GameReactor interviewed The Witcher 3's director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz at the Gamelab 2015 conference in Barcelona, and he had some juicy details to spill about the upcoming expansions for the game. He says the expansions will include new fully-developed storylines, cutscenes, and characters, and they also may be quite long. Hearts of Stone, the first expansion, is claimed to be about 10 hours of gameplay, while Blood and Wine will be even longer at 20 hours. Tomaszkiewicz goes as far as comparing them to The Witcher 2 in terms of gameplay length. You can watch the full interview below:
Hearts of Stone will arrive in October of this year, while Blood and Wine is set to be released in early 2016. In the meantime, feel free to grab some free Witcher 3 DLC courtesy of CD Projekt Red.