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Post by Dan @ 09:52am 13/08/12 | 3 Comments
Just in case PC gamers needed another reason to like CD Projekt RED, the altruistic Polish developer has announced that they will soon be releasing the REDKit, a set of mod tools for their fantasy RPG The Witcher 2.

Specific details of REDkit's contents have not been revealed, however a developer blog post explains that they will enable users to modify The Witcher 2 to create "new, non-linear adventures, great looking locations and much more", which indicates both quest scripting and map-making capabilities.

REDkit is expected to be shown off to press at this week's GamesCom expo in Cologne, so we'll be sure to find out more about it in the next few days.












Latest Comments
Midda
Posted 11:01am 13/8/12
That's awesome, I hope they get a lot of attention from talented modders. I loved the shit out of The Witcher 2.
koopz
Posted 03:09pm 13/8/12
if only we could do this with the Battlefield games.


I want some BF3 Surf mod bitchahs




last edited by koopz at 15:09:20 13/Aug/12
ravn0s
Posted 04:45pm 13/8/12
that surf map is fucking insane.
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