The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine is The Perfect Summer Lull Game | Power Up Gaming
There’s very little that puts you in the mood of getting engrossed in a deep, rich, video game getaway better than our annual summer lull. With the still-yet-to-be-justified period where major game releases coming to a crawl, No Man’s Sky was set to be that game to hold players over for weeks if not months to come. However with Hello Games’ unsuspected delay till August 9th – much closer to the Q4 Fall rush – few games are able to fill that gap; that’s where The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine DLC comes in. The Witcher 3’s final piece of add-on content is the bigger of the two that were set to follow the main game. Packing in roughly 20 hours of content, Blood and Wine wields more staying power than most full priced retail titles. Now 20 hours pales in comparison to the 5,000,000,000 or so years it would take to visit all 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 planets in No Man’s Sky, but The Witcher 3’s world is densely realized enough to mesmerize you in its convincing fantasy setting. That new