When CD Projekt RED originally announced Cyberpunk 2077, it was said to be coming for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Yet, several years have passed since then, so not many would be surprised if the game slipped into the next generation, especially considering that 99.999% of the world population hasn’t seen a single frame of gameplay.
During today’s reveal of Cyberpunk 2077 at Microsoft’s press E3 2018 press conference livestreamed from Los Angeles, CD Projekt RED hid a small and cheeky message. Just before the airing of the trailer, the screen went back, and a “hacking” sequence began. Within the lines of code showcased on the screen we read “w3 l34V3
E3 2018 is just around the corner and as we continue to near gaming’s biggest week, it seems that we’re starting to gain a clearer image of just who and what might be present at the show. Today, the picture became just a bit clearer as we learned that CD Projekt Red, the developers of the
There’s been a lot of news coming out on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt recently, despite the game having launched three years ago in this May. But with all of that news, many fans are still eagerly awaiting the PS4 Pro HDR update patch that was promised back in December. The Xbox One X HDR
SoulCalibur VI was already one of the most anticipated fighting games of this year, but today, the deal just got a whole lot sweeter. We had previously heard that Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series was set to appear in a game from another franchise this year; today, that game was revealed to be
CD Projekt Red added PS4 Pro support to its critically acclaimed game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt back in October, and promised Xbox One X support for the title before the end of the year. Today, the developer finally announced that they had released a patch for the Xbox One version of the game that