Witcher 2 Has Been Patched!

CD Projekt RED have released the shortly-delayed patch for their recently released title The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.

Earlier today we told you that the developer had delayed release of the patch due to server issues. Well, apparently those server issues have been resolved.

The patch apparently makes the game "simpler and more reliable" upon installation and activation.
“The most noticeable change is the removal of the DRM protection world-wide. This gives players the freedom to install and play the game on any number of computers, and no activation code is required,” says a post on the game's site.

“Other notable improvements include frame rate increases of approximately up to 30 [percent], especially noticeable on DRMed versions and low spec systems."
There has been speculation that the DRM system was causing the bugs in the game, CD Projekt’s Adam Badowski addressed this;
“Our approach to countering piracy is to incorporate superior value in the legal version,” he wrote.

“This means it has to be superior in every respect: less troublesome to use and install, with full support, and with access to additional content and services. So, we felt keeping the DRM would mainly hurt our legitimate users.”
We're expecting CD Projekt to announce that The Witcher 2 will be coming to the Xbox 360 at E3.

Via 1UP