CD Project Red has delayed the next generation version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but the company insists that this port is not under development, despite yet another delay and no launch date. The term “development hell” was mentioned during the call for financial profits from CD Projekt Red (through IGN), where the alleged report was repeated.
This is what a representative of CD Project Red said about The Witcher 3 in next generation systems that are in the hell of evolution:
“When it comes to the launch of the next generation of Witcher 3, there is one comment I would like to make. I was looking at titles on the internet and one called out to me: ‘The next generation of Witcher 3 has retired indefinitely ‘. “[This] It seems that the game is in a kind of development hell. I would say that is not a fact. There are many indications that we will launch in June next year. That is not the case at all ”.
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CD Project Red confirms that the gateway to the next generation of The Witcher 3 is not in development hell
For those who do not know, CD Project Red decided to bring the gate of the next generation of Witcher 3 to an in-house development team after the game was originally dedicated to Saber Interactive. The specific reason why they left the project is still unknown.
Until it hits the doors to the next generation, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
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