Witcher 3's Two Major Expansions Cost $25

Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine will come bundled together in the Witcher 3 Expansion Pass.

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Earlier this week, CD Projekt Red announced two major expansions for upcoming open-world role-playing game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but the developer didn't say how much they would cost. Now we know.

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Official descriptions posted on Steam, GOG.com, and the PlayStation Store reveal that the Witcher 3 Expansion Pass--which includes the Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine add-ons--will cost $25.

There is no Witcher 3 Expansion Pass product page yet on Xbox.com, but you can bet it will also cost $25 on Microsoft's console.

The Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions will presumably also be sold separately, though prices for individual expansions were not announced.

Hearts of Stone will be released in October 2015, while Blood and Wine is due to launch in early 2016. Together, the expansions will add around 30 hours of gamplay to an already massive game. You can read more about the two expansions through GameSpot's previous coverage.

After multiple delays, The Witcher 3 release date is May 19 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. A new trailer for the game is available above, while some screenshots follow in the gallery below.

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