The Witcher developer promises a DRM-free future for their games
Polish developer, CD Projekt RED has promised that from now on all their PC releases with come without any digital rights management.
CD Projekt has been an avid anti-DRM campaigner and has even released The Witcher and The Witcher 2 through GOG.com, a site dedicated to selling games without DRM.
They have always maintained that DRM does not help to prevent games piracy and only serves to punish those that buy PC games legally.
CEO of CD Projekt RED, Marcin Iwinski said, "DRM does not protect your game. If there are examples that it does, then people maybe should consider it, but then there are complications with legit users."
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