Four days ago, CD Projekt Red announced in an open letter that The Witcher 3 – Wild Hunt would be released February 2015. The complexity of the world, design, game mechanics and balancing issues were among the main reasons for the delay. Needless to say, some fans were disappointed, while others welcomed the thoroughness of work.
Two days later, however, the Polish publisher proclaimed that they will from now on work more intensively on the third part of the series. Several new developers were assigned to the project, aiming to get the game finished earlier.
The company stated that The Witcher 3 should be the pinnacle of their RPGs, both in length and quality. Over 11 years of experience go into the final installment. In their open letter CD Projekt Red say that fans won’t be disappointed, as they promise an “exceptional RPG, one of the best, providing many hours of wonderful entertainment”.
Many games in the past years were released buggy, rushed or unfinished. The fact the creators of The Witcher don’t necessarily want to set their release date within Christmas 2014 hopefully proves that they mean business to meet “the quality gamers expect from us.”