CD Projekt Red has issued a warning over leaked documents which expose key information, including ending spoilers, of its next major game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
"It has come to our attention that some of the production files for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have emerged on the internet," a representative for the Warsaw-based studio told Eurogamer.
"A portion of the files contains information about the story of the game so we strongly advise against accessing them, as this may heavily impact and spoil your future gaming experience."
The tranche of internal design documents were leaked to Reddit and 4Chan after a hacker reportedly accessed one of the developer's Google Drive account.
"We also like to reassure everyone that the disclosure of said documents does not affect the development cycle in any way."
Dozens of papers and PDFs outline details of the game's ending, as well as various character details, production art and animations.
One document is a synopsis of the game's E3 2014 demo which, according to the author, should be directed with an emphasis on one of the female characters.
"We start with a cut-scene with the camera descending down on the Baron's castle, showing off the lovely open world surrounding it. The camera tracks in on the window of the cottage where we talk to Keira Metz. Cue dialogue.
"We talk to Keira Metz and she gives us a task: remove the curse from the tower in the swamps. (Boob physics eye candy, appropriately prepared dialogue)."
In March, CD Projekt Red delayed the project, with a new release date for The Witcher 3 set for February 2015.
According to the documents, a beta build is now functional, with bug fixes, dialogue and additional assets to be finalised.
"The entire game can be played without progression blocking issues on PC, XBONE and PS4 although performance is expected to be worse on consoles," the document reads.
CD Projekt Red has said the leak will not affect the game's development deadlines.