Not only is the game’s Blu-Ray in there but there’s also a soundtrack CD, the game instructions, a mini guide to the world of The Witcher that includes codes to unlock bonus content and also a fold out map of the region.
The last item worth mentioning is a note that is basically a commitment by CDPR to ensure you will get a substantial amount of DLC for free in addition to long term support for the game.
In an industry where the lifetime of some titles may not stretch past a single year, it’s courageous of CDPR to not only make that statement but to put it right there in the box with your game. But they’ve always been willing to go that additional step further; you just have to see what they’ve done for previous games or even GOG.com. You can’t help but applaud them.
The game is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Now please excuse me while I go back to hunting this griffin a base commander just told me about…