Last month, a Polish gaming website revealed what was reported as a possible release date for the next expansion for The Witcher 3, which will be Blood and Wine. It listed a June 7 release for the expansion. However, it appears there is another apparent leak reported a different release for the game that popped up on Steam. The listing has already apparently been pulled, but not before some users on NeoGAF were able to take some screens and post them online. You can check out a picture of the listing that was posted on social media below.
The listing suggests that the DLC will have a May 30 release. According to Gamespot, other users said there was a listing for a release of May 31. Since CD Projekt RED has not yet confirmed or announced an official release date, it is probably best to take the news with a grain of salt.
It should be noted this release date conflicts with the one from GryOnline, which said June 7. Of course, this could be a different regional release date. However, the one listed on the Polish website could’ve been incorrect or premature.
As of now, the final release date for the story DLC is unknown. The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine expansion is due out sometime later this year. It will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. The new expansion will feature a new area to explore in Toussaint.
Wow, they took the page down already. Well, here's my screencap then. pic.twitter.com/2jg0GqzpYl
— Wario64 (@Wario64) May 8, 2016