Flush with the success of the Edgerunners anime series, the Cyberpunk 2077 game is experiencing a resurgence in popularity, with millions of players diving back into Night City’s dark utopia. And thankfully, the developers have released another patch that adds a bit more single player content and quite a few nods to Edgerunners.
The GWENT: Rogue Mage Single Player Expansion provides gamers with a stripped down, fast paced and rogue-like experience using the classic GWENT cards. It’s not going to appeal to everyone, but is a good choice for a quick game of powerful card versus card battling against the computer.
The Cyberpunk 2077 developers were able to redeem themselves after a disastrous launch by improving gameplay and stability for the game’s PC and next generation console versions. And now it seems Cyberpunk finally also runs well on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
With the 1.5 patch and a move to next generation consoles, we finally get the Cyberpunk 2077 game that we all wanted. The road to get here has been unbelievably rocky, but now we can all enjoy the glory and grime that makes up the magnificent metropolis of Night City.
CD PROJEKT RED announced that Cyberpunk 2077 has just received its latest free update, introducing players to the next-gen Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 version of the game, and further improving the original platform releases. With Patch 1.5 — Next-Generation Update, Cyberpunk 2077 takes advantage of the additional power of the newest generation of console hardware, allowing for ray tracing features and 4K with dynamic scaling on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, faster loading times, and a variety of other visual and technical improvements. On PlayStation 5, the game will additionally utilize the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers and … Continue reading Cyberpunk 2077 Now Updated for Next Generation Consoles
CD Projekt Red streamed WitcherCon Live to the world. Various panels from the event talked about the Netflix TV show complete with visits from series stars and sneak peeks of next season, upcoming Witcher comic books like The Witcher: Ronin and of course when The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be coming to next generation consoles.
Our Modern Gamer columnist has been hooked on all things Witcher these days, and that includes a somewhat obscure offering from CD Projekt Red called Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales that marries GWENT and The Witcher 3.
Before all the Cyberpunk 2077 craziness, developer CD Projekt Red was busy working on The Witcher and its magical GWENT card game. Now available for free on multiple console, PC and mobile platforms, our Modern Gamer takes it for a spin.
Cyberpunk 2077 is clearly a masterpiece, but also a heavily flawed one. We reviewed it on a high-end PC, which let the game put its best foot forward. But your mileage will vary. It’s almost unplayable on the PlayStation 4, but starts to shine when given enough hardware to drive Night City’s massive world.
CD PROJEKT RED released today a new video for Cyberpunk 2077, offering gamers the latest look at gameplay and numerous aspects of the experience from the soon-to-be-released title. The video features over 5 minutes of in-game footage thrusting gamers deep into the most dangerous megalopolis of the year 2077 — Night City. Never-before-seen interactions and action scenes are shown, revealing details about the story, as well as characters — including their backgrounds and motivations. In addition to discussing the primary objective of the game’s protagonist, the up and coming cyber-enhanced mercenary going by the name V, part of the trailer … Continue reading Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Lengthy New Gameplay Trailer