GOG.com: Cyberpunk 2077, Witcher 2 for Mac, modding - destructoid

GOG.com: Cyberpunk 2077, Witcher 2 for Mac, modding

3:15 PM on 10.18.2012

Alasdair Duncan

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Couple of bits of information coming out of today's CD Projeckt/GOG.com Fall Conference about The Witcher 2 and the studio's upcoming Cyberpunk title. Firstly, Cyberpunk 2077 is the official name for the new RPG with CD Projeckt saying the game will be more of a "sandbox" game compared to their previous titles.

The Witcher 2 has now finally come to Mac and is available on GOG.com and Steam where you can get the game for 25% off its normal price. Best of all, if you already own the GOG.com edition for PC then you will get the Mac version free of charge.

CD Projeckt also announced that a variety of modder teams would be receiving their REDkit modding suite soon, with the full toolkit being rolled out for free in the first half of 2013. It's going to be real interesting seeing what mod teams can come up with for a game like Witcher 2 -- it's a title that's begging for new content. 




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