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Hearts of Stone is the first official expansion pack for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt -- an award-winning role-playing game set in a vast fantasy open world.

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Hearts of Stone is the first official expansion pack for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt -- an award-winning role-playing game set in a vast fantasy open world.

Some monsters are born, others are made. Hired by the Merchant of Mirrors, Geralt is tasked with overcoming Olgierd von Everec -- a ruthless bandit captain enchanted with the power of immortality.

Step again into the shoes of Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster slayer, this time hired to defeat a ruthless bandit captain, Olgierd von Everec, a man who possesses the power of immortality.

This expansion to “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” packs over 10 hours of new adventures, introducing new characters, powerful monsters, unique romance and more.


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Namco Bandai Games
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CD Projekt Red Studio
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Namco Bandai Games
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Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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The Witcher 3 is required to play this DLC.

Minimum Requirements
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 or 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) 

  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz / AMD CPU Phenom II X4 940 

  • Memory: 6 GB RAM 

  • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 660 / AMD GPU Radeon HD 7870 

  • Hard Drive: 35 GB available space

Recommended Requirements
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 or 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) 

  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i7 3770 3.4 GHz / AMD CPU AMD FX-8350 4 GHz 

  • Memory: 8 GB RAM 

  • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 770 / AMD GPU Radeon R9 290 

  • Hard Drive: 35 GB available space

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100
Excellence

This expansion after meh vanilla was a real surprise. It's incredible. Strong, consistent writing with really interesting characters. Atmosphere is incredible, soundtrack is nice and it puts the shallow main game to shame with how beautiful it is. Quests are varied and not simple fetch quests and while most of the choices don't matter, what is hilarious in this is that the game is well aware of it and makes fun of it with one of the best bad guys in video games. The only thing that sucks about this expansion is the end boss fight, which is boring time trial. At least the ending is really good, unlike really bad trolling that Blood and Wine was. Overall, really solid expansion and this is the reason to play Witcher 3. If only the main game was like this, it would've been best game ever.

100
Very good DLC to a very good game

Hearts of Stone is the first Witcher 3 DLC that was created by CD Projekt RED. In addition to Hearts of Stone, we also re-enter Geralt of Rivia, who was hired by Gaunter O'Dim (powerful demon) this time and has to face Olgierd von Everec. This is the boss of the robbers who mysteriously became immortal. To overcome it, we will have to do three difficult tasks and take the spell that makes him invincible. We will participate in interesting missions, we will participate in a traditional Old Slavic wedding and more. Shani returns also, which we met in the first game of The Witcher series. DLC will last for about 8-10 hours of play.

80
That's how the DLC should me made!

CDPR showed all the other money greedy developers how the good DLC shood look like, Hearts of Stone is the first and smaller addon but still it adds more content that average DLC provided by other. This time Geralt will face Olgierd von Everec and mysterious mr. Mirror and try to solve the mystery between those two. Hearts of Stone adds around 10 hours of gameplay adding several new gear and upgrade system.

100
One of the few expansions that are as fun as the original game

If you have played Witcher 3 and can't get enough, this expansion is for you. It is played out in the same world though a lot of new interesting characters appear, as well as old ones.

95
An excellent expansion with some of the game's best quests

Hearts of Stone adds new activities on the outskirts of Novigrad, new items, side quests, treasure hunts, new human enemies, new monster types, new gwent cards, and some new gameplay elements in the form of a Runesmith. A lot of the side activities that can be found on the map are a bit more interesting than the base game and will frequently get you notes, diaries, letters, etc that add more to the game's world. The primary focus of Hearts of Stone is a focused main plotline that is based around the Polish morality tale Pan Twardowski and will reunite you with one of your friends from the first game as well as someone who helped you near the beginning of The Witcher 3. The main quests will have you pulling off a heist, taking part in a wedding where for once nothing bad happens, and exploring a haunted estate. The secondary quests and some of the new enemies and areas will let you learn about what happened to the Order of the Flaming Rose after the last two games. The Runesmith addition is disappointing, you need to give him money so that he can get better tools to craft level one, two, and three items. Each level will cost you 5,000, 10,000, and 15,000 on top of the price of the enchantments he does which are in the range of 500-2,000 each. The Runesmith is able to repair and craft any kind of equipment which is nice, so long as you are willing to pay for him to become a master, as there is a fast travel station right by him unlike the other two master craftsmen. The unique abilities of the runesmith are to add additional sockets for runes to items with under three, useless because you will likely only be using Witcher equipment which starts at three. His other ability is to give a permanent upgrade to your swords and body armor, some of these upgrades are pretty nice, such as enhancing the effectiveness of your spells, casting a spell adds the effect to your weapon's next strike, adrenaline will decrease but increase health regeneration and toxins will decrease faster, armor table and grindstone bonuses don't expire, etc. There are some nice abilities but most would have to fit a particular playstyle and when you add in that you won't have access to this until after or right before the end game, the cost, and that his upgrade removes your ability to equip runes it just isn't all that useful. The end of the main questline can also get you a very strong steel and silver sword but, as you just finished the highest level quests in the game, you probably won't have much use for them unless you buy the other DLC. One of the swords even has a unique ability when it charges up and you use a strong attack. The same problem applies to the gwent cards since you have likely beaten everyone if it is something that you care about, and your decks are likely so full of powerful cards that the new opponents and cards really aren't that interesting against the same AI. Hearts of Stone won't take that long to complete, it took me about seven hours to finish the plotline, the two side quests, check the new locations, and to gain the new gwent cards. All of the added content is of very high quality though, varied missions that are well written, entertaining, and give you good choices, being able to spend time with another of Geralt's old friends, multiple boss fights against unique new enemies, and a focused well told story. An excellent edition to the game with some of the game's best quests.

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