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Post by Dan @ 10:40am 22/02/13 | 0 Comments
When CD Projekt RED revealed development of their upcoming open world Witcher sequel, it was wildly expected that they had plans for both Sony and Microsoft's next generation console platforms, and now that the PlayStation 4 is now public knowledge, they've confirmed that one (via Eurogamer):
"Of course, we couldn't reveal any specifics about this to our fans, even though many journalists and forum members asked about when and how The Witcher might show up on Sony's console. After yesterday's PlayStation Meeting we can finally promise: The Witcher 3 is coming to the PlayStation 4.

"The new hardware gives us the opportunity to create something great. We are able to work with the new console from its birth and this allows our in-house REDengine 3 to push the graphical limits of what the PlayStation hardware can display. The console is fresh and has some innovative solutions that we're looking forward to using in our game."
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is due in 2014, and in addition to PlayStation 4, will also be landing on PC, and any other "high end consoles" --which is only expected to include the next Xbox.



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