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+ - SPAM: The Witcher 3 and Projekt Red's DRM-free fight against piracy

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An anonymous reader writes "Interesting feature on the making of upcoming next-gen fantasy title The Witcher 3 in which studio CD Projekt Red reveals that, unusually, it'll be releasing the game day one, DRM (digital rights management) free to download, and why they're taking such a bold move.

“You’ll be able to purchase The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for PC on GOG.com from day one. We believe that DRM does more harm to legit gamers than good for the gaming industry, that’s why the game will also be completely DRM-free," says the game's level designer, Miles Tost."

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