CDPR unveils new Witcher board and card game known as ‘Old World’

While the folks at CD Projekt Red might be busy with ransom demands for its stolen source code right now, a new Witcher game is on the way. Well, a board game to be exact. Made in conjunction with publisher Go on Board, CDPR is ready to bring its Witcher world of magic and monster slaying to board game night, once again. Head below for more details and The Witcher: Old World game announcement trailer.

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Cyberpunk 2077 removed from PlayStation Store, but it might be easier to get a refund now

More details on the Cyberpunk 2077 for PS4 and Xbox One debacle have come to light. Sony and CD Projekt Red made a difficult, albeit needed, decision to completely remove the game from Sony’s digital storefront yesterday evening, leaving the fate of the most highly-anticipated game in recent memory up in the air once again. The previous-generation version of the game suffers immensely from horrible visual fidelity and a laundry list of bugs, leading CDPR to announce refunds on Cyberpunk 2077 for PS4 and Xbox One. However, after players were having a hard time doing so, especially on PlayStation, it looks like the move to remove the game from PSN might actually help the cause. Head below for more details. 

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New Cyberpunk 2077-themed missions and abilities come to Death Stranding, but only on PC

A new Cyberpunk 2077 Death Stranding update is now adding some interesting new wrinkles and goodies to the latest Hideo Kojima title. Yes, you read that correctly. A crossover campaign between CD Projekt Red and the Hideo Kojima camp is bringing a series of Cyberpunk 2077-themed in-game items, abilities and content into Death Stranding. But it looks like this content is only for PC gamers at this point. Head below for more details and today’s announcement trailer. 

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CDPR now issuing Cyberpunk 2077 refunds for broken PS4/Xbox One version

Cyberpunk 2077 refunds are now available for players not happy with the previous-generation console performance. Ever since the game released late last week, console players (mainly those on the base-model PS4 and Xbox) have been experiencing a series of sometimes game-breaking bugs as well as much lower resolution visuals than were expected. Developer CD Projekt Red is now issuing an apology, update/patch schedule, and Cyberpunk 2077 refunds for those affected. Head below for more details. 

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FREE next-gen upgrades coming for The Witcher 3 on PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC

CD Projekt Red might be hard at work on finishing up the highly-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077, but that hasn’t stopped it from announcing details for The Witcher 3 on PS5 and Xbox Series X. Highly touted as one of the best role playing games of the generation, CDPR is already planning to keep its groundbreaking open-world experience alive and well on next-generation hardware from Sony and Microsoft. Head below for more details on what sounds like both an enhanced version of the game and free updates.

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CDPR unveils new Pokémon Go-like Witcher Monster Slayer game for iOS/Android

The Witcher Monster Slayer is the latest from CD Project Red’s mobile studio, Spokko. The new AR location-based RPG for iOS and Android tasks players with becoming a witcher in what sounds a a lot like a Pokémon Go-like experience, but with gruesome monsters to slay, narrative-based quests, and much more. Head below for a look at the announcement trailer and to get more details.

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Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay showcase starts now! New features, trailer, more

Today we are getting a new trailer, details, and Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay as part of CD Projekt Red’s scheduled E3 replacement showcase. When E3 was canceled it was a tough pill to swallow for gamers everywhere, but that has made way for a series of arguably even more focused showcases from Sony, EA, and Microsoft thus far. Today’s Night City Wire event is a very highly-anticipated new look at what is easily one of the best games still remaining for current generation hardware. Head below for a closer look and more information on Cyberpunk 2077.

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Cyberpunk 2077 backwards compatibility confirmed for PS5/Xbox Series X + more

Cyberpunk 2077 backward compatibility with next-generation consoles has now been confirmed. Your PS4 and Xbox One copies of the game will work on Sony and Microsoft’s upcoming flagship consoles, and we are also looking at a free next-generation update after that. But it’s not all good news from the CD Projekt Red camp right now, as Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed once again. Head below for all the details.

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