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CD Projekt made over £215m profit in 2020 - despite Cyberpunk 2077 refunds costing tens of millions

Refunds of Cyberpunk 2077 after its disastrous launch failed to dent CD Projekt's sales success. In its financial report for last year, CD Projekt revealed 30,000 refunds were issued through its "Help Me Refund" program. The company spent 8.46m PLN (£1.6m) on the program. However, it's worth pointing out that the 30,000 refunds figure relates only to CD Projekt's own "Help Me Refund" program. It does not include refunds made by other shops and digital storefronts. Read more


The Witcher 3 new patch helps keep things stable

Witcher 3 players, that stability patch you've been demanding is here. Just two days after launch, CD Projekt Red have released patch 1.03 to help keep The Witcher 3 completely stable and free it from some of its launch bugs. If you had problem with Nvidia Hairworks, post-process settings, or the UI, these and many more issues are addressed in this patch. Want more Witcher 3? Here are the best Witcher 3 mods. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: This Witcher 3 mod adds a new standalone quest to wrap up Blood and Wine Filming on Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 has officially wrapped Netflix's The Witcher set photos possibly reveal the Wild Hunt


The Witcher 3 crashes, bugs and fixes

The Witcher 3 launched this week, with CD Projekt Red opening up the gates of its intimidating, huge open world. Despite an extended period of bug stomping and a day one patch, it's not just monsters that plague the Northern Kingdoms; there are plenty of bugs as well. We'll be posting major launch bugs here, and updating them with fixes as they crop up, so keep checking back if you find yourself beset with issues. Want more Witcher 3? Here are the best Witcher 3 mods. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: This Witcher 3 mod adds a new standalone quest to wrap up Blood and Wine Filming on Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 has officially wrapped Netflix's The Witcher set photos possibly reveal the Wild Hunt


Massive Witcher 3 mod overhauls just about every aspect of combat

With the exception of a few tough fights toward the end, you can get away with quite a bit of button-mashing in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. But that's not the case with a mod called The Enhanced Edition, which retools enemy stats and completely changes the way fighting happens in the game. The final version of the mod, 3.30, is available for download now. Find out why The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is on our list of the best RPGs available on PC. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: This Witcher 3 mod adds a new standalone quest to wrap up Blood and Wine Filming on Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 has officially wrapped Netflix's The Witcher set photos possibly reveal the Wild Hunt


This Witcher 3 mod improves "almost every graphic aspect of the game"

The Witcher 3 is already very pretty, but that hasn't stopped one modder from spending nearly four years giving the game a fresh lick of paint. The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project received its latest major update last night, making Geralt's adventures across the continent more beautiful than ever. According to modder HalkHoganPL, the aim of the mod is "to improve the graphics by reworking models and textures," all while preserving both CDPR's original art style and the game's overall performance. The mod was first uploaded in November 2015, but yesterday, HalkHogan shipped update 10.0. That new update reworked 1,000 new textures, and improved on 250 character models, and you can take a closer look at some of those changes in the video further down this article. All of the comparisons are impressive, but most striking is the increased quality of the Redanian guard's armor, and I'm excited to see some of the game's central characters get a similar treatment. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: This Witcher 3 mod adds a new standalone quest to wrap up Blood and Wine Filming on Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 has officially wrapped Netflix's The Witcher set photos possibly reveal the Wild Hunt


The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt system requirements will test even the biggest of rigs

You're going to need to find a nice cool place in your house, start packing the walls and ceiling with ice, and layer the floor with heatsinks and cooling trays. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's system specs have been revealed and that game's going to make you computer run hot. I'm looking through the minimum specs and the only thing my desktop can manage is the 40GB of hard drive space. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: This Witcher 3 mod adds a new standalone quest to wrap up Blood and Wine Filming on Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 has officially wrapped Netflix's The Witcher set photos possibly reveal the Wild Hunt


This Witcher 3 mod adds a new standalone quest to wrap up Blood and Wine

If you've bested The Witcher 3 - and by Witcher 3, I mean the RPG game's full experience, two expansions and all - you'll have encountered Orianna's quest, Blood Simple. Featured as a possible main quest in the game's second DLC, Blood and Wine, it ends with something of a loose end - but now a new standalone quest mod aims to tell the tale to its end. Spoilers ahead, folks. Nikich340's Witcher 3 new quest mod is called A Night To Remember, and it continues Orianna's questline beyond where Blood and Wine stops - so, after the point at which Geralt lets the vampire go, having vowed to deal with her should they ever cross paths again. It's described as a "completely new adventure featuring characters new and old", with "new writing, cutscenes, voice acting, assets, a special reward, and some difficult decisions..." Gulp. What this new adventure - and these tricky new decisions - might bring exactly aren't detailed on the mod's page, but you can get a flavour of the quest in the clip below. Plus, the creator notes in the mod's comments that "after completing the quest you may try other variants in main dialogue scenes to get another ending", so it sounds like there'll be different outcomes at its conclusion. Neat. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Filming on Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 has officially wrapped Netflix's The Witcher set photos possibly reveal the Wild Hunt New Witcher season two castings reveal a new character and a gender swap


Filming on Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 has officially wrapped

April 2, 2021 Netflix has confirmed that filming on The Witcher Season 2 has come to a close. There's no sign of a Witcher Season 2 release date just yet, but we know that's it's marching ever closer, as Netflix has confirmed that filming on the new season has come to a close. Early word on the end of filming started to slip out this week, and Netflix made it official earlier today. In a tweet, Netflix says "That's a wrap on Season 2! The White Wolf awaits you back on The Continent". An image of an extremely pleased-looking Henry Cavill with a clapperboard is attached, too. This official report came after signs come from several sources, including hair and makeup artist on the show - which is based on The Witcher book series by Andrzej Sapkowski - Jacqueline Rathore. The artist has posted an Instagram story revealing that the decks - well, corkboards - have been cleared on the series, and that, as of March 31, the Season 2 filming is done. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Netflix's The Witcher set photos possibly reveal the Wild Hunt New Witcher season two castings reveal a new character and a gender swap Netflix's The Witcher gets its Philippa Eilhart


CD Projekt Red won't start marketing their games until closer to launch now

During CD Projekt Red's company strategy video yesterday, the studio covered all sorts of ways in which they feel they got things wrong during Cyberpunk 2077's development. Not just development, but Cyberpunk's marketing too. In the future, they say they'll wait until much closer to a game's launch to start firing up trailers and demos and in depth looks at gameplay. That means if there's another big Witcher game out there on the horizon, we may not hear about it for quite a while yet. Honestly? Good. Read more


Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer is no longer CD Projekt Red's next big game

In a company strategy video released today, CD Projekt Red have outlined changes they plan to make to the development studio's structure and focus. Chief among the changes is the news that their next project will no longer be a standalone multiplayer Cyberpunk game. Instead, they're going to focus on developing fundamental technology that will eventually bring multiplayer components to all of their games. This was explained alongside a shift towards "parallel AAA game development", which will allow them to simultaneously work on both Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher series. Read more


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