Polish development studio CD Projekt Red -- famous for having developed and turned The Witcher video gmae series into a worldwide phenomenon -- has been coming under fire lately for scrutiny over employee practices and morale. Well, the company decided to finally address those issues...
The Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt Red wants you to know that it’s all good. In this case, “it” refers to both its Cyberpunk 2077 role-playing game and the morale of its development team. The company said it felt compelled to make this comment after news got out about a series of negative reviews on […]
CD Projekt Red is another major developer that has found itself under fire for happenings in the workplace. Naughty Dog took time to respond to sexual harassment allegations by former artist David Ballard and, now, CD Projekt Red isShow More Summary
Some recent team-leader level departures from Cyberpunk 2077 led to speculation there was trouble in paradise - and paradise began sounding worse and worse the more CD Projekt Red company reviews on employee feedback site Glassdoor I read. Show More Summary
CD Projekt Red, developers of the Witcher games, announced their sci-fi project Cyberpunk 2077 waaaaaay back in 2012, and we've heard very little about the game in the five years since
CD Projekt RED said in a statement that its approach to making games “is not for everyone”, as a response to some rumours about less-than-ideal situations at the Polish studio. The rumours started when players online shared reviews on Glassdoor and other sites that collect employee reviews of their workplaces. CD Projekt RED was painted […]
Recently, a website known as Glassdoor that allows employees to review their employees anonymously received troubling reviews that indicated that the work environment at CD Projekt RED was less than ideal. Reviews criticized The Witcher 3 developer for its long work hours, poor management, low wages, and much more. Show More Summary
CD Projekt Red was apparently having so much fun with Geralt's skidding mechanic while making The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the team briefly turned him into a snowboarder, slapping a hat and a pair of goggles on him, a board under his feet and then shoving him down a snowy mountain. Show More Summary
CD Projekt Red started work on a PS4 Pro for their critically acclaimed Witcher 3: Wild Hunt back in July and, while the task took them a great deal longer than they expected, it has finally arrived. The PS4 Pro update takes advantage...Show More Summary
Image. Ace Ventura/IMDB CD Projekt RED are best known for their work with The Witcher. But well before Geralt was brought to life, the studio made a milestone localising Western games into Polish - and one of the first games they localised was Ace Ventura. More »
A decade before CD Projekt Red's The Witcher (1) was released, there was another Witcher game was being made. In 1997, a Polish team by the name of Metropolis Software, led by Adrian Chmielarz (Bulletstorm, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter), was making the game. Show More Summary
CD Projekt Red is best known for making The Witcher fantasy role-playing adventures, but it was not the first studio to attempt to conjure up a gaming adaptation of Geralt of Rivia. A new Polish documentary from gaming site ARHN.eu (which we found through Eurogamer) has provided new details about the first attempt to turn the […]
A new Polish documentary has unearthed rare footage of old and unreleased Witcher games. On show are Metropolis' canned Witcher game from 1997, as well as CD Projekt Red's fumbled first efforts at a game. The Metropolis game we've heard about before. Show More Summary
Despite the fact that The Witcher 3 is well over two years old at this point, the team at CD Projekt Red continues to support the game. In fact, they've announced that an update for the PlayStation 4 Pro is nearly ready to roll out.
We all know by now that the listing on Target for a Game of Thrones video game from Bethesda was faked as those URLs can be spoofed easily (Target should really fix that). But it did get me wondering; what if Bethesda did make a Game of Thrones game? Would they be the best developer […] Read More: CD Projekt RED should develop a Game of Thrones game instead of Bethesda
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will get the promised 4K update on PS4 Pro “in the coming days,” according to developer CD Projekt RED. The Witcher 3 visual upgrade was promised at E3 in June when the game’s logo showed up on the list of games due for an Xbox One X enhancement patch. Shortly […]
Last year, CD Projekt Red went on record to say that it wouldn't put out a PlayStation 4 Pro update for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, noting that it was prioritizing Cyberpunk 2077 and Gwent. The studio has since changed its tune. The game...Show More Summary
Last Sunday, CD Projekt RED and Geralt of Rivia celebrated the 10 years of The Witcher by thanking you, the players, with this beautiful trailer. You can now enjoy it in 4K and top quality inside.
Hard to believe, but The Witcher has been a part of our gaming lives for a full decade. A video recounting those 10 years' worth of memories was recently posted online, and it's a pretty great way to briefly relive all of those epic adventures.
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of The Witcher franchise, we all get to go to a tavern with Geralt, Triss, Ciri, Yennefer and even Johnny, for a drink, a reminisce, maybe even a tear or two.The short video, by CD Projekt RED, wasShow More Summary