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'The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt' collector's edition, trailer and more discussed

'The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt'
'The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt'
Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, used with permission

A new conference has been announced for the upcoming multiplatform software product, "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt." According to a report from Joystiq on May 29, CD Projekt Red is holding a live-stream event next week for the open-world action role-playing game. The studio has remained relatively quiet after previously announcing that the release date of title has been delayed from an expected 2014 launch.

Marcin Iwinski, one of the co-founders of CD Projekt Red, is going to be the host of the conference, which has an official start time at 2 p.m. PST on June 5. The event will cover some of the pre-order details for "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt," including the collector's edition. Furthermore, fans are going to get a first look at some new gameplay with a new trailer. The conference can be viewed through the official "Witcher" website.

Although CD Projekt Red is also working on "Cyberpunk 2077" at the same time, the sci-fi role-playing game won't be making an appearance. The title has no release date. According to Polygon, the company is expected to talk about some next technology being implemented to, a retail website used for distributing PC digital games.

CD Projekt Red was previously rumored to be presenting at Microsoft Studios' media briefing on June 9, a day before E3 2014. However, it appears that the studio may not be showing not much of anything new. Furthermore, a representative also reassured fans that the development team won't be signing any new exclusive deals with either the aforementioned Microsoft Studios or Sony Computer Entertainment.

"The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" release date has been rescheduled to sometime during Feb. of 2015. Along with the PS4 and Xbox One, the video game is also heading to the PC platforms although the system requirements have not yet been announced. An image of the third main installment of the series can be viewed near the top side of this article (courtesy of the official Facebook site of "The Witcher" series).