It's been a big week for The Witcher with the announcement of the final game in the Geralt trilogy, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and the prior two games going on sale for half price until February 8 on Steam and GOG.com. To cap it all off, it's been revealed that the series has surpassed the five-million-copies-sold milestone.
"This is great news, especially since the 2012 debuted console debut on the Xbox 360 contributed largely to this result, receiving great feedback from gamers and critics," said CD PROJEKT SA CEO Adam Kiciński.
I never did play The Witcher 2 because of a lacking PC at the time, but I've heard it's gotten even better since the initial release. Something to consider, for sure. Check back in later today, as we'll be breaking down what we'd like to see (and not see) in The Witcher 3.
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