CD Projekt RED today announced that in May of this year, a new and improved version of The Witcher will appear in stores, a game already considered by many players and media to be one of the best PC RPG titles of 2007.
Michal Kicinski, CEO of CD Projekt added: "The leading idea during the development of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition is to create a game that is devoid of all of the major criticisms levied at the original release. The Witcher was received very warmly by both players and the media, but we are well aware that it is not a product without its faults. There was just not enough time to perfect certain elements, while we learned that some things needed to be changed from the players themselves. Now we have the opportunity to introduce changes that will allow The Witcher to provide even more enjoyment. I hope that, as a result, the game will come even closer to the ideal RPG."
Currently, CD Projekt RED consists of 70 people working on The Witcher: Enhanced Edition and another as-of-yet unannounced project. More information is available at the official site.