Doug Cockle and the case for re-recording voice overs in The Witcher 1 remake

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In October, CD Projekt Red announced it was remaking the first The Witcher game with the help of an external studio called Fool’s Theory.

We know the game is codenamed Canis Majoris and will be built in Unreal Engine 5, but that’s all we know. We don’t know anything about how, or whether, the game’s content will change. We don’t know how far CDPR is willing to go.

I was speaking to Geralt voice actor Doug Cockle about this during the latest episode of One-to-One, my podcast series, which is…

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