VIDEO: Andrzej Sapkowski made his surprise announcement during an online meeting with Ukrainian fans during which he said which he said it "may take a year, but no longer", giving it a potential expected publication date at some point in 2024.
Covering 26-floors, spanning an area of 2,000 sq/m, and reaching 78-metres in height, the work in the heart of the city on the side of a residential complex commonly known as Manhattan, will feature Geralt of Rivia as its principal character.
Polish computer game maker CD Projekt, the company behind the blockbuster The Witcher game, has been hacked by attackers who managed to access its internal network, the company said on Twitter.
With only the National Bank of Poland possessing the right to issue coins in the denomination of the złoty, Mennica Gdańska concluded an agreement with the tiny island nation of Niue to legitimize the ‘glow in the dark’ coin.
In an interview with PAP Life executive producer Tomasz Bagiński hinted that the second season could also include some Polish names saying: “Unfortunately, I cannot give any names yet, not even nationalities, beyond what has already been announced. But this is just the first announcement. There are more roles in the second season...”
The Edinburgh bar released a teaser video on social media featuring symbols from the video game with the caption “Toss a coin for another sneak peek! Blood, Wine & Monsters” and hashtags including #comingsoon and #witcher, prompting a wave of excitement among fans.
With a 25,790 percent increase, CD Projekt RED has seen more growth in the last decade than Netflix, Amazon and Apple.
Following several years of dispute, last year Andrzej Sapkowski, who had originally agreed to a one-off payment from the games developer, demanded around 60 million PLN after the huge success of the third instalment. The author had said that didn’t believe the first Witcher game would even make a profit but the series has sold over 40 million units worldwide with the third instalment shipping 20 million units alone.
The epic fantasy tale following the adventures of monster hunter Geralt of Rivia, is an early Christmas treat for both the genre’s fans and the saga’s cult following, says TFN’s Joanna Jasińska.
Video games have become the flagship of Poland's entertainment industry, while sales of The Witcher game series constitute four percent of the total export from Poland to the US, the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) wrote on Thursday.