If you are someone that will buy CD Projekt RED's The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and are concerned about all the nonsense associated with DRM and used game sales blocking found on the Xbox One, and you want free DLC (that you likely won't get for free on the PS4), then your best bet seems to be found on the PC.
CD Projekt already confirmed that The Witcher 3 would be DRM-free on the PC, and now we have learned that downloadable content for the game on PC will be free of charge. That is what studio head Marcin Iwinski told Rock, Paper, Shotgun in a recent interview.
Iwinski would love to bring free DLC to all platforms including PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, but that is dependent on platform holders. The one sure bet for free DLC seems to be on PC for the time being.
"It's too early to talk specifics, but definitely all the DLCs and updates will be free," he said. "Of course, we'll see what the platform holders will allow, what we can do for free [on next-gen consoles]. I mean, there are different business models on consoles. From our standpoint, we'll definitely do everything we can to deliver the same experience across all platforms."
The Witcher 3 will release to PC on games distribution website Good Old Games on day one and will be DRM-free.