Microsoft Apologizes for Misleading The Witcher 3 Footage

Speaking with Eurogamer, a Microsoft rep apologized for the recent "Precious Cargo" video footage from The Witcher 3 that was published on the official Xbox channel first. Given the footage came from a PC build, there have been several complaints about it from people concerned that less technically proficient and well informed fans might misunderstand it as Xbox One footage. Since then, the video description was amended, and a note mentions that the footage comes from the PC build of the title:

"This morning we posted a new trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to our YouTube channels featuring footage provided by CD Projekt Red that was captured from the PC version of the game and may not be reflective of final Xbox One gameplay," a Microsoft spokesperson told Eurogamer.

"This was in no way intended to misrepresent the title on Xbox One. We have updated the description of the asset to make clear the source and platform of this footage. We apologise for any confusion and look forward to the game arriving on both Xbox One and PC on May 19, 2015."

I'd note that the updated description probably won't be noticed by a good chunk of viewers, considering you'd need to click on "Show More" to see the additional information, but I suppose baby steps are better than no acknowledgement at all.