The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a standout amongst the most very expected titles of the year, coming to both current-Gen Consoles and PC. Amid a demo occasion last Thursday, CD Projekt RED CEO, Marcin Iwinski affirmed that there will be mod support for the Witcher 3, including a toolset like REDkit
“Yes, yes, yes, we will. There will be an editor,” Iwinski said. “For Witcher 2 we released it quite late. For Witcher 3 it will be faster.”
Witcher 2 got the REDkit, Official Modding toolkit, two years after the arrival of the game. There’s no saying yet on a timetable for The Witcher 3 REDkit, as the group needs to concentrate on conveying on the guarantees they made for their fans, both for giving the best gaming experience possible, and additionally staying aware of DLCs.
“Look at Skyrim, the last patch was like two years after the release,” Iwinski said. “We want to make sure people have a great experience out of the box and I’m sure we’re going to deliver that. People are working around the clock to make sure everything works great.”
The developers listen to their fans, and admiration their criticism incredibly. CD Projekt is acclaimed for their anti-DRM stance, and rather like to dishearten robbery, by being the sort of organization deserving of backing.
“The DRMs don’t work because they don’t protect anything. In such cases pirates usually have a better experience, and we don’t want to treat our audience that way,” Iwinski said. “If they like us and they like what we’re doing then hopefully they support us. Some companies try the stick but we prefer the carrot approach.”
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will debut in stores on May 19. The game will appear on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.