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Witcher 3 Player HousingCorvo Bianco is the first time we get to settle down in The Witcher 3. The manor and vineyard can act as a home to Geralt, where he can rest between adventures, prepare for new ones and invite friends to spend time with.
You’ll unlock it pretty early on. The duchess will ask you to solve a monster problem and offer the old vineyard as reward. After you finish the quest, the estate will be all yours. You’ll be able to repair and upgrade it by following the No Place Like Home quest. If you want to collect some artwork for your estate, we suggest you check out our guide on Where to find paintings in Blood and Wine.
Corvo Bianco Base UpgradesAs soon as the keys have changed hands, a servant will move in. Talking to him will allow you to renovate the estate, but you’ll have to pay up. The renovations aren’t cheap (the early ones cost about 5000 orens), but they’re substantial. Here’s a list of upgrades we know will be available for certain:
|Initial renovations||Several weapon and armor stands, places to hang paintings, basement access||5000||36h|
|Armourer’s Table||Allow you to buff your armor||1000||24h|
|Grindstone||Allow you to buff your weapons||1000||24h|
|Bookshelf||Increases combat experience gain after reading||Free||/|
|Alchemy lab||Bombs and oils get an additional charge, allows breaking down of mutagens||Free||/|
|Bed||Increases the Vitality boost from sleeping||1000||24h|
|Stable||Increases Roache’s stamina after resting||2000||48h|
|Greenhouse||Allows you to grow alchemical plants||2000||48h|
|Guest Room||Allows you to have friends over||1000||48h|
|Additional weapon racks||More place to display weapons||500||24h|
|Additional armor stands||More place to display armor sets||500||24h|