Here Are Witcher 3's Blood and Wine DLC Achievements/Trophies

Here Are Witcher 3's Blood and Wine DLC Achievements/Trophies

It’s not just Fallout 4’s next expansion that has had its achievement/trophy list emerge ahead of release. The list for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt‘s upcoming Blood and Wine add-on has been posted on Steam (via XboxAchievements), revealing there will be 13 in all to collect.

The full list can be seen below, but note that some descriptions contain light story details.

Blood and Wine Achievements:

  • The Witcher’s Gone South: Travel to the Duchy of Toussaint.
  • Last Action Hero: Be decorated with the Order of Vitis Vinifera.
  • Kling of the Clink: Serve time in Toussaint
  • A Knight to Remember: Obtain a flawless victory in all the competitions during the knights’ tourney.
  • Embodiment of the Five Virtues: Be given Aerondight by the Lady of the Lake.
  • Playing House: Use all available options for developing Corvo Bianco.
  • Turned Every Stone: Find all grandmaster diagrams for each witcher school.
  • I Have a Gwent Problem: Collect all the cards in the Skellige deck.
  • Dressed to Kill: Unlock the bonus for equipping all the witcher gear elements from one School.
  • Weapon “W”: Develop a mutation

Hidden Achievements

  • Hasta la Vista
  • David and Golyat
  • The Grapes of Wrath Stomped

According to a since-removed Steam page, Blood and Wine is coming May 30. Officially, developer CD Projekt Red has told fans that “lots and lots” of new information about the expansion will be shared later this month.

Blood and Wine will deliver a “fascinating” story that contains “every sort of twist and turn you’d expect from our writers,” Momot said recently about the content, which is set in the new region of Toussaint.

“Toussaint is unlike anything you’ve seen in Wild Hunt–carefree and colorful, but your gut never stops telling you that there’s some real dark stuff happening underneath all that,” he said.

Blood and Wine was originally expected out in Q1 (January-March), but later shifted to the first half of 2016 (January-June). A retailer listing suggested the expansion will launch on June 7, but a CD Projekt Red representative told GameSpot, “No official date had been announced.”

The Witcher 3’s first expansion, Hearts of Stone, came out in October. CD Projekt Red previously said The Witcher 3’s two expansions, combined, amount to “almost the size of The Witcher 2.” Blood and Wine is expected to offer around 20 hours of gameplay, compared to about 10 for Hearts of Stone.

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