Deciding what console you want your games on is always a difficult task. Everywhere players look they’re taunted by incentives for grabbing the latest game on one particular console over another.

Picking up a game for the PlayStation 4 might come with a set of exclusive missions, but that same game might have exclusive weapons and skins for the Xbox one. Or if you’re an FPS fan, picking the game up on one console would ensure you get all the DLC a month ahead of anyone else. At times, it can make players feel like they’re being punished for picking one console over another. But in the end this is how the business works.

But not for CD Projekt Red, the studio behind the Witcher 3. Company co-founder Marcin Iwinksi has gone on record stating that they will be “treating all gamers equally.” While the Witcher 3 may have made its debut on Microsoft’s stage last year at E3, Iwinski says that the game will not be playing favorites. Players will not see any exclusive content given to any particular platform.

“We’ll not deliver exclusive content to any of the platforms, nor will we artificially delay release of the game on any of the platforms because somebody’s paying us money for that. It’s definitely against our values. We are not doing that.”

So it looks like fans can expect the same treatment for Witcher 3 across all platforms. While CD Projekt will still be working with each individual company in terms of “marketing cooperation,” the company has yet to reveal any more details.

The Witcher 3 releases sometime this February on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.