The Witcher 2 still heading to console

CD Projekt reacts to rumours.

CD Projekt has quashed rumours that console versions of The Witcher 2 have been scrapped.

Speculation swirled out of news that Namco Bandai had signed as the PC game's European distributor - the point being that no console versions were mentioned.

"CD Projekt always wanted and still plans to develop The Witcher 2 on consoles - nothing has changed," tweeted the company.

Alek Pakulski, community manager, added: "There are some rumours about us cancelling the console versions. That's just wrong, guys!"

Nevertheless, CD Projekt has not confirmed a date for the console versions of the game; a simultaneous ship with PC in 2011 looks unlikely.

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