CD Projekt RED has confirmed that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has gone gold, meaning that game development has finished. With just over a month until the game is set to arrive on the Xbox One and Windows PCs, the team is extremely excited about going gold.
Adam Badowski, Head of Studio at CD PROJEKT RED, said:
"We worked so damn hard over the past three years to bring you this game. From the corrupt nobles in Novigrad to ancient monsters lurking in deep forests, to the bustling cities, colorful ports and breathtaking vistas; all the people, all the places -- we literally spent tens of thousands of hours to turn all that into an adventure that will kick your ass and make you want to come for more. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has gone GOLD and will soon be yours!"
Recently the team released a trailer showing five minutes of gameplay, and back in January we got to spend some time checking out the game. If you have yet to pre-order, you can do so at the links below.
- Pre-order The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for the Xbox One on Amazon US
- Pre-order The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for the Xbox One on Amazon UK
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