Witcher creator and author Andrzej Sapkowski rejected CD Projekt Red’s first draft contract offer for The Witcher 1 over the misspelling of lead character Geralt’s name, according to the studio’s original head Sebastian Zieliński.
And yet he undercharged for the licensing of the Witcher, how ironic.
A local writer who only writes in Polish, which has hardly any chance to get an English translation. What do you expect him to do? Ask a higher price and they won't take it, then you are left with nothing. What he should have done is made a contract for lik 1 or 2 games and review the license afterwards.
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