As bodily fluids and alcohol tend to do, the Witcher 3: Blood and Wine release date has leaked. It looks like whoever is in charge of The Witcher 3's Steam page is as excited as I am about the game's huge upcoming expansion, as they accidentally posted the expansion's page - complete with release date - earlier today.
It's not long now until you can get more of one of PC's best RPGs.
The release date has since been removed from the game's Steam page, but not before notorious industry tweeter @Wario64 grabbed a screenshot.
Wow, they took the page down already. Well, here's my screencap then. pic.twitter.com/2jg0GqzpYl— Wario64 (@Wario64) May 8, 2016
According to the Steam description from another screenshot, Blood and Wine will take players on a 20+ hour adventure in an area rivaling No Man's Land in size. Apparently Geralt will even have access to his own vineyard, "a real home away from home".
In this land, you'll be on the hunt for a dangerous monster, and you'll have to decipher its pattern to discover who its next target will be. And if you're just here for the new gear - there will be plenty of that, and you'll even be able to dye armour to flaunt your personality.
As for all you Gwent players out there: you'll be able to collect and use an all-new Skellige set of cards. If the leak is accurate (which seems very likely), The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine will be available on Steam on May 30.