CD Projekt RED wants to continue the tradition of immortalizing the faces of some lucky fans in their next game, so they've kicked off a new "Your Face in the Game" competition that will secure two people the honor of being recreated in 3D (in either The Witcher 3 or the Cyberpunk CRPG, I would assume). You'll either need to buy The Witcher 2 on Steam during the month of September or send in a picture of yourself dressed as a character from the game to have a shot, but I think that's a small price to pay. Check out the promotional video:
And here are a few more details from the press release:
Get Your Face In An Upcoming CD Projekt RED Game
CD Projekt RED announced today a competition for fans of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings that have purchased a copy on Steam.
Players that do not own the game may enter by purchasing a copy on Valve’s digital distribution platform between September 5th and September 30th. Those that already own the game may enter through a different method, detailed below. Two lucky winners will have their faces digitized and inserted into one of CD Projekt RED’s upcoming game.
To enter the competition, players can either:
Purchase The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings on Steam between September 5th and 30th and provide a proof of purchase, along with a short explanation of why they should star in the upcoming game.
For players that already own the game, send in a picture of themselves dressed as a character from one of CDProjekt's existing games. Use various props to make the picture more believable and entertaining. They should also include a short explanation of why they should star in the game.
CDProjekt will be taking submissions until September 30th (Sunday) at 10pm GMT (1pm PST) and winners (one from each submission pool) will be announced in October. All entrants must be at least 18 years old and only one entry per person is allowed. To enter, players must visit the "Face in the game" website and choose their method of participation.
About CD Projekt RED Studio Developers of the award-winning besetting Witcher franchise of video games, this Polish development studio has sold 4 millions of their games on PC, Mac, and Xbox 360. After 10 years of developing fantasy games set in Andrzej Sapkowski's Witcher universe, they have announced that they will be creating a new franchise of games based on the "Cyberpunk®" futuristic RPG system in collaboration with Mike Pondsmith, the original designer of the pen-and-paper universe in which the upcoming game is set. CD Projekt RED Capital Group is listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) under the symbol CDR.