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Famous Author Supports CD Projekt Red

Take my books, and turn them to games

The famous name of fantastic literature came to support CD Projekt RED. As you know, in recent days, CD Projekt RED had come up with a new case report. The author of The Witcher books, Andrzej Sapowski filed a copyright case to the Poland company CD Projekt Red. 

The famous name of fantastic literature came to support CD Projekt RED 

Sapowski, author of The Witcher books, is preparing to file a lawsuit against CD Projekt RED to sign a new agreement and break the copyright agreement signed more than 10 years ago. One author participated in these discussions. Brandon Senderson, the renowned author of fantastic books such as Firefight, Elantris, and Mistborn, joined the debate in Reddit. Senderson called out to CD Projekt RED via Reddit; “Dear CD Projekt. You can have the Mistborn rights, if you want them. I would seriously consider giving CD Project Red the rights to my books for free, because the overall cultural impact that a great story adaptation can have is enormous. Though… I suspect they’re done dealing with self-important fantasy authors, and are likely more interested in creating their own new IPs. “.

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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