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Generalelectric: Why would anyone want the steam version?
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weemanply109: Contrary to the bias against Steam here, a lot of people like to have their games on Steam. DRM-free is great and all, but Steam is probably the only tolerable client/account-based DRM (and it's DRM is very lightweight). I wouldn't mind having a copy on both platforms, just for backup sakes. :)
This. I like and have games on both platforms, but I still feel the need to feel that I own a copy, especially when it concerns my favourite titles. Witcher 2 transferred to GoG but Witcher didn't. Odd. Had to go through the reclaim process to CDPR. Ouch!

Recap. Witcher transferred too after receiving new code. Top. Bought Witcher 3, because.
Post edited June 09, 2014 by skivvy
First one worked! cheers!
Have anybody succeeded redeeming the The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut from steam as Witcher 1?
store.steampowered.com/app/20900/

GOG gives me the "Invalid code" error when I enter the CD Key from Steam.

PS: Witcher 2 redeemed just fine, though.
Witcher 1 worked for me, but I used the steam code somewhere in 2012.
Then I read something about a deadline on september 2012, but it looks like, that the witcher 2 keys are still working after september 2012?
Thanks! Both worked for me. Now pre-ordered Witcher 3.
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Ramesses_: Thanks! Both worked for me. Now pre-ordered Witcher 3.
On steam? I'm still undecided where I should buy Witcher 3.
It started all on Steam, but CD Projekt should get reward for they great support for the fans.
I don't know, maybe I will end up with buying on gog.com.
I bought Witcher 2 through gog, and will get the 3rd through them as well.

Don't remember when I did it, but Witcher 1 transferred fine for me.
If the OP is still out there I just wanted to say thank you for your excellent how to post.
I use plan A and it worked great.
A) [this functionality may not have been provided by Steam for this game]
1. Go to your Steam Games Library
2. Click on The Witcher 2
3. Click on CD Key under LINKS to the right
4. Copy your cd-key from the popup window
5. Enter your cd-key here: http://www.gog.com/en/witcher2/backup/