CD Projekt RED has announced that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition received 6 European Games Awards in Koln. Not surprising really as CDPR’s RPG is one of the most polished and mature RPG games available on the market. The game won first prize in categories such as: Best European Game and Best European Art Direction.
Adam Badowski, head of CD Projekt RED said:
“I just want to say thank you to all our fans. It’s really a great thing to know, that our team’s hard work provided entertainment to so many people and that our vision of RPGs appeals to so many gamers, Again – thank you all!”
The Witcher 2 won the following awards:
-Best European Art Direction
-Best European Game World
-Best European Game
-Best European Game Design
-Best European Special Edition
-Best European Character Design
The studio is also attending GamesCom to present the latest RPG adventure editor, the REDkit. This tool allows gamers to create complex and non-linear adventures in the world of The Witcher 2. More information about the REDkit will be available soon.
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