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The Witcher hits 1 million sales

CD Projekt RED's RPG surpasses milestone after 12 months on sale

CD Projekt RED has announced that its RPG, The Witcher, has sold more than a million copies since its release twelve months ago.

The news comes just weeks after the release of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition, which further developed the title based on fan feedback.

"The success of The Witcher has ensured that we'll be able to make the games we want... and the games that fans want for the foreseeable future, and the amazing response we had from the gaming community to the Enhanced Edition really reinforced that we're on the right track with our development philosophy," said Adam Kicinski, CEO. "We really couldn't have achieved this sort of success without the support of our amazing fans."

Michal Kicinski, co-founder of CD Projekt, added: "This is really just the beginning for us. There are a lot more places to explore in the world of The Witcher and there's obviously a huge audience out there that would still love to see the game on consoles, we're PC developers first and foremost, but you never know!"

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