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Submitted by The Round Peg 2230d ago | interview

The Witcher Enhanced Edition Interview @ GameBanshee

In mid-February, CD Projekt RED announced plans to release an "Enhanced Edition" version of The Witcher that will not only address a few pending issues but will also add a reasonable helping of new content. In an attempt to learn more about the ambitious project, the upcoming D'jinni editor, and the franchise's future, GameBanshee cornered CD Projekt's Tom Ohle, Katarzyna Kuczynska, and Mateusz Kanik and presented them with questions. (PC, PS3, The Witcher, Xbox 360)

JoelR  +   2230d ago
The enhanced edition sounds great. I love the fact that even 6 months after launch these guys are getting ready to release an update that will fundementally change the game for the better (from it's amazing state right now) and then doing this update free for those who already own the game.

/bow
/claphands
/cheer
Asurastrike  +   2230d ago
I would really love to play this game. Wish it was on PS3.

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