CD Projekt Red, the studio behind critically acclaimed RPG The Witcher 2, has told Eurogamer that it would “love” to make a PS3 version of the game, once it’s finished with the Xbox 360 version, which is due out later this year.
“We are focused on Xbox 360 right now. Obviously that doesn’t mean we would not like to do PS3 later on in line, like next after that. We would love to. Yes, I can say we would love to.” Senior producer, Tomasz Gop, told the site.
Gop also said that, as the Polish studio is fairly small in terms of employees, they’re not keen on working with two projects at once. “We do not like to engage 50/50. With everything we go with full speed, always.” he said.
The other thing that’s keeping the studio away from the PS3, at this moment in time, is that they don’t currently have any ’good PS3 developers’ working for them, although the Red engine is capable of running on all three platforms.
When the game launched on PC, it received an extremely positive reaction from the press and gamers alike, so we definitely wouldn’t say no to a PS3 release.