Witcher 2’s Dark Edition sold out across Europe

Developer CD Projekt RED has announced that the special Dark Edition of their popular third-person RPG, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, has sold out across Europe for the Xbox 360.

Pre-orders for the Dark Edition have been officially been fulfilled, a full month ahead of the game’s release date.

CD Projekt RED did announce, however, that limited quantities are still available for fans in Poland, so for all you Polish TVGB readers, you’re in luck.

“We are really pleased, that the Dark Edition was so well received by gamers,” said Michal Nowakowski. “We’re half way from the beginning of the pre-orders to the premiere and already European gamers bought all of the Dark Edition copies.”

Nowakowski notes that players can still get more than the standalone Witcher 2 experience by ordering the Enhanced Edition of the title, which contains “the game, official soundtrack, quest handbook and world map.” For a sneak peek at this Enhanced Edition, check out some screens here.

Expect the Xbox 360 version of Assassins, which contains an additional four hours of content compared to the PC version, to drop April 17. PC owners of the game will be able to download these extras for free upon the 360 edition’s release.