The Witcher 3 just wrapped up its latest free DLC addition to the campaign, adding new missions along with a new game plus mode. Overall, The Witcher 3 has seen 16 free DLC additions since its launch earlier this year, from cosmetic additions, to further gameplay extensions. When asked about the offered DLC, Marcin Iwinski, CD Projekt Red co-founder and CEO, had this to say: SOURCE This isn't to say that paid DLC will not come to the game at a later date, but Iwinski insists that the additions will offer over 30 hours of new gameplay and continue to expand the overall story of the huge meta that is The Witcher 3. In most cases with games like Evolve or Call of Duty, these small additions would be paid addons in the form of micro-transactions. Microtransactions have become a growing controversy in the industry over time and seeing some developers shed light in the controversy is refreshing. How do you feel about CD Project Red's stance on DLC?