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The Witcher developer CD Projekt RED and GOG.com have announced that they will be hosting their 2012 Summer Conference next week on May 30th 2012 at 5pm GMT (technically still Spring in the Northern Hemisphere, but let's not split hairs).

Like their previous conferences, the Polish company will be live streaming the event for all to tune in to, however the time difference equates to 2am, Thursday, June 1st here in AEST, so hopefully we'll have a recording to share the following day.

In an invitation video (embedded below), CDP CEO Marcin Iwiński mentions only that it will be a "major announcement", not a "Smurfs game", and that there will be a lot of information from both The Witcher developer and their sister company, online retailer GOG.com.

The live-streams will be made available on both thewitcher.com and facebook.com/thewitcher , which all but confirms that the primary announcement will be related to the popular RPG franchise, however recent job listings suggest that the developer has both another Witcher sequel as well as an all-new RPG property with more contemporary themes in the works, so perhaps we'll get to learn more about both.




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