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GC 2018 - EVERYTHING we've seen on Cyberpunk 2077

During Gamescom we had the chance to participate in the closed-door event on Cyberpunk 2077. Event obviously among the most anticipated, given that the places had been finished for some time and it was impossible to book ...
Cyberpunk

Cyberpunk 2077 is playable from start to finish.

Cyberpunk 2077 has reached a very important development goal. The Projekt Red CDs have indeed confirmed that, within their studies, the title can now be tackled from beginning to end. Richard Borzymowski, the game's producer, has ...
Cyberpunk 2077 consequences

In Cyberpunk 2077 we will be responsible for the consequences of our actions (maybe)

The wait for Cyberpunk 2077 is still long, but following the preview during the E3, CD Projekt Red started cautiously revealing different details on the mechanics of the expected game. After the recent comments on the freedom of ...
Gwent

The final release of GWENT will arrive in October, with significant changes

GWENT, the CD Projekt Red video game that plays the most popular card game in the setting of The Witcher, has been as successful as many obstacles and unforeseen events so far. If the multiplayer part of the video game ...
CD Project Red

CD Projekt Red is developing a new triple A RPG to be released by ...

When we talk about CD Projekt Red we can only praise it, given the very high average quality of its titles, the last of which is the immense The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and its DLCs. Just for ...

Dark Horse will produce a statuette of Geralt taking a bath

Dark Horse has produced The Witcher themed merchandise in the past, but their next piece may be somewhat atypical. It is, in fact, a statuette depicting Geralt bathing ...

CD Projekt Red has clear ideas about loot boxes and incomplete games: they are ...

CD Projekt Red has frequently expressed itself on the subject of microtransactions and loot boxes in the past, reiterating its opposition to practices of this type. To make matters worse the co-founder of the ...

Rumor - Cyberpunk 2077 could have a trailer and a demo at E3

Cyberpunk 2077 continues to be talked about: after the unexpected signs of life on the game's Twitter account, rumors of a possible appearance of the expected CD Projekt Red title at this year's E3, ...

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