marcin Przybylowicz gave players an idea of what to anticipate via a YouTube video. Marcin noted that the upcoming "Witcher 3" DLC "Blood and Wine" will feature completely new music, and new battle themes. The impressive theme music includes vocals by Jessica Jeza Vautor and Laura Doddington.
Fans of the original soundtrack will be happy to hear that a new instrument that's being added is the accordion.
In addition, there will be another patch for all players that's scheduled to go live along with the update, however it will be comparatively smaller in size, community manager Marcin Momot told told GameSpot.
Momot took to his Twitter handle to announce an upcoming update, most likely the one for "Blood and Wine," that is anticipated to be about 10-15 GB. However, the actual file size will depend on the platform the game is being played on. Momot noted that the 10-15 GB file size is associated specifically with the upcoming expansion.
CD Projekt Red is expected to divulge further details soon, Momot added.
No prizes for guessing that "Blood and Wine" expansion would be comparatively larger considering that it encompasses more content than the previous expansion.
Despite the expansion's Steam page indicating that players will need 10 GB of free hard drive space, October's "Hearts of Stone" turned out to be 3.5 GB on PlayStation 4 and 4.73 GB on Xbox One.
Momot also noted that the "Blood and Wine" PlayStation 4 version, which is priced at $30 and come with physical Gwent cards, is limited to GameStop in the U.S.
"Blood and Wine" is slated to release on May 31 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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