The Witcher 3 Developer Wants Free DLC Offerings to Become An “Industry Standard”

With the 16th and final piece of free DLC for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, New Game+, now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, CD Projekt Red Co-Founder Marcin Iwiński talked about how he thinks free content should become an industry standard:

We’ve been releasing free DLCs since launch, and today’s release of New Game +, the 16th and last of them, marks a special moment for us and, I hope, for all Wild Hunt fans as well. They can now restart their adventure and see how the story turns out if they make different choices than on their first play-through.

I’d like to extend my thanks to all the gamers who played our game and gave these DLCs a try. Nothing makes a developer happier than seeing gamers have fun with what they created. I would really like to see such initiatives become an industry standard rather than an exception to the general rule, and I hope that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has set a good example.

Here’s a full list of all The Witcher 3 free DLC, which you can download from the PlayStation Store in North America and Europe:

  1. Temerian Armor Set
  2. Beard and Hairstyle Set
  3. New Quest – ‘Contract: Missing Miners’
  4. Alternative Look for Yennefer
  5. Nilfgaardian Armor Set
  6. Elite Crossbow Set
  7. New Quest – ‘Fool’s Gold’
  8. Ballad Heroes’ Neutral Gwent Card Set
  9. New Quest – ‘Scavenger Hunt: Wolf School Gear’
  10. Alternative Look for Triss
  11. New Quest – ‘Contract: Skellige’s Most Wanted’
  12. Skellige Armor Set
  13. Alternative Look for Ciri
  14. New Quest – ‘Where the Cat and Wolf Play…’
  15. New Finisher Animations
  16. NEW GAME +

While the free DLC for The Witcher 3 is over, CD Projekt Red is working on two paid expansions Hearts of Stone, which is due in October, and Blood and Wine, which is scheduled for Q1 2016.