Indie studio The Molasses Flood, known for The Flame in the Flood and Drake Hollow, has been acquired by CD Projekt.
Cyberpunk 2077 will not come to the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S in Q1 of 2022, while The Witcher 3 will arrive in Q2 of 2022.
The current-gen versions could be launching soon. They offer faster loading times, ray tracing and other "visual and technical" improvements.
The company looks to fans to give them ideas about what to improve for quest design in the future.
Roads that have recently seen rain should now look even more detailed than before. Enemy stealth detection speed has also been adjusted.
There is also roughly 70 other people put on unannounced games, though no information was given for when to expect those titles or the expansion.
The Polish developer has learned its lessons in recent months, and says it cannot guarantee that production schedules won't delay Cyberpunk 2077's next-gen launch.
A recent announcement on Cyberpunk 2077's modding Discord reveals that a group of modders will be joining the studio to work on the game.
CD Projekt RED said earlier this year that the multiplayer Cyberpunk project has been cancelled as the company reconsidered online functionality for its games.
Cyberpunk 2077's newest patch has brought a whole host of fixes, while also adding some new free DLC as a bonus.
A stream is being held tomorrow on CD Projekt RED's Twitch channel to discuss upcoming changes with full patch notes coming "soon."
A recent Digital Foundry reports sheds light on performance issues faced in Cyberpunk 2077's Xbox Series X version, seven months after release.
Shortly after its return to the PlayStation Store, CD Projekt RED's open world action RPG topped the PlayStation Store sales charts in North America and Europe.
CD Projekt RED confirms that The Witcher 3's recently announced DLC will be coming to its PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch versions as well.
While there are no details on what the DLC is, it seems it will tip its hat to the Netflix adaptation in some form.
CD Projekt RED clarifies that the ad isn't for a new update but a "reminder of patch 1.2." Any news on future updates will be through official channels.
Microsoft ends the special expanded refund policy it put in place for Cyberpunk 2077 following its disastrous launch last year.
CDPR claims to be satisfied with Cyberpunk 2077's current state, but it's hard not to look at the game as a case of fallen standards.
Joint CEO Adam Kiciński says the development team will "introducing improvements to the general game systems" over time.
You can expect behind-the-scenes looks at the games and the Netflix series, additional news and reveals, and more, but don't expect a new game announcement.