Not sure what they have in mind, but hopefully it’s good. The Witcher 2 on consoles, please.

From the press release:

    CD Projekt RED (http://www.thewitcher.com) creator of the hugely acclaimed The Witcher series and its sister company GOG.com (http://www.gog.com), the digital distribution platform for DRM-free PC games, are going to reveal some big news just before E3 at their “CDP Summer Days” live from Los Angeles. The announcements will be made on June 2 at 12:00 LA time (which is 3:00 p.m. EDT or 7:00 p.m. GMT) via Ustream live stream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/cdp-summer-days.

    CD Projekt RED will be making a big announcement about their next upcoming title, and will also have some other exciting things to share during their Summer Days livecast. CDP RED will discuss some of the successes of the recent launch of The Witcher 2, and will also map out a plan for continued support for the new title.

    GOG.com has already teased that during the CDP Days 2011 Spring Conference they will reveal a new deal with one of five big publishers still not signed with them: Microsoft, Lucas Arts, Electronic Arts, Square Enix or Take2. The time has come and on June 2nd everything will become clear. During the live stream GOG.com will reveal the name of the publisher and the first games out of the batch of 25+ titles that will be released throughout summer 2011 at GOG.com.