By now we should all be familiar with the policies of CD Projekt RED: they're good guys in a world gone mad. They're like the Mad Max in a digital wasteland ruled by publishers and console manufacturers of a Humongous sort. However, their attempts to keep DLC and updates free may be hedged into a walled garden thanks to the home consoles.
While E3 2013 kept on rolling on the LA Convention Center show floor, several developers took to higher ground, holding their press meetings in rooms tucked out of the way on the second floor. One such group was CD Projekt Red and their game, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, was easily one of the biggest of the show.
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.
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt might be the one of the best-looking games of next year. A new set of screenshots give us a closer look at the impressive visuals in this PC and next-gen console RPG.
Porting is serious business in the world of interactive entertainment. During this current generation of gaming porting has become front and center for most multiplatform games, mostly because ports don't always turn out so great. However, with CD Projekt Red and The Witcher 3, they're not worried because the PS4 is portastic.
CD Projekt RED has provided a new set of screenshots from their multiplatform RPG The Witcher 3. They also explained a bit more about the open-world design at the heart of the game.
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.
Uh oh, more mud-slinging to go around and this time it's from CD Projekt RED's Konrad Tomaszkiewicz in a recent sit-down interview with Game Informer talked about some of the big changes for The Witcher 3, including horses, bigger environments and open-worlds, giving the game the feeling of expanse.
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.
Earlier today CD Projekt RED announced The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Now they've followed up on that announcement by releasing a slew of gorgeous screenshots from the RPG.
Today CD Projekt RED confirmed that they're developing The Witcher 3. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will continue the adventures of Geralt in 2014 on PC and "all high-end platforms available" - presumably the Xbox 720 and PS4.
Today CD Projekt RED released the first screenshot of REDengine 3. REDengine 3 is the latest iteration of the studio's in-house engine and will be used for both Cyberpunk 2077 and Witcher 3.