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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Corvo Bianco Vineyard Upgrades ‘Playing House Guide
One of the newest changes in The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine is the ability to acquire and manage your own estate. During The Beast of Toussaint, you get Corvo Bianco Vineyard by Anna Henrietta for managing to defeating shaelmaar.
At the beginning, you will only be able to store your equipment in a chest and use bed. However, as part of Corvo Bianco optional quest, you will be able to renovate Corvo Bianco Vineyard.
From Majordomo Barnabas-Basil Foulty, you will be able to expand Corvo Bianco Vineyard – each expansion requires a set duration and money. Once you have completed the renovation process, you will get Playing House achievement/trophy.
Blood and Wine Corvo Bianco Vineyard Upgrades
Corvo Bianco Vineyard is acquired quite early in the game and has many uses which include resting, inviting friends, preparing for missions, and more.
This guide details all the available Corvo Bianco Vineyard upgrades, the cost of each one, and required time.
How to Get Paintings
After expanding Corvo Bianco Vineyard, you will be able to hang paintings inside the estate. These are just for decorative purposes and can be acquired in various ways.
You will get Geralt of Rivia Shield or Ravix of Fourhorn Shield during The Warble of a Smitten Knight. Moreover, you will get The White Wolf by Count Beledal painting during the Big Game Hunter contract.
Initial Corvo Bianco Vineyard Expansions
The first set of renovations which will get you weapon stands, armor stands, the ability to hang paintings, and access basement will cost you 5,000 gold and a total of 3 in-game days. Inside the basement, you will be able to get access to Alchemy Lab. Other expansions include:
- Armorer’s Table – 1,000 Gold – 24 Hours
- Grindstone – 1,000 Gold – 24 Hours
Other Corvo Bianco Vineyard Expansions
The remaining expansions for Corvo Bianco Vineyard include:
- Bed – 1,000 Gold – 24 Hours
- Weapon Stand – 500 Gold – 24 Hours
- Armor Stand – 500 Gold – 24 Hours
- Guest Area – 1,000 Gold – 48 Hours
- Stable – 2,000 Gold – 48 Hours
- Garden – 2,000 Gold – 48 Hours
Stable will increase Roach’s stamina, sleeping in bed will improve vitality boost, library will enhance XP earned, greenhouse will let you grow plants, Alchemy Lab will allow you to get extra bombs/potions, and the Guest Area will allow you to have friends over.
Once these renovations are done, you will be able to drink some expensive wine with Majordomo, play Gwent, and discuss things.
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