CD Projekt RED has found themselves the victim of both data theft and now blackmail. At least that is what we are hearing from their Twitter account. According to CD Projekt, someone has made off with information that relates to their upcoming game Cyberpunk 2077. The Tweet goes on to say that the files are old and are not representative of the current version of the game. They also say they are not planning on giving in to the ransom demands. It is something of an interesting situation to be honest.
It has finally happened, a fairly large game developer has decided to release their game without any DRM (Digital Rights Management). For years the concept of DRM has been all about preventing piracy. Sadly the more money that companies put into their DRM the more the games end up costing. This rapidly rising cost perpetuates piracy even more. It is true that a large number of people that download games online end up buying the, but it still has an initial impact.
Adam Badowski and Michal Platkow Gilewski have recently discovered that Witcher 3 hides even 36 different endings. Specifically, it's about 36 different states in which the world of Witcher 3 will remain after you complete the game. The game closely monitors all the choices of players, so that they will be able to more carefuly see the impact at the end of the game, even of those less important decisions.
Game Informer magazine, as usual, got the chance to discover another big hit about to be released to the world. This time it is the highly anticipated RPG, The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt, which will be launched next year. The game is made in a completely open style which was expected after the recent creations of the new REDenginea 3. This new engine is described as an ideal entry point to the Witcher world for players that have not meet with the franchise yet.