Posts Tagged ‘witcher 3’

E3 2016: Yes It’s True, Gwent Is Going Solo

by Peter Paltridgeon June 13, 2016
A week ago, a European trademark filing was spotted that pointed to the creation of a stand-alone title for Gwent, the card game previously playable only within The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It was legit: today during Microsoft’s E3 conference, the first trailer appeared. Gwent: The Witcher Card Game works a lot like other card-collecting […]
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Witcher 3 Gets Upgraded With Patch 1.07

by Peter Paltridgeon July 18, 2015
The latest patch for The Witcher 3 took a long time to arrive, but you’ll soon see why. The patch — which is for all platforms, PC, XBox One and PS4 — does more than just fix bugs: it adds content for free, such as a new outfit for Ciri, a stash for players to […]

The Dominant Platform For Witcher 3 Isn’t Steam

by Peter Paltridgeon June 11, 2015
CD Projekt Red, publishers of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, revealed today the dominant form of commerce people are using to obtain their game. Despite Steam being the digital distribution hub preferred by the majority of people, somehow this highly-anticipated, extremely hyped game managed to sell more copies on Projekt Red said that over […]

Witcher 3 Will Try To Get As Close to 1080p On Xbox As It Can

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2015
We’re mere days away from the release of Projekt Red’s anticipated RPG Witcher 3. It’s gained over one million preorders already. Review sites across the Web are singing 9-point praises for it, though the real acid test will be if Angry Joe plays it and doesn’t hate it. (One unnecessary DLC pack and the game […]