CD Projekt is chasing The Witcher II pirates to the extent it’s hired a German law firm to pursue them, according to a report on VE3D. Those suspected of downloading the game illegally will be forced to “pay up or else” as an attempt by the Polish company to reclaim money lost. If those suspected do not comply, they could face fines up to $1200 or legal action. More information through the links.
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The Witcher II
The Witcher II releases for 360 in Britain today, and Namco Bandai UK marketing boss Lee Kirton has promised you won’t be buying a straight up port over the PC version.
VG247 has received reports of UK supermarket Tesco breaking the street date for the Xbox 360 version of The Witcher II, but Namco Bandai has said its in the process of contacting stores to pull stock from shelves.