The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt's second major DLC pack was just announced for release on the 31st of May, and new details suggest its going to be worth the wait.
Blood and Wine takes protagonist Geralt to a new area called Toussaint and it's an utterly gorgeous region inspired by the South of France, relatively untouched by the horrors of war which troubled the original game.
Naturally, things are not quite so sunny beneath the surface, as our hero will soon find out.
A detail blowout on Gamespot has revealed that the new content will include 30 hours of gameplay, which is twice as long as most full priced games.
That's almost 100 new quests and 40 points of interest - areas you can investigate on your map at your heart's content. A new system is promised where attacking a main enemy outpost makes it easier to travel around the surrounding areas, which sounds very interesting indeed.
There's will be 30 new weapons on offer, and 20 new monsters to use them on in bloody fashion. There will also be extra mutations which we think are best discovered by the player.
As usual with CD Project RED it sounds like a very generous package, and you'll also be able to buy a boxed copy which comes with a physical Gwent deck. If you're into that sort of thing.
The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine launches on the 31st of May, 2016.