Last month, rumors spread about the Polish company CD Projekt Red, mostly based on negative Glassdoor reviews complaining of mismanagement and low morale. This morning, CD Projekt Red released a statement in response, saying that its “approach to making games is not for everyone” and that the studio is taking its time…
The Mahakam Ale Festival went live in CD Projekt Red’s collectible card game just over a week ago. Intended to coincide with Oktoberfest, the holiday event brought with it not just some tweaks to old cards but also completely new game mode.
Geralt’s trip from the pages of Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels to the games we know today was not an easy one.
Gwent, the in-universe card game from The Witcher 3, has been in beta as a standalone game since last May. Today, developers CD Projekt RED announced a new season-based competitive mode called Gwent Masters. Separate from the ranked mode already available to Gwent players, Gwent Masters will allow players to compete…
Video games like The Witcher 3 are enormous, complicated pieces of machinery with thousands upon thousands of moving parts. Make one mistake and you can break everything—or, as one developer discovered, you can accidentally unlock every door in the game.
The makers of The Witcher say thieves have stolen design documents for their next game, Cyberpunk 2077. And those thieves demanded a ransom—that the developers say they won’t pay.
Gwent, the card game from The Witcher 3, enters public beta on May 24 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players. Today at 3 pm EST, the CD PROJEKT RED Twitch channel will broadcast an overview of the beta’s offerings. Card collections and player progress will be reset, so new players should feel free to hop in.
The Witcher series is being turned into an English language Netflix drama by CG visual effects company Platige Image S.A.
Video game fans have been anticipating the latest franchise from CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077, for years. But only recently did it come to light that the makers of The Witcher franchise had trademarked the term “Cyberpunk” and this week some fans cried foul. Now, the developer is insisting that everything is ok and…
The Witcher 3 is an astounding RPG full of countless quests. It ranges from sweeping epic battles to smaller, more intimate tales. I started playing the “Hearts of Stone” DLC recently and experienced a quest so wonderful, I had to take a deeper dive.
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There’s kings to slay, monsters to hunt, and friends to save in The Witcher 3 but all I really care about is finding gear. I will climb the highest mountain for a new sword. I can’t stop. Not when there’s so much treasure to be found.
Today, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt gets a Game of the Year edition. It comes with all the updates, patches, DLC and expansions released over the last year. It’s also the rare “Game of the Year” edition that is appropriately named.
The Witcher 3 Game of the Year edition releases tomorrow and the base game is getting a big patch in preparation. Detailed patch notes show a great many fixes coming to version 1.30. Tweaked item drops, an end to game altering glitches, and a host of quest fixes are highlights.
Marcin Iwiński, co-founder of GOG and development studio CD Projekt Red, has some curious thoughts on how to handle a very thorny subject: piracy.
Blood and Wine, the latest (and final) DLC pack for The Witcher 3, has an easter egg that I am frankly shocked anyone found at all. The secret is remarkably well-hidden, and not accessible through normal means.
It’s been a good year for video game endings! Not long after Uncharted 4's masterpiece, along comes The Witcher 3's final expansion Blood & Wine, which serves as a playable farewell tour for Geralt of Rivia, someone fans have been playing as for almost nine years now. And that farewell is good.
I haven’t spent a lot of time playing Gwent in The Witcher 3—there are too many monsters to hunt, too many mysteries to solve—but with CD Projekt Red’s new spinoff, that’s probably going to change.
Is Witcher III card game Gwent strong enough to stand on its own? A trademark application filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office indicates that developer CD Projekt Red thinks so. That, or they just wanted to protect the keen logo they came up with.
Here’s the intro to Blood & Wine, in which Geralt is encouraged to take up a fancy new contract and says farewell to the Northern Kingdoms.