GOG to sell The Witcher II next May

By Johnny Cullen, Thursday, 18 November 2010 12:53 GMT

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The recently relaunched Good Old Games is to sell CD Projekt RPG The Witcher II when it releases next May, according to EG.

An offcial announcement is due at a Witcher II press conference in Poland tonight.

It’s also expected to run DRM-free.

The service has only focused on retro-only titles since it began in 2008. Obviously, that’s now going to change with W2.

This type of move was also inevitable: CD Projekt also created and run GOG as well.

The Witcher II was confirmed for a May 17, 2011 date earlier this week, with its collector’s edition getting out afterwards.

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