After what happened with the unofficial Twitter account of CD Projekt RED, the company behind The Witcher series has created a new and official, english Twitter account. As the description reads, this is the official Twitter account for CD Projekt RED – the developer of critically acclaimed RPGs, The Witcher franchise and Cyberpunk 2077. In other words, it can’t get more official than this.
CD Projekt RED has recently announced the third part in the ‘The Witcher’ series that will be powered by REDengine 3, and promises to push the graphical level of open-world games to new heights. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be the last part of the legend of Geralt of Rivia, though CDPR may re-visit The Witcher universe via another game.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be open-world with free-roaming exploration is, and will be packed with an improved combat system that will allow players to feel like a real monster-hunter, a witcher who uses his superior senses and fighting skills to survive in a dark fantasy world-while he embarks on a quest to save his loved ones.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will not be coming to current-generation consoles (X360 and PS3). So far, the only confirmed version is the PC, alongside the console version for the 2014 ‘top-of-the-line’ consoles.
CD Projekt RED is also working on Cyberpunk 2077, though this title will be hitting the streets after the release of The Witcher 3. We expect to see Cyberpunk 2077 in 2015 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2014.
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