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Post by Dan @ 09:19am 30/05/12 | 1 Comments
Ahead of what is expected to be a full announcement in their "Summer Conference 2012" presentation, Polish developers of The Witcher, CD Projekt RED have released a teasery piece of concept art for their all-new RPG.

The developer first revealed work on the new game in a job listing a couple of weeks ago, revealing only that it would have the same dark and mature themes as The Witcher, but with gunplay -- suggesting that it would have a more contemporary or futuristic setting.

Today's concept art however, seems to all be confirm that the new game will feature dystopic sci-fi setting as you don't get more cyberpunk than this guy. Hit the thumbnail below for a closer look.

CDP's Summer Conference will be live-streamed at both http://www.thewitcher.comthewitcher.com and facebook.com/thewitcher on May 30th 2012 at 5pm GMT, which equates to 2am, Thursday, June 1st here in AEST.

More Witcher-related announcements as well as more GOG.com goodies are also expected to come out of the event.




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Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:57pm 30/5/12
I'm not sure about Europeans and sci-fi... their track record isn't amazing
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