Remasters of previous released games has seemingly become a big thing for the gaming industry as of late, with Tomb Raider, the Metro series and possibly the entire Halo collection receiving the next-gen upgrade.
However, it seems that this will not be so for the previously released Witcher games according to CD Projekt RED. In answering a question from a user on Twitter, we learn that they have no plans at this time to bring the first two games to the next-gen consoles.
I had sort of hoped they’d at least bring The Witcher 2 to the PS3 at some point due to only having the third game releasing on all three major platforms, but it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen. Thankfully, CD Projekt RED does do a great job of bringing you up to date with the story, as they did with The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings.
.@KC_32 Sorry. No such plans for now.
— The Witcher (@witchergame) June 6, 2014
The other day we also shared the latest soundtrack offerings that were released for The Witcher 3, but one song was missing…the music from the recently released gameplay trailer. Man, that was some great music and thankfully it wasn’t just trailer music either, it’ll be in the full soundtrack according to The Witcher’s Twitter page, with an option to download that very song soon.
In case your curious of where that music came from, here’s the original track from the artist, Percival, that produced the music for that stunning trailer. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest updates on The Witcher 3 and other upcoming single player titles.