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CD Projekt RED - Resolves Issues with Witcher Author

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Feb 8, 2019.

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    [​IMG]Winter is Coming reports that the Witcher author has settled with CD Projekt RED over royalties.

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    So it got ugly there for a minute, but just recently, Polish newspaper Puls Biznesu reported that the parties have reached an "amicable settlement," meaning that CD Projekt Red offered Sapkowski more money if he'll just stop complaining. We don't know how much, but it's probably more than the original $9,350 lump sum and short of the $16.11 million profit share. Back when it was first responding to Sapkowski's demands, CD Projekt wrote that it wanted "to maintain good relations with authors of works which have inspired CD Projekt Red's own creations." With any luck, this will do the trick.
     
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