CD Projekt Red has announced that they are working on an official mod editor for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. This new editor will allow players to create their own experiences in the game by creating something entirely new or editing existing quests and content. According to the announcement, the editor will be available for free in 2024. However, it should be noted that it will likely only be available on PC, which may be disappointing for console owners.
In other news, CD Projekt, the producer of Cyberpunk, informs that the storyline of the second part of the game does not necessarily have to take place in Night City. In an interview with screenwriter Magdalena Zych, we learn that cyberpunk as a genre can be considered in various places where super-capitalism develops and leads to the decline of society. Therefore, the setting of the next part of the game may be completely different from Night City.
During a meeting with investors, the CEO of Take-Two Interactive explained that game prices are dependent on the amount of time players can spend with a particular title. According to him, Rockstar games are relatively cheap compared to the amount of entertainment they provide. In the context of this explanation, one can wonder how much the next installment of GTA will cost. It is widely believed that game prices are still rising, and it is possible that GTA VI will cost even more than 500 PLN for the standard version.
Starfield, Bethesda’s latest game, had a good start, but the emerging issues caused players to lose interest. Skyrim, which was released in 2011, has higher numbers on Steam than Starfield, even though the latter had its premiere a few weeks ago.
Finally, Hogwarts Legacy, a game set in the world of Harry Potter, has finally arrived on the Nintendo Switch console. Although the graphics of the game are not the best, it runs smoothly on this platform. However, the number of loading screens is annoying for players. Despite this, many believe that the game looks better than expected and provides a stable 30 frames per second.