CD Projekt RED has been one of the few video game developers to earn my respect in recent times largely due to it’s insistence on putting the gamer first, among other encouraging policies.
Whether it’s excluding the idea of multiplayer from a game that doesn’t need it or creating an experience with not a single fetch quest, the company has built itself a strong public image in light of these actions. In the latest in a long line of kind gestures, the studio has even gone out of its way to include a lovely message inside every retail copy of The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt.
After thanking the customer, the note further emphasises the “continuous, free support” that the developers will be providing for the game. Currently, there are 16 free pieces of DLC available for download and it would be rude to ask for more, but with CD Projekt RED on hand I wouldn’t put it past them.
Isn’t it nice to have at least one studio in the industry more interested in making the gamers happy as opposed to shovelling promotional nonsense down their throat? I heard the game isn’t bad either.