Will there be any more DLC?
25.11.2012 @ 18:21 #4
25.11.2012 @ 19:49 #6
In the first witcher game, after picking "New Game" from the menu, there was a chooser:
My guess is that when the toolset is released, there will be a game patch that adds something similar to TW2's menu.
25.11.2012 @ 21:38 #8
25.11.2012 @ 22:03 #9
25.11.2012 @ 22:07 #12
A pipe dream. They haven't even fully staffed both teams yet for TW3 and Cyberpunk 2077. Plus, they already released a ton of DLC for TW2, and it was clear that stuff was waiting in the ranks because they had to release TW2 before it was finished.
25.11.2012 @ 22:23 #13
25.11.2012 @ 22:28 #14
I should have said properly finished. Speculation, but I stand by it. After 5 runs it's plain to see how the EE content was prepped.
26.11.2012 @ 19:45 #15
"Not that many" is still greater than zero. If you have two games in development and are not fully staffed on those, your freedom to assign developers to unpromised non-revenue DLC for a completed game is exactly zero. Or would you rather they delay the schedule for the new games, drive up their cost, and give up market share because of the delay? I don't think anybody here would actually want that.
All desire to shirk,
Shall during off hours exhibit his powers
To Madame Tussaud's wax-work.
[G&S, "A more humane Mikado"]
05.12.2012 @ 01:55 #20
Agreed. The development of TW3 is going to take long enough without the distraction of more DLC. Plus, the creation of the Redkit seems like a decent way to hand things over so others can create more content while CDPR focuses on TW3 and Cyberpunk. I'd say spending almost a year working on the DLC we already have is plenty.