CD Projekt RED released a new trailer for The Witcher 3 highlighting a quest from the open-world RPG. The trailer also confirms that Geralt is still a bit of a prick.
No, CD Projekt. Bad CD Projekt. Very bad CD Projekt! No. No! Not on the - ah, damn it! Honey, I need some newspapers.
CD Projekt RED has made it known that The Witcher 3 won't a be cross-generational game like Assassin's Creed IV, Watch Dogs, Call of Duty: Ghosts or Battlefield 4. The team won't be wasting time try to down-scale their game to run on the old haggily consoles, but will instead focus on the new, pristine and fresh devices from Sony and Microsoft.
Oh finally, someone willing to speak truth about that deformed, ugly looking elephant in the room everyone walks in, stares at and asks why the heck it's always looming over them like Michael Jackson at a Boyscout campfire. CD Projekt RED's CEO Marcin Iwinski has come forward to drop a much-needed truth bomb on the whole ugly business of DRM.
Witcher 3 players won't be able to pay $5 for an Altair costume for Geralt or $2 for some diamond-plated shinguards. Developer CD Projekt RED says that they don't believe in selling premium content after a game's launch.
The Witcher 3 will introduce a level of open-world exploration not seen in previous chapters in the series. Ten new screenshots from CD Projekt RED show off some of the expansive environments that players will roam through.
So how do you react when a game platform you're making your game for won't even allow you to play the game you're making in your home country? Well, that's what happened with CD Projekt Red, who is currently hard at work on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for PS4, XB1 and PC.
If you're hungering for new screenshots or footage from The Witcher 3, next week's E3 will probably provide sustenance. In the meantime, though, here's a lone screenshot to tide you over.
Hunting monsters is getting bigger and badder than ever as CD Projekt RED announces that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be launching on the PlayStation 4 when the game is released in 2014.
Generally you release a teaser trailer before you announce the game and its features but hey, CD Projekt's been known to buck popular trends. They released a teaser trailer for The Witcher 3 this afternoon that, if nothing else, reveals the game's official logo.