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CD Projekt Red has been keeping a tight lid on the release of the upcoming expansion pack for The Witcher 3, entitled Blood & Wine. However, the release date for the expansion may have leaked ahead of the official announcement, thanks to the Steam page accidentally being updated by the developers ahead of time.
CD Projekt Red's The Witcher 3 still has some new content on the horizon, and lately there has been radio silence on when it will be arriving. Well, the release date for the new expansion pack may have just been leaked thanks to a Polish gaming website that listed the release date as June 7.
CD Projekt Red is working on a brand new game... or more like, brand new games. The company revealed that they have a new AAA title in the works planned for release over the next couple of years in addition to Cyberpunk 2077 and they have a mystery game due out sometime this year that's never been done before.
CD Projekt Red is working with J!nx and Dark Horse to release a series of The Witcher collectible figures, along with other accessories such as a replica sword, apparel, busts, and jewelry replicas. The figures and other accessories will launch starting this summer.
The Witcher 3 players will be getting a new patch to fix several problems with the expansion Hearts of Stone along with the base game. Patch 1.11 is out now on PC and should be coming shortly to PS4 and Xbox One.
The Witcher 3's success this summer with gamers and critics showed CD Projekt that there's still a significant audience for single-player games out there, visual effects artist Jose Teixeira said in a new interview.
Not all exploits go unnoticed in the world of video games. In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, for instance, you might find yourself visited by an actual taxman if you took advantage of a loophole that allowed folks to turn a tidy profit on hides and pearls.
CD Projekt Red's Hearts of Stone expansion pack for The Witcher 3 has officially gone live. The expansion pack brings a ton of new content to the table for home console owners and PC gamers for the lowly price of only $9.99, which is usually the cost of a skin pack for guns in an AAA first-person shooter.
The Witcher 3's Patch 1.10 is the biggest update yet for the open-world RPG. You're going to set aside a lot of time to download this sucker.
The Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt RED denies a new report that says Electronic Arts plans to purchase the studio.
CD Projekt Red has been giving gamers all sorts of goodies with The Witcher 3. They've treated their audience to 16 free pieces of downloadable content and they're wrapping up the extravaganza with the final bit. What is it? Well, the final piece of content is a doozy, it's New Game+.
Witcher 3 has been selling great and brought in a lot of new players into the Witcher's lore and universe. Some gamers are now asking if CD Projekt RED will attempt to port remastered renditions of The Witcher and The Witcher 2 to the PS4 and Xbox One.
The Witcher 3 is one of the best-selling and best-reviewed games of 2014 so far. CD Projekt won't be capitalizing on that success with a quicker sequel, though.
Witcher 3's last patch brought a bunch of new features to the game. Patch 1.08 isn't quite so flashy. Instead, it's loaded with a bunch of small and large bug fixes.
The Witcher 3 players will soon have a new way to test their skills. CD Projekt RED will be adding a New Game Plus mode to the game soon.