With Battlefield: Hardline and Bloodborne already out in the ether, the biggest game looming large on the horizon is undisputedly CD Projekt Red’s fantasy epic, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. After a trio of lengthy delays, the conclusive RPG is barreling down on its May release date, and Microsoft today unveiled two Xbox One bundles that will be available to those in Europe come launch day.
Priced at £310 (pricing for other PAL regions is yet to be confirmed), the publisher confirmed that two packages will be released day and date. The only detail that separates the pair is that one bundle contains Microsoft’s Kinect, while the other will ship without the peripheral. Other than that, all of the contents remain the same, with both Xbox One bundles boasting a 500GB hard drive, controller and a copy of the threequel itself.
As the final chapter in the story of Geralt of Rivia’s sprawling adventure, Wild Hunt is appropriately massive in scale. Boasting close to 200 hours of content when you factor in every minor detail, the Polish dev also confirmed that two expansions will be released in the months after launch, adding a total of 30 hours of content into what is already shaping up to be one of the biggest RPGs since Skyrim.
After a prolonged wait to return to the unforgiving land of Novigrad and its surrounding area, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt launches across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on May 19.