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Post by Eorl @ 02:12pm 18/04/12 | 5 Comments
CD Projekt RED has today announced that their landmark role-playing game has arrived on consoles for the first time, as The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition is now available on the Xbox 360 as well as on the PC.
All the RPG greatness of The Witcher 2 comes to the Xbox 360 in the richest and most plentiful edition ever. The Enhanced Edition adds around 4 hours of additional quests to the award-winning RPG and makes the intense story even more intriguing thanks to 35 minutes of new cut-scenes and cinematics. The new edition of the game comes with all the previous DLCs and upgrades including the arcade arena mode and a completely separate tutorial system.
For PC players the Enhanced Edition is actually free for anyone who owns the game, which you can find the full patch on AusGamers. CD Projekt is also offering any customers with a version of The Witcher 2 the ability to get a version for free, which you can find here.

If you haven't yet tried out The Witcher 2 and are still on the fence, you can check out AusGamers review of the Enhanced Edition, as well as the PC Edition released last year.

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Posted 03:03pm 18/4/12
Anyone know if the patch is on Gamearena?
Posted 03:09pm 18/4/12
The game is 15% off on steam at the moment too for the next few days.

Edit: Oh, its 20% on Greenman gaming, damn, I should have checked that last night before I bought it on Steam
Posted 03:09pm 18/4/12
I'm a bit bummed that the enhancements to the lighting from the 360 Enhanced Edition didn't end up in the PC version. There were some pretty huge improvements in there.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 03:23pm 18/4/12
They rewrote the whole lighting system for 360, which I guess wasn't as easy to translate back to PC - maybe in a future update they will
Posted 10:18pm 18/4/12
Too bloody busy with work (and too tired when I get home) to give it a go yet but I thought the new intro movie was pretty well done!
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