CD Projekt has seemingly confirmed PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of its upcoming role-playing sequel The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.
Speaking in an interview on Polish TV, CD Projekt's Michael Kicinski reportedly said that the studio is looking at the home console versions of the game as "separate projects" and revealed that it's currently working on them,
"Yes, it is for us an entirely new project. But of course, [we are] already working on it," he's reported to have said. "You can expect that during such events as the largest fair in the world of computer games, E3 and Gamescom [we will] inform you about what we're currently working on."
Last year The Witcher 2 publisher Namco Bandai told CVG it had no console plans "for the moment". The game is scheduled for a PC release on May 17.