The Witcher 3 is getting its dedicated PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions in a couple of weeks. CD Projekt RED released a new trailer to gear players up.
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CD Projekt RED revealed the release date for its dedicated PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. In addition, the game will be getting some content themed around the Netflix series.
As we adventure through our favorite game worlds, RPGamers pass through our fair share of towns and cities. In the second of this two-part feature, we’ll tell you about our most beloved cities that seem to take on lives of their own.
CD Projekt RED announced that the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have been delayed. The delay comes about as the studio takes the development in-house.
A role-playing game can absolutely win Game of the Year at The Game Awards. Doing so ensures outstanding prestige, which promotes the overall value of this rich and rewarding genre.
After a long silence on the current gen updates for Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3, CD Projekt RED has confirmed that neither will be released this year. Both will arrive next year, with Cyberpunk coming first.
The Witcher 3 is getting an upgraded version for the next generation. The new version has not been dated, but those who already own the game on PS4, Xbox One, or PC will be able to upgrade for free.
Welcome to Backloggin’ the Year, a feature that discusses the challenges and excitement that comes with working through your backlog. In this quarterly feature, Sam Wachter goes on a journey to pare down her gaming backlog.
Whatcha Playing is back to round up the games the staff played in March and April. Dragon Quest III, Trails games, Trials of Mana, and Persona 5 Royal were among the many vying for staff gaming time as we stayed indoors during the lockdown.
Whatcha Playing is back to round up the games the staff played in January and February. Pokémon, Trails games, Mass Effect, and World of Warcraft were among the many vying for staff gaming time over the last couple of months.
While it’s a bit later than usual, the RPGamer staff have decided to check in on last year’s resolutions. Did they make their 2019 goals? Let’s see what the staff have in store for 2020.
Q&A Quest starts off the new year right with some talk about the many RPGs that came to the Nintendo Switch in 2019. We also discuss Chrono Cross and Final Fantasy IX.
Whatcha Playing is back after a holiday-related delay to round up the games the staff played in November and December. Pokémon, Heroland, AI: The Somnium Files, and Trails of Cold Steel II were among the many vying for staff gaming time over the holidays.
Microsoft is expanding the titles available through Xbox Game Pass. The games coming to the service in the next year include plenty of RPGs.
The Witcher 3 goes portable as it is readily available on the Nintendo Switch. Journey with Geralt at home or on the go with every piece of content readily available.
CD Projekt RED made a couple of announcements ahead of this week’s Gamescom. The Witcher 3 now has a Switch release date, while Cyberpunk 2077 is making its way to Google Stadia.
Chris got kicked off his own show this week to make room for a panel full to bursting with #JRPGJuly updates! Some are playing new games, some are playing old games, but let’s face it – everyone will be playing Fire Emblem next week.
Yes, The Witcher 3 is heading to Nintendo Switch. What game will be next to lead the clamouring for a port?
Monster Hunter: World received a lot news about a lot of things that are planned for the game in 2019. Among them includes a very cold summer and a very disgruntled Witcher.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is not just the long-awaited sequel to the video game franchise, but the first game entry that feels like a proper sequel to the novels and short fiction to which it owes its lineage. It’s not just a great game, but a follow-up story that winds up its series better than the final book did.