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Free Witcher 3 DLC gives Ciri a brand new outfit

The latest free Witcher 3 DLC brings with it an alternative outfit for Ciri. At long last.

CD Projekt Red has released another round of free DLC this week in the shape of a brand new outfit for Ciri.

Although the DLC was released early last week to some players by accident, the content should now be available to all Witcher 3 players.

There wasn’t any free DLC planned for released last week as CD Projekt Red wanted to focus on releasing the major Patch 1.07.

Sadly, this patch still hasn’t yet been released but the developer has promised to update us on timings as soon as it possibly can.

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CD Projekt Red plans to release a total of 16 pieces of free DLC for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, with two substantial expansions coming later this year.

So far, we’ve been treated to lots of DLC stuff including a new monster contract on Skellige, a Skellige armour set, a Temerian Armour Set, an array of bears and hairstyles for Geralt, new contract quest and skin for Yennefer, new Gwent cards and Quests.

To date, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has sold over 4 million copies since it was released on May 19.

When the patch 1.07 does arrive it will bring with it huge inventory improvements and a new movement response mode for Geralt alongside other additions.

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