The Witcher 2 preorder incentives expanded

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 10 February 2011 00:15 GMT

Good Old Games has updated the pre-order page for The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, revealing a slew of new bonuses for existing and – dare we hint broadly – new preorders.

Wither 2 preorders made through GOG entitle the purchaser to immediate access to several digital incentives, recently extended to include a .pdf art book with five exclusive illustrations.

The new immediate-access incentives come on top of previously announced wallpapers, avatars, four MP3 tracks, and a photo tour of the CD Projekt RED studio.

If you’ve already placed your pre-order through GOG, you’re eligible to download the newly-added incentives as well.

The digital version sold through GOG also digitally replicates bonus items found in the retail package, such as maps and latters; the game’s manual; and even a couple of papercraft figures. These will be made available on release day, although digital purchasers will also receive an exclusve art book in .pdf format.

There are a couple of different editions of the game to chosoe from; Steam and GOG preorders discount the game’s digital cover price by ten percent, while GOG is exclusively offering a free game from their RPG back catalogue.

On top of that, the game looks great. The Witcher 2 is due on May 17, exclusively for PC.

Thanks, Blue.

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