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Preview: Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings - Enhanced Edition [addicted-gamers]

This article briefly covers the new features added to the Xbox 360 port of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings - Enhanced Edition as revealed by the February 2012 issue of Game Informer. The most relevant and newsworthy of these features (as mentioned in the article) is the inclusion of over four hours of entirely new quests and storyline.

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Tony P2041d ago (Edited 2041d ago )

The Enhanced Edition material has always been treated like a free patch for previous buyers of the game.

So, I'm pretty sure EE here is just the game plus the already released updates which already add a load of content.

If it's even more new stuff, CDP would never stiff PC players. At least they have a really strong record of not doing that.

Hopefully, recent troubles with Namco-Bandai won't change that.

ThichQuangDuck2041d ago

Wish they would have the 360 version include Witcher 1 also ,but either way I am very excited for this one and this is a underrated, forgotten E3 announcement

VOP2041d ago

As covered in the article itself the Enhanced Edition is going to feature the full game (obviously), all the additional content released for the PC version (Dark difficulty, extended tutorial, etc), and will add four hours of new quests (i.e. quests not already released for the PC version like Troll Trouble).

I can only imagine that these quests surrounding the kidnapping of royal heirs (which features new characters, locations, and dialogue) will be released for the PC version. It just has not been confirmed yet.

urwifeminder2041d ago

The best game i played in years is witcher cant wait to get into the 2nd game will play 360 version for achieves the game series doesnt seem to be as cliche as other rpgs.

VOP2041d ago

I think what makes the series feel different and in some ways better than a majority of RPGs out there is that it truly does have a darker and more mature feel.

Not very many RPGs really have that going for them.