Cyberpunk 2077 Goes Gold, Mincraft Dungeons Cross-Play

Cyberpunk 2077 Goes Gold, Mincraft Dungeons Cross-Play

Cyberpunk 2077 Ready for Print

It has been a rocky year in game design where a lot of studios have been influenced by the pandemic. It’s looking like CD Projekt Red is going to manage to get Cyberpunk 2027 out the door in the very near future, though. This is all according to a tweet posted to the game’s official twitter account.

This is because the game has officially gone gold. What this means is that the game is complete and physical discs can soon be produced.

The team at CD Projekt Red will likely have to keep working on patches and downloadable content, but the core game will be in player’s hands when it releases on November 19, 2020 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.

Source: Twitter

Minecraft Dungeons Receives Cross-Play and More

Cross-Play is one of those things that can really enhance a multiplayer experience. Consoles are expensive and people, especially kids, often have only one if they have any at all. If somebody wants to play with their best friend, favorite relative, or a new acquaintance, they either need to have the same system or be playing a game that allows them to play with another across different platforms. That will soon be the case with Minecraft: Dungeons .

This is all according to a recent reveal that occurred that the Minecraft Live 2020 event. Further details indicate that the consoles included in this arrangement are the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC. Cross-save, however, is not supported.

A new DLC called Howling Peaks and the Apocalypse Plus difficulty setting will also be out soon. The update that adds cross-play releases in November 2020, while the other two pieces of content are set to follow in December.

Source: Redanian Intelligence

The Witcher Season 3 Listed on Reputable Site

The first season of The Witcher on Netflix was a hit that had fans literally singing. Now fans can likely look forward to at least two more seasons, if a recent listing in the Writers Guild of America Directories is any indication.

While it’s uncertain if the show will ever produce something as catchy as “Toss a Coin to your Witcher,” ever again, the certainty of the shows continuation has been around for a while now. The second season started filming in earlier this year and even though the year was rough for most people, the show doesn’t seem to have been totally deterred. Filming did stop for a while, though.

The show’s second season is expected to release at some point in 2021, which is quite a wait considering the exciting first season concluded at the end of last year. Hopefully the third season follows more quickly after the second season. That said, an anime movie set in the same universe, and a six-part prequel series are also in the works. They are called The Witcher: Blood Origins and The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf respectively and they might help mitigate any potential dry spells for fans in the future.

Source: IGN

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