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'The Witcher 3' designer talks why CD Projekt RED has such a sterling reputation

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In a world full of missed opportunities, overcharging, and failing to meet expectations, CD Projekt Red remains almost sterling among the video game community. Examiner recently had the chance to sit down and chat with Gameplay Designer Andrzej Kwiatkowski about this very fact and the employee had some interesting things to say about his company.

"From my point of view, I think that it’s a mix of how we treat gamers and how we value what they say about our games," Kwiatkowski tells us. "We have the no DRM policy that’s a big bow before those who decide not to use pirated software.

"We support our games well after they’re launched and we actually listen to players’ feedback."

Kwiatkowski says the company has never found itself in that hole and that's part of the reason Projekt Red has the reputation it does.

"And the best part is that these values have not been invented after the company succeeded, it’s because of them that we are where we are today."

Hopefully the company remains there for many years to come. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will soon join their portfolio and the fans will decide whether or not CD Projekt Red deserves to remain among the most respected developers in the industry.

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