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Cyberpunk 2077 shows signs of life on Twitter

It's been a while since the initial announcement of Cyberpunk 2077, which took place in the 2012. CD Projekt Red's ambitious multiplayer project has spent the last five and years without fanfare, thanks to the reputation of ...

GWENT unveils 20 of the new 100 cards arriving with the December Midwinter Update

During a livestream on Twitch, the CD Projekt Red dev revealed twenty new cards coming to GWENT in December, as part of the Midwinter Update. GWENT was originally a game ...

GWENT's single player campaign, Thronebreaker, is postponed to 2018

GWENT, the CD Projekt Red video game that reproduces the most popular card game in the setting of The Witcher, has so far been entirely dedicated to multiplayer. Things will change with the arrival of Thronebreaker, which ...

CD Project Red on Cyberpunk 2077 Online: "Let's Greed To Others"

Last week, the CEO of CD Projekt Red, Adam Kiciński, raised concerns among his software house fans, stating that Cyberpunk 2077 will have elements online to "ensure its long-term success ...

CD Projekt Red dives into Cyberpunk

They made an explosive hound on Turner's tracks in New Delhi, tuned to her pheromones and hair color. It came to him in a street called Chandni Chauk, and he went to his ...

The Lover and The Witcher FREE

Attention, the Accattino is back, let siori venghino. Today I propose a title that needs no introduction, the masterpiece that consecrated CDs Projekt RED in the Olympus of developers: The Witcher Enhanced Edition. Developed by ...

Gwent: Here's the first stress test

As the title suggests, CD Projekt Red announced the first stress test that will take place today 23 and the 27 of September. As specified by them, the intention is to test once for ...

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