The Witcher 3 Won’t Get Preferential Treatment For Any Specific Platform

By   /   May 20, 2014

One question which is always in the minds of gamers following the reveal of an upcoming multiplatform title, which platform would be getting the preferential treatment?

Following last year’s reveal of The Witcher 3 at E3, where the game was showcased at Microsoft’s press conference, many people had been wondering whether the game would be getting some exclusive content for Xbox One or not.

According to Marcin Iwinski, the co-founder of CD Projekt Red, all platforms are being treated equally by the developers.

There will be no extra gameplay for a specific platform or artificial delays so that one platform gets the game early whilst the other waits for months. According to Iwinski, such moves are “against our values”.

Witcher 3 has no multiplayer mode but it has been suggested that there will be some sort of online connectivity involved details of which will be made available during E3 2014.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a next-gen only multiplatform RPG and given by the gameplay videos and images we have seen, it’s one of the first RPGs which can truly be called next gen. The game, which is the final installment in the Witcher trilogy is set to be released in February 2015 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.