Yesterday, CD Projekt RED released a teaser trailer for their upcoming Xbox 360 version of their hit 2011 PC game, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. Last year, this RPG turned heads so fast I’m surprised CD Projekt RED didn’t have to defend itself against multiple whiplash lawsuits. At E3 2011, less than a month after the release of The Witcher 2 on PC, CD Projekt RED announced that they would be bringing the game to Xbox 360, with all of the additional free content that PC players could expect to receive up until the release of the Xbox 360 version.
Not only that, but all of the additional content that is being included in the Enhanced Edition of the game for Xbox 360 will be made available for free to PC players on the 360 version’s release date, April 17th.
Wait…what was that around the 0:50 mark?
Well look at that. The Witcher 2 for Xbox 360 will include four hours of new gameplay in the third chapter of the game, as well as additional new content. Also, a confirmation that all of this additional content will make its way to PC players for free on April 17th, when the 360 version releases.
What’s that mention of a second teaser trailer? Why, it’s an exclusive Machinima trailer, also released yesterday!
Did you know that I’m going to play the shit out of this game?