Witcher 2 originally planned for Q4 release on Xbox 360, will now launch worldwide on 17th April, developer CD Projekt has announced.
Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition features most polished and definitive version of the game, revealed the developer. Following is summary of the enhancements you can expect over PC version of the game released almost a year ago:
- New CGI intro sequence
- 33 minutes of new cinematics
- Four additional hours of gameplay
- Two new adventures
- New characters
- New locations
- Revamped intelligent camera system
- New target locking system
- Improved Character Panel
- New panels navigation bar
- More responsive control system
Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition, priced at £44.99, comes on two discs and also includes a quest handbook, official soundtrack and world map.
If enhanced edition doesn’t cut it, you can buy deluxe Dark Edition for £59.99. Dark Edition comes in a special edition box and also includes an art book, three stickers, a medallion and a ‘making of’ DVD.
CD Projekt hasn’t forgotten its core market and will also launch a PC version of the Enhanced Edition on 17th April. If you own the game already, you will get the new features via free content update on the same day. You can pre-order these editions from retailer of your choice and get more freebies.
Can’t wait for April ? Witcher 2 original PC version is on sale at 15% off via ‘GOG.com’. Grab it now to enjoy the enhanced edition features later via free update.