The Witcher 3: Complete Edition will package the base game and every DLC for $50 on August 30

If you were holding off on getting The Witcher 3 until a promised Game of the Year-style edition came along, you might want to get your wallet ready. The Witcher 3: Complete Edition has just gone up on Amazon, with a price of $50 and release date of August 30 listed.

As you could probably guess by the name, The Witcher 3: Complete Edition packages together the base game, plus all the DLC. That means you'll be getting The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, 16 pieces of free DLC, plus the expansions Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine. Unfortunately, unlike the retail editions of Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine, there are no Gwent decks to collect here.

For now, the game is only listed for release in the US. I suspect that will change shortly however, and that we'll soon see an EU release date and pricing.

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