In addition to codes for The Witcher 3, two very hard-to-find frames include two parts of a letter from developer CD Projekt Red (via Eurogamer), and it answers questions about microtransactions, DLC, the release date, and more.
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Microsoft's E3 2018 was full of game announcements and this one may just have stolen the show.
For those not aware, the Polish studio's forthcoming game was first teased back in 2013 and was even the subject of a blackmail attempt a year ago, whereby CD Projekt RED was threatened with the release of stolen materials related to the game. "We wanted to give you The Witcher 3 and both expansions first, which is why this period of staying silent was longer than we planned". At some point, we made a decision to resume talking about the game only when we have something to show. On the contrary - it gives us a lot of extra motivation.
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What did you think of the trailer?
"3. Free DLC/Expansions/DRM? Expect nothing less than you got with THe Witcher 3".
When? When we told you we would only release the game when it's ready, we meant it.