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Based in Warsaw, Poland, CD Projekt Red has quietly become one of the most beloved studios in the gaming industry. The game development studio is housed under the larger CD Projekt company that also distributes Disney films in Poland and runs GOG.com. Based on the Polish novels, the Witcher license has given CD Projekt Red an opportunity to create mature RPGs that have garnered high critical praise and a devoted fanbase. Partnering with publishers like Atari and Warner Bros. in the past only to help distribute their games across the world, the studio puts a strong emphasis on creative independence.
Watch the video below to learn from the vice president of business development at CD Projekt Red how the studio acquired the Witcher license and how they are funding the massive project that is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
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I laughed when he said something about competing with D2 - Witcher 2 was a much much better game even with the original short third chapter than D2.
I love GOG.com.
Loved Witcher 2 so really looking forward to more news about Witcher 3.
I have nothing but respect for CDProjekt RED. Hope they keep up the amazing work!
They're doing in the right way.
Just picked up assassins of kings this weekend. Really enjoying it, but I suck at the combat portion lol.
What a cool and humble guy.
I like his mantra, hope other companies can find more love for the game and just not the profits with overpriced dlc
Yeah, let me tell you, the game was awesome and so was the music.
Gents, i salute you.