CD Projekt confirms The Witcher 3 plans

By on August 25, 2011

“The end of The Witcher 2 is the beginning of much larger event”

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Polish studio CD Projekt RED confirmed that its epic role-playing series is soon to be a trilogy, with a third entry to The Witcher saga being indeed planned.

Speaking to German community site, Jan BartKowicz affirmed the series’ ensuing trilogy path once questioned about the cliffhanger endings in The Witcher 2.

“That’s a good question. Well, I think the problem that some people have is the overall impression. The first part could just as easily be a stand-alone, while the second part being part of a planned trilogy, logically, had a very open end for the third part has to go. Consider this example, for comparison, to films like Pirates of the Caribbean, where the first part, had a self-contained story, the latter is unchangeable, but then you think, it should be a trilogy. So people have a problem then. The end of The Witcher 2 is the beginning of much larger events, while The Witcher one was rather a cliffhanger ending.“ BartKowicz said, as conveyed by Google Translate.

The first Witcher was indeed a refreshing title, with positive reception seized from both critics and fans alike. However, the sequel was a huge step forward in CD Projekt’s game development route, and seeing a third outing from the engrossing RPG isn’t much surprising, but still undeniably a great piece of news.


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