Barack Obama has some kind words to say on The Witcher and Poland's games industry
US president Barack Obama had some very kind words to say about the Polish games industry as he made a public speech in in the Polish capital Warsaw earlier today.
Obama had been presented with a copy of The Witcher 2 by Polish prime minister Donald Tusk in a previous visit to Poland and the US president made note of it in his address to the Polish people.
“The last time I was here, Donald (Polish prime minister) gave me a gift, the video game developed here in Poland that’s won fans the world over, The Witcher,” Obama began. “I confess, I’m not very good at video games, but I’ve been told that it is a great example of Poland’s place in the new global economy. And it’s a tribute to the talents and work ethic of the Polish people as well as the wise stewardship of Polish leaders like prime minister Tusk”
CD Projekt RED are working hard on getting The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt ready for released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One in February of 2015.
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