CD Projekt RED rolling out mod tools for The Witcher 2

By Stace Harman, Friday, 10 August 2012 08:30 GMT

CD Projekt RED has announced it will soon release the REDkit, a suite of tools that will set the modding community loose on the PC version of its acclaimed RPG, The Witcher 2: Assassin’s of Kings. REDkit will enable the creation of non-linear adventures, new locations and more, according to the CDPR blog post on the matter; expect some scamp to ensure that “more” equates to “mature content”.

The polish company will be providing behind-closed-doors media presentations of REDkit at next week’s gamescom in Germany.

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