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The Witcher 2 developers plan to fine people who download game illegally

The Witcher 2 may be released without any DRM set ups on GoG.com but that doesn't mean the game's developer CD Projekt Red doesn't care that its long awaited RPG could be pirated. Eurogamer reports that the developer plans to fine anyone it believes has download the game illegally and could even take those people to court if they don't pay the fine.

CD Projekt's co-founder Marcin Iwiński states, "I'm sure you've heard about stories in the US when recording companies were chasing people. We don't want to be so harsh, but there is a chance that this might happen to some people if they download illegally. There will be an initiative." The game itself is due for release in mid-May 2011.

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