RedKit modding tool accepting closed beta applications

RedKit, the mod tool from CD Projekt Red, developer of The Witcher 2, is now accepting applications for a closed beta.

RedKit, the mod tool for The Witcher 2 from developer CD Projekt Red, is now accepting applications for a closed beta, the developer announced today.

RedKit allows modders to create adventures in the world of Geralt of Rivia, protagonist of Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski's Witcher novels and CD Projekt Red's role-playing games.

"We have our own vision for RPGs," said CD Projekt Red's Adam Badowski. "They should present an exciting story and give players lots of choices that really matter. The RedKit is designed to create adventures that way — mature, non-linear and engrossing stories set in vivid worlds filled with believable characters."

At Gamescom earlier this week, Polygon spoke to CD Projekt Red about the RedKit mod tool's possibilities, including building "huge, visually stunning game worlds and complex engrossing stories." Be sure to check out our interview for more RedKit details.

Potential modders can sign up for the beta before September 30th at The Witcher 2's website.

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