The Witcher 3 Is Getting Its First New Downloadable Content In Six Years. The new The Witcher 3 DLC will be accessible on all platforms on December 14th, along with the next-gen update for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Series S, according to CD Project RED.
Of course, the DLC might not be as well-liked as it would have been before the Netflix show’s upheaval because it adds themed material to the beloved game. A petition urging Henry Cavill’s return to the program and the replacement of the writing staff with those who are more interested in the original novels has garnered close to 300,000 signatures. Cavill hasn’t given a particular reason for leaving the program, but according to a The Witcher fansite post, issues started in season two when the actor and producers “weren’t seeing eye to eye” with how Geralt was portrayed in the Netflix adaptation of the narrative.
The perception of CD Projekt RED has changed, so there’s no reason the Netflix program can’t see a similar transformation. The Netflix-themed DLC for The Witcher 3 will be available on all platforms, including the Switch, for free, the developer said in response to the news of the game’s next-generation upgrade.
Although the visual attractiveness of the game on the portable device isn’t as good as it will be on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Series S, it’s still a terrific way to kill time for people who are pressed for time. You probably never thought you’d be able to play one of the best role-playing games ever created on the John, but thanks to technology, you can. After, please wash them.