If anything there is proof of some titles perhaps making a showing at E3.
Looks like the success of The Witcher 3 has given them an appetite for greater things.
Off in the distance, something stirs.
The Polish developer has no intention to rob us blind, and that makes us happy.
The future is looking bright for the Polish industry superstars and they might have some surprises up their sleeves.
After a decade of travelling with Geralt of Rivia, it is hard not to get emotional.
CD Projekt RED refuses to give into ransom demands and warns that the information is old and a poor representation of Cyberpunk 2077.
What do you want to see at E3? Or what do you really really not want to see?
Creators of The Witcher III, and industry darling, CD Projekt RED came under a bit of fire last week when it came to light that they had registered a Trademark for the word “Cyberpunk”, with some community members fearing it might be used in some nefarious ways. CD Projekt RED is currently developing a game called Cyberpunk 2077, and defended the Trademark by tweeting the following sta...
The first word that comes to mind when I see that headline is a profane one, so I’ll just say “drat”. I’ve been looking forward to new news about Cyberpunk 2077 since forever. Only the new news this time is that there is none, and there certainly won’t be any at E3 either. Eurogamer recently went to a press conference where CD-Projekt co-founder, Marcin Iwinski, said ...
With the success of the Witcher 3, many people were hoping that developer CD Projekt Red would reveal a few new details about their new IP, Cyberpunk 2077, at E3 this year. It looks like disappointment is on the cards though as they stated in an interview, with Reuters, that they don’t intend to even discuss the game until at least 2017, which will allow them to spend the next few years focu...