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The Witcher 2010 April 7, 2010

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The Witcher 2: DLC and console versions in question
CD Projekt RED focuses on the development of The Witcher 2 PCs, but DLC and console versions are planned.

Through an interview with Tomek Gop – senior producer at CD Projekt RED – VG247 our colleagues have obtained some information about The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings, a game that the studio polish confirmed there are only a few days.

Stephany Nunneley was first taken to clarify the issue “technological”. The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings did not actually based on the Aurora engine used on the first opus. This is a “new engine created for the occasion” and remove the technical limitations related to the Aurora Engine that “the work of designers, animators and artists is easy and requires no intervention Systematic programmers.

Our colleague then turned on the script, something that Tomek Gop course did not want too much detail. At the beginning of the adventure, order is restored in the Kingdom of Temeria and there remains a region “secession”, the barony of Valletta Maria Luiza. King Foltest asks Geralt, the hero, to accompany him to rein in these rebels. Geralt prefer to follow its own path, but as we do not say no to a king, he champing at the bit … yet.

Stephany Nunneley also touched on “sensitive subjects” including a discussion of relevant platforms. Tomek Gop has confirmed the arrival of PC gaming for the first quarter of 2011, but states that “on other platforms, nothing has yet been announced, nothing has been promised and nothing was found. This is more or less the same story of extra content (DLC): “we obviously think we have many ideas and there are many possibilities, but we focus first on the game.”

Finally, our colleague has taken the opportunity given to him for an update on The Witcher: Rise Of The White Wolf, the console version of the first part of the adventures of Geralt. Tomek Gop said while the project is not canceled. Without resources, CD Projekt RED has stopped development, but adds that “the only sure thing is that everybody wants to come back” …

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