Witcher 3 Gets a Release Date, Collector’s Edition, E3 Trailer

The Witcher 3 will be released on February 24, 2015, revealed CD Projekt RED today.

At their summer conference in Los Angeles, CD Projekt RED announced a release date for their long-awaited RPG, The Witcher 3. The open-world RPG will release simultaneously on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

While the standard edition will contain the items leaked earlier, the just-announced Collector’s Edition will include a hand-painted statue of Geralt atop a winged griffin, a steel Witcher medallion, a 200-page hardcover art book, a Steelbook case for the game discs, and all of the items from the standard edition. The Collector’s Edition will be available in limited quantities for all 3 platforms.

If you prefer the digital edition, there’s a special GOG.com edition that includes beta access to The Witcher Adventure Game, a copy of Neverwinter Nights, a digital copy of The Witcher comic book from Dark Horse comics, a digital copy of the art book, and an extended soundtrack.

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4 Comments on Witcher 3 Gets a Release Date, Collector’s Edition, E3 Trailer


On June 5, 2014 at 11:36 am

Is the collectors edition only available in europe? on the site it has no shipping options besides european ones.

Ron Whitaker

On June 6, 2014 at 4:51 am

@Robert – I spoke with CD Projekt, and they said it would be available in the US. As of this morning, I see it on Amazon and GameStop for $149.99.


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