Day one The Witcher 2 DLC revealed

All DLC to be free.

Polish developer CD Projekt has revealed the first downloadable content for fantasy role-playing game The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.

It's a side-quest called Troll Trouble, and launches day and date with the game.

Meanwhile, CD Projekt has promised its fans that all The Witcher 2 downloadable content will be free, including Troll Trouble.

"Let me announce that all our DLCs will be FREE," a CD Projekt developer wrote on US shop GameStop's Facebook page. "All of them. If anything will be for purchase, those will be expansion packs. First DLC will launch together with the game release."

This day one DLC is in addition to the myriad offerings from shops. You know how it is these days.

The Witcher 2, out today, is an adult RPG based in a linear/open hybrid world.

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