CD Projekt RED Boss Says No ‘The Witcher 3′ Beta; Talks Delay, Open-World, Game of Thrones and More

Nerdacy: "At the pre-E3 Witcher 3 event, I spoke very briefly with CD Projekt RED co-founder Marcin Iwinski on the studio’s upcoming Witcher installment, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, about the game’s delay, its open-world setting, a potential beta, Game of Thrones, and a few other things."

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BigBosss1653d ago

I am super excited about this game, cannot wait to play it. Yes it may have been delayed until Feb next year, but that's obviously a good thing and we have other games to keep us company until W3 comes out :)

XiSasukeUchiha1653d ago

I am truly excited for this game!

GarrusVakarian1653d ago

Me too, im anticipating this game more than most exclusives.

DoctorJones1653d ago

I'm anticipating this game more than any other game.

MasterD9191653d ago

Far more interested in Witcher 3 than Dragon Age 3....

Dark111653d ago

Well to be fair W3 is PS4/X1/PC only so it makes sense
nevertheless i'm buying both Day 1.

Kenshin_BATT0USAI1653d ago

Doesn't make sense to beta test a SP game. Internal testers will catch most, if not all potential bugs. Thankfully this isn't bethesda and these guys actually have internal testers.

Xof1653d ago (Edited 1653d ago )

You're using those words, but you don't seem to know what they mean. You're thinking of "open beta," where a beta build of a game is made available to a portion of the public for open testing.

All games NEED beta development. Or, rather, they have to have beta development in order to actually be games. Quick-and-handy guide for ya':

Pre-Alpha: missing core features
Alpha: core features implemented
Beta: all features implemented
Gold: ready for sale

Kenshin_BATT0USAI1653d ago

It was inferred that I meant Open beta testing. Your lack of comprehension isn't my problem.

Xof1653d ago

And again, that word doesn't mean what you think it means.

You mean, "implied," not "inferred."

And no, it wasn't.

renerak1653d ago

Reading the books and from what i read Geralt is: a true neutral when it comes to siding with supernaturals or humans, a good person trying to be neutral when it comes to good and evil so he is neutral-good. I wholly recomend the books to anyone interested, they are brilliant. And atleast read 'the last wish' it will tell u where the phrase abt evil and lesser evil came from in the witcher 3 killing monsters trailer.

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