The Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition Dark Edition Sold Out... Except in Poland

It's unclear how many copies of The Witcher 2's Dark Edition CD Projekt RED started with in the first place, but it's certainly a good sign for the fate of their Enhanced Edition when all copies of the Dark Edition have sold out over a month before release. That's forced the studio to prepare more copies for their fanbase in Poland, though it doesn't sound like we'll be getting more stock anywhere else:
Over one month before its premiere on the 17th of April, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Dark Edition has already been sold out in pre-orders in Europe. The Dark Edition of the game is the richest version of the award-winning RPG for Xbox 360.

CD Projekt RED studio has prepared a larger stock of this edition for their fans in Poland. That's why The Witcher's homeland remains the last European country, where the Dark Edition is still available.

(We are really pleased, that the Dark Edition was so well received by gamers. We're half way from the beginning of the pre-orders to the premiere and already European gamers have bought all of the Dark Edition copies. You can still buy the Enhanced Edition of the game, which is more than a standard edition of an Xbox game containing the game, official soundtrack, quest handbook and world map.) said Michał Nowakowski, member of CD Projekt RED's board.