Gerard Noonan has commented on working with CD Projekt RED with the upcoming multiplatform video game, “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.” According to a report from Otaku Study on Jan. 16, the SVP at Namco Bandai Games Asia Pacific confirmed that his company will be publishing the open-world action-role-playing games for the Australia and New Zealand regions.
Gerard Noonan called the developed studio “world class” as the employees at CD Projekt RED are passionate about their video games and the enthusiast community. He went on to state that “The Witcher” series is one of the “most revered” in the industry, adding that it will be brought to “greater heights” thanks to the advent of the PS4 and Xbox One. You can find a few “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” screens in the slideshow to the left side of this article and his comments on the partnership below:
CD Projekt RED is a world class developer that cares passionately about its games and its fans. We are therefore delighted and proud to again be their chosen partner in Australia and New Zealand and we are very excited to add the eagerly awaited ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’ to our 2014 line-up. The Witcher series is one of the industries most revered video game franchises and with the power of the new generation of consoles we expect CD Projekt RED will take the series to even greater heights.
Although Gerard Noonan confirmed that the sequel will be coming out sometime later this year, he did not revealed a more specific release date timeframe. “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” is being developed for the PC platform as well as the two recently-launched next-generation systems.
The PS4 and Xbox One were both released last year in the North American region with the former coming out on Nov. 15th while the latter was made available on Nov. 22nd.