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Music from The Witcher series of games available soon on Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play Music!

We are delighted to announce the release of The Witcher series soundtracks in popular streaming services and digital music stores all around the world. Spearheading the release of the entire 132 item catalogue, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt extended 56-track soundtrack is available now on: Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music, and other services. The remaining tracks containing music from The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and The Witcher will become available for streaming and purchase within two weeks.

The tracklists for all the soundtracks consist of 29 items for The Witcher, 47 items for The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, and 56 items for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The just-released soundtrack for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt additionally features 25 tracks previously unavailable anywhere else, and two special singles — The Wolven Storm (also known as “Priscilla’s Song”) and Lullaby of Woe, known from the “Night to remember” launch cinematic. 

“Fans asked and we did everything to deliver,” says The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Music Director, Marcin Przybyłowicz. “We’ve prepared special extended versions of our compilations that contain never-before-published tracks and singles, and I sincerely hope that gamers use this opportunity to once again dive into the mesmerizing sounds of Geralt’s world,” Przybyłowicz adds. 

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Poser Posts: 45 Joined: 2015-08-12
Calm down mate you have no data corrupted. Before you reinstall the game you were playing on a specific patch let's say it was 1.08 , after deleting the game and installing it again you said that you didn't update it , so now you're playing the original version , but the saved data was created/associated with other data on the 1.08 patch ,so you won't be able to use that saved data until you update the game to their required specific patch . you can start a new game but i don't think that will help you .
Now about the dlc , i'm having the same problem so i ignored them actually , couldn't find a solution .
hope this helps you.