European developer CD Projekt are gearing up for the release of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition - a tweaked version of their 2007 RPG in which they've gone back to the drawing board to address several criticisms, in response to the original game's reviews and fan feedback.
Technical enhancements include faster loading times alongside improved combat responsiveness and precision. Following feedback from fans, the English script has been re-worked, while extensive amounts of the voice-over has been re-recorded for the English and German versions, all to deliver an even more immersive and involving story experience. All of the enhancements will be available as a free download to existing game owners via the game’s official website, www.thewitcher.com.
Today, they've released a bunch of new videos describing in-depth some of the additions and improvements in the new version. Check them out in our video library:
Those that already own the game can look out for this one in patch form from thewitcher.com on September 19 while prospective buyers will be able to find the updated retail game on local store shelves October 02 2008. Screenshots and files can be found on our The Witcher: Enhanced Edition game page