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CD Projekt Red shtum on rumour Cyberpunk 2077 will be at E3 this year

CD Projekt Red has been at pains to keep the conversation away from Cyberpunk 2077 in recent years. The Polish developer announced the game very early in order to attract talent to the studio, but then stopped discussing Cyberpunk 2077 entirely while The Witcher: Wild Hunt launched. Show More Summary

CD Projekt RED's Cyberpunk 2077 for PC: Everything we know so far

Cyberpunk 2077 is the next big open-world Role-Playing Game (RPG) that's expected to be released by CD Projekt RED. CD Projekt RED, the studio behind The Witcher series, has been working on the new game for half a decade, and while we've...Show More Summary

Cyberpunk 2077 Will Crash the Party at E3 2018

According to Polish gaming site GryOnline, CD Projekt RED has plans to pull the wraps of its highly-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 at the upcoming E3 2018 show in June. The company is expected to show the public a trailer and present a playable demo behind closed doors at the show. Show More Summary

CD Projekt RED's Cyberpunk 2077 and the Beep Heard 'Round the World

Five years ago today, CD Projekt RED released a teaser trailer for its next big project, Cyberpunk 2077. The short trailer was the first public reveal of the Polish company’s follow up to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (which had not yet released at the time). Show More Summary

Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account shows first sign of life in four years

Cyberpunk 2077 was teased by CD Projekt Red with a short CGI trailer five years ago to the day. Since then, well, it's been pretty quiet on the Cyberpunk news front. CD Projekt Red made it clear that while they had plans to work on Cyberpunk...Show More Summary

Nearly three years later, 'The Witcher 3' runs in 4K on Xbox

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's performance on Xbox hardware has never been what I'd call "great." So, when Microsoft announced that CD Projekt RED's massive single-player RPG was one of the games getting an "enhancement" patch for the One X I got pretty excited. Show More Summary

The Witcher 3 is now Xbox One X enhanced with major visual improvements

One of this generation’s most critically acclaimed and popular games is now enhanced for Xbox One X. Developer CD Projekt RED announced plans months ago to enhance The Witcher 3 on Microsoft’s 4K-capable console, and today is the day players can finally take advantage of these improvements (via The Witcher). Show More Summary

Gwent gets Midwinter Update featuring hundreds of new cards and other improvements

Today CD Projekt RED, the developer behind The Witcher franchise, released the Midwinter Update for Gwent. The Midwinter Update is available for download now on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. Gwent is a card game found in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Show More Summary

The Witcher 3 gets 4K and 60 FPS modes on Xbox One X

Christmas has come early for Witcher 3 fans, as CD Projekt RED unveil different enhancement modes for the beastly Xbox One X.. The Witcher 3 is arguably the best game on Xbox One right now, with its vast and detailed open world, narrative-rich quests, and gloriously gory combat. Show More Summary

The Witcher 3 Xbox One X patch released, has two graphics modes

CD Projekt Red has released the Xbox One X patch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The patch adds two new graphical modes: Performance and 4K. The 4K mode locks The Witcher 3 at a 4K resolution with a stable 30 frame-rate. But the performance mode unlocks the game's resolution and targets 60 frames-per-second instead. Show More Summary

Assassin's Creed Origins still hasn't been cracked on PC

Piracy and cracking is a weird thing. CD Projekt Red fought it tooth and nail sending legal compensation notices to its users before they backed off and become the "cool kid developer" they're known as today. Some big publishers like...Show More Summary

'Gwent' Single-Player Campaign Delayed To 2018

Even with the short delay, CD Projekt RED plans to increase the number of updates to the core multiplayer experience.

The Gwent single-player story campaign has been delayed

Thronebreaker, the single-player campaign for Witcher-based card game Gwent, has been delayed into 2018. The announcement was made by studio CD Projekt Red on the game's website.In the post, studio co-founder Marcin Iwi?ski points to...Show More Summary

Gwent Single Player Campaign Delayed to 2018

CD Projekt RED needs extra time to work on the campaign's increased scope.

'We Leave Greed To Others,' Says CD PROJEKT RED of Cyberpunk 2077 Monetization

It doesn't really take much to convince a Shacker that CD PROJEKT RED is an awesome video game company. It was that love and respect for the company's games that lead The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to be named Shacknews Game of the Year 2015. Show More Summary

Cyberpunk 2077 dev will “leave greed to others” as online elements comments raise microtransaction worries

Cyberpunk 2077 is going to have online elements, but CD Projekt RED intends to show you a good time if you’re into old school single-player experiences. Cyberpunk 2077 will be CD Projekt RED’s first triple-A release since the blockbuster success of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but we know very little about it – so […]

CD Projekt RED takes a jab at loot crates, says they’ll “leave greed to others”

With Star Wars Battlefront II’s highly publicized loot crate debacle and the CEO of CD Projekt stating that the company’s upcoming sci-fi RPG would contain online elements, some players wanted a little reassurance that Cyberpunk 2077 wouldn’t turn into a ‘Games as a Service’ title that would nickel-and-dime people every step of the way. Show More Summary

CD Projekt Red: "We leave greed to others"

Witcher game maker CD Projekt Red has let off a zinger on Twitter while trying to calm fears Cyberpunk 2077 will be out to take more of our money. CD Projekt joint-CEO Adam Kicinski rattled fans when, in a Polish interview with Strefa...Show More Summary

Cyberpunk 2077 Dev on 'Games as a Service' Approach

According to CD Projekt Red, there's "no hidden catch" and you'll "get what you pay for" with the open-world RPG.

CD Projekt RED slams loot crates: "We'll leave the greed to others."

Star Wars Battlefront II's aggressive push to turn its $60 premium game into a pay-to-win title most typically associated with free games has produced one of the biggest backlashes in gaming history, but the saga is far from over. EA...Show More Summary

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