Slated for later this year, The Witcher 3‘s next-gen update will make some visual and technical improvements to the critically acclaimed RPG. It seems some of those improvements might have been partially created by the game’s modding community.
One of The Witcher 3‘s most popular mods could be part of the next-gen update that’s coming later this year. The creator is in talks with CD Projekt Red about the upcoming upgrade to the beloved RPG game, and currently,
Remnant: From the Ashes will shortly receive a free next-gen update to “enhance both frame rate and resolution”.
According to developer Gunfire Games, on 13th May players will “receive a free major upgrade patch that will add the option to
CD Projekt Red announced last year that they’ll be releasing a big next-gen (now-gen) update to The Witcher 3, which PC players will get as a free game update too. We still don’t know when that’ll be arriving
A next-gen upgrade for The Witcher 3 is due to arrive sometime later this year, complete with ray-tracing, faster load times and more. But rather unexpectedly, it seems some of these improvements are coming from the community, as CDPR
May the 4th is coming up, and as always, there are Star Wars celebrations planned. One of the celebrations this year is that Jedi: Fallen Order, the first single-player Star Wars game we’ve had in a long time,
CD Projekt Red announced as part of their future roadmap that they’re working on a version of The Witcher 3, to be released later this year. Not only will the developers launch it on next-gen consoles, but they’ll also
Crash Bandicoot is such a massively recognizable IP for the Sony PlayStation console during the 1990s. Overall the series received three mainline installments before being used for spin-off titles and mobile ports. However, for fans of the IP, we received
Resident Evil 7 takes place four years after the events of Resident Evil 6, in a fictional city of Dulvey, Louisiana. Players will be taking on the role of Ethan, a man who is searching for his missing wife