The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Delayed Until 2015

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Upon carefully “re-examining what they have created thus far” developer CD Projekt RED has decided to push the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt back to February 2015.

“The decision we made was difficult, thoroughly considered, and ultimately clear and obvious,” said the firm. “We could have released the game towards the end of this year as we had initially planned. Yet we concluded that a few additional months will let us achieve the quality that will satisfy us, the quality gamers expect from us.

They go on to say; “We’ve created a story that flows naturally, cinematically, rendered it in amazing sound and visuals, while preserving full freedom of choice – all for you. We knew this to be an ambitious plan, but believed we could achieve it by bringing together our team with its creative energies and current gaming platforms with their technical capabilities. A project this vast and complex would inevitably require special care in its final stages, manual fine-tuning of many details, thorough testing time and again.”

“We recently reexamined what we had achieved thus far, and faced a choice about the game’s final release date. The decision we made was difficult, thoroughly considered, and ultimately clear and obvious. We could have released the game towards the end of this year as we had initially planned. Yet we concluded that a few additional months will let us achieve the quality that will satisfy us, the quality gamers expect from us. Consequently, we have set the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for February 2015.”

This news comes to us from an open letter update from CD Projekt RED which you can read here – The game will be released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One next year.

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  • This is big news. This game (for many people) would easily be considered a game people would move to “Next-Gen” boxes to get.

    Ultimately, if anyone knows CD-PR, they know that they are to be trusted. If they think they can make the game better than it currently is, fans know that they’re in for a treat, the more time they have to work on the game.

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