The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has had a slew of free downloadable content (DLC) pushed out since its launch. On Monday, the much-awaited New Game Plus mode has been released for the game. What this means is, if you have finished The Witcher 3, you can play it again with all the progress and items (except quest items) you have intact from your last playthrough.
It comes with some strings attached though. If you are level 30 or higher, your level will stay the same when you access New Game Plus. If it is less, you will be bumped up to level 30 on starting. And if you want to reset your skills, you can use a clearing potion that's granted to you when you access New Game Plus mode.
Weighing in at a mere 9.51MB on the Xbox One, it should hit the PC and PlayStation 4 shortly. This is the final piece of free DLC for the game and should be around the same size.
The critically acclaimed role-playing game has seen its fair share of controversy of late. CD Projekt RED, developers of the game, had to bear the brunt of fan backlash after it released modding tools for the game that were not as fully-featured as they were expected to be. Furthermore, the company's response of no plans to release anything more in terms of mod support didn't help matters.
Nonetheless, with two paid expansions promising over 20 hours of gameplay time expected in the coming months, fans of the game have a lot to look forward to.
Are you a fan of The Witcher 3? Planning to take it on in New Game Plus? Or was one playthrough enough? Let us know in the comments.