The big news this week has been that The Witcher returns to consoles. In 2015, the company CD Projekt Red released the title The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt, which has become one of the favorites of the community.
Since then it has worked on expansions, on the Nintendo Switch version and also on an improved version for the PS5 and Xbox Series X console that will go on sale this year.
On the other hand, Netflix has adapted this saga of books and games to a live-action version that includes the participation of Henry Cavill. But this is not all that has been prepared about the witcher saga: recently, the development company confirmed that there will be a The Witcher 4.
They will make the leap to the Unreal Engine 5 graphics engine and have partnered with Epic Games for this project. Of course, many gamers have expressed concern after this alliance because DC Projekt Red has always stayed away from collaborations with virtual stores.
The Twitter user @Sebasti66855537 asked the developer if they only plan to release the game in Epic Games Store. The answer was short and concise: “We do not plan to make the game exclusive to a single store.”
Let’s remember that they have a platform that bears the name of GOG.com, while their titles can also be found in other stores such as Steam.
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