The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Latest News
Nvidia boasts of 'record sales' with quarter revenue at $1.25 billion, demand spike for Maxwell GPUs
It's raining big bucks over atas their quarterly take over Christmas saw around $1.25 billion in revenue, driven largely by the spike in demand for their Maxwell GPU range, like those found in the GeForce GTX 980.
In fact they say a 38% rise in sales, up by 9% from the same period last year. Total revenue for year was $4.7 billion, with actual profits at $630 million. They didn't revealfigures.
Sex has always been a part of the Witcher series, right back to theand its rather adolescent collectible cards. For upcoming third entry The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, it's no less important.
that the game will contain a frankly jaw-dropping 16 hours of sex scene motion capture data. Blimey.
Downloadable content is a mixed bag, butis "making a statement" that it can be a force for good in the world, and not a price-gouging torture. To that end we'll be getting 16 DLC releases free.
That's right, 16 extra pieces of content at no charge for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Does the studio have no business sense? On the contrary, the DLC is all free because we "just paid full price" for the game.
The chaps over athave posted a fifteen-minute gameplay video showing 's upcoming fantasy RPG The Witcher 3 in action.
The video covers combat, travel, conversations and a cutscene or two. It's 1080p, too, which lets you get a good look at those crisp graphics. The game sure does a good line in ugly medieval peasants.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt video teases "behind-the-scenes peek" at hands-on event, impressions next week
A new video fromhas some teasing glimpses of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt at play. A global hands-on event is about to spill some meaty impressions of the open-world RPG next week.
The studio organised venues around the world for people to get their hands-on experience, and now it's almost time for the dam to burst. The Witcher 3 was delayed until May.