A report from CD Projekt Red's native Poland says the company's forthcoming action-RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be featured at Microsoft's pre-E3 press conference tomorrow.
According to Polish news magazine Wprost, the game will be unveiled by Microsoft for Xbox One. To date, The Witcher 3 has been officially announced for Windows PC and PlayStation 4 as well as "other high end consoles".
The franchise's previous entry, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, was released for Windows in May 2011, followed by Xbox 360 a year later.
In related news, a cover feature of The Witcher 3 for Edge's July issue has been leaked online. Based on the Windows version of the game, it details a 'Witcher Sense' mode in the game that seems similar to the detective vision from the Batman Arkham games, and states that the full campaign will be 50 hours long.
"A spokesperson for CD Projekt Red took the stage during Microsoft's press conference to announce that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is indeed coming to Xbox One, with a few exclusive features for the new console.
Everyone assumed that Xbox One would be one of the next-gen consoles that The Witcher 3 is being developed for, but we didn't have official confirmation until today. CD Projekt Red states that the free-roaming, open-world RPG features over 100 hours of gameplay, and includes a few console-exclusive features, including optional voice commands through Kinect to cast spells and quick switch items. The Xbox One version of The Witcher 3 will also feature SmartGlass support for things like inventory management.
The announcements were followed by an impressive new trailer, which showed off Geralt sailing, riding a horse, and fighting a plethora of different monsters. Also, mermaids! The trailer also stated The Witcher 3 is "the last part of the legend" of Geralt of Rivia."