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Friday, 19 October 2007 11:53

The Witcher goes gold

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Coming October 26th

 

CD Projekt and Atari have announced that their upcoming RPG, The Witcher, has gone gold and that it will be available on October 26th for Europe, and October 30th for North America. We had a chance to see and play the beta of this impressive RPG earlier at the Games Convention in Leipzig, and it looked good even then.

The Witcher follows a story based on a series of novels by Andrzej Sapkowski. Gamers will find themselves in the role of Geralt the Witcher as he explore the world created by CD Projekt. Even though there are no decent RPG titles coming out for this holiday season, we are confident that The Witcher would easily handle any competition in the future.

We will need to wait a little longer. This holiday season keeps getting better and better for the gaming community.

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