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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine's Toussaint Is Insanely Huge, Roughly 8 Square Kilometer

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine's Toussaint Is Insanely Huge, Roughly 8 Square Kilometer

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine's Toussaint Is Insanely Huge, Roughly 8 Square Kilometer
December 05
08:18 2016


The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine’s Toussaint Is Insanely Huge, Roughly 8 Square Kilometer

Blood and Wine is said to be the last adventure of Geralt, and the biggest DLC ever released to The Witcher games, featuring 20+ hours of gameplay. Which is great. Anyway, we don’t know how big is the new Toussaint region, that’s reported to be like something completely new in the tone and mood of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine

Reddit user m051293 has made some calculations, discovering that this new area is roughly 8 km2, as big as the land area in Skellige (about 40% of the full Skellige map, a bit larger than Ard Skellig).

“I measured the in-game distances from N-S & W-E (the mini-map distances). The map is approximately 3085m X 2579m, or 7.96 km2. This is about 53% of the Novigrad/Velen/HOS total map size, and about the same size as all of the land area in Skellige (~35-40% of the full Skellige map, definitely a bit larger than Ard Skellig).

Note that this measurement (and the other map measurements) do not account for the restricted area at the border of each map where Geralt refuses to walk to. Accounting for those is a little difficult because the invisible border is not made up of straight lines. Mentally, I just tack off 10-15% of the sizes listed below.”

Just to allow you to make some comparisons, these are the other The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt areas:

  • Novigrad & Velen (+HOS): 15.2 km2 (5.8 mi2)
  • Skellige Isles & Ocean: 28.9 km2 (11.1 mi2)
  • White Orchard: 0.8 km2 (0.3 mi2)
  • Kaer Morhen: 1.4 km2 (0.6 mi2)
  • Total: 46.3 km2 (17.8 mi2)

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