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The Witcher 2 goes gold

At least one game due in May is sticking to its proposed release date. Developer CD Projekt has just announced that its long awaited fantasy RPG title The Witcher 2 has now "gone gold" meaning that the game is completed and is being replicated onto disks that will later be shipped to stores.

That ship date is still scheduled for May 17, a date that CD Projekt announced several months ago. The game, a sequel to the million selling The Witcher, will be released in retail stores in the US via publisher Atari as well as download sites. However the CD Projekt owned GoG.com will be the only place to download and purchase a DRM-free copy of the game.

[Via email press release]

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