UPDATED: Developer CD Projekt has confirmed the news during its Summer Conference - the The Witcher II is coming to Xbox 360 later this year with all the content from the PC version intact.
ORIGINAL STORY: Two major Polish retailers list PC role-playing game The Witcher 2 for release on Xbox 360 on 15th November 2011.
That's a Tuesday.
There's no sign of a PlayStation 3 version, reveals The Witcher Wiki.
Gram.pl, which used to be owned by the game's Polish developer CD Projekt, has box art for the Xbox 360 version.
Shop Ultima does not, but carries the 15th November date.
Last month the American age ratings board ESRB outed an Xbox 360 version of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.
This backed comments by CD Projekt, which told Eurogamer that a new Witcher game would be announced at E3 "that console gamers might be interested in".
"Fans of RPGs should consider The Witcher 2 a must-buy," declared Eurogamer's 9/10 Witcher 2 review. "There's simply no competitor that can touch it in terms of poise, characterisation and storytelling, or the way in which it treats you not as a player - someone to be pandered to and pleased - but as an adult, free to make your own mistakes and suffer a plot in which not everyone gets what they deserve."
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