So a company comes along that eschews all of this anti-consumer, DRM rubbish; they set about making quality games at fair price points, giving away upgrades and editing tools for free; they provide an online portal that bottles previously inaccessible nostalgia and then sells it on client-free...
AND THEY'RE EXPANDING!
We love CD Projekt (have we mentioned that?), and following up on yesterday's news that they'd be opening a new studio in Krakow, some more details have emerged.
"This July we will open an office in Krakow," said CD Projekt RED's managing director Adam Badowski in a statement to Eurogamer.
"As we informed in our strategy outlook some time ago, aside from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077, the Studio aims to develop two smaller (approximately 20 hours of gameplay) premium quality titles.
"Consisting of 20 people, the core team in Krakow will be responsible for developing one of these games."
More games from CD Projekt RED? Erm, yes please! The 20-hour length suggested perhaps points away from the deep RPGs for which the studio is renowned, but frankly we're excited for anything coming from the devs behind The Witcher.