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Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.31 now live: Here’s what it changes

Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.31 now live: Here’s what it changes

Last month, CD Projekt Red shipped update 1.3 for Cyberpunk 2077. The update delivered a ton of changes with a set of patch notes that felt neverending, but it seems there were some bugs and other issues that evaded CD Projekt Red. Some of those lingering issues are being quashed in update 1.31, which is arriving today for console and PC.

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Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.3 datamine uncovers new multiplayer, expansion mentions

Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.3 datamine uncovers new multiplayer, expansion mentions

Last week, CD Projekt Red launched the version 1.3 update for Cyberpunk 2077. The update shipped a very long list of fixes across multiple areas of the game, with quests and gigs, in particular, getting a sizable heaping of changes. Now that the update has been out for a little while, dataminers are beginning to dig in to see what they can find, and as it turns out, they're finding some rather big references.

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WitcherCon live stream today: CD Projekt Red, Netflix show teasers

WitcherCon live stream today: CD Projekt Red, Netflix show teasers

Starting at 6PM BST (12 noon Central Time), there'll be a live stream of the event called WitcherCon. This is the first ever WitcherCon event, celebrating and expanding upon the game series and the television show. This event is co-hosted by Netflix and CD Projekt Red, and will be available to watch and devour without any pre-registration, tickets, or other goofiness.

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The Witcher: Monster Slayer brings AR monster battles to iOS and Android this month

The Witcher: Monster Slayer brings AR monster battles to iOS and Android this month

In the wake of Pokemon GO, we've seen a number of other franchises try to replicate the game's success in the AR space. CD Projekt is one of the companies trying its hand at AR gaming, as it announced The Witcher: Monster Slayer last year. Fast forward to today and now The Witcher: Monster Slayer has a release date on both iOS and Android.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is finally where it should’ve been on day one, CD Projekt promises

Cyberpunk 2077 is finally where it should’ve been on day one, CD Projekt promises

2021 has been something of a year of rebuilding for Cyberpunk 2077. After the game launched to considerable controversy last year, developer CD Projekt Red committed to fixing the game's numerous issues throughout 2021. Those efforts were kickstarted by two large patches at the beginning of the year, with smaller, more focused patches following afterward. Now, it seems that Cyberpunk 2077 has gotten to the point where its developers are happy with its stability and performance.

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Microsoft Store Cyberpunk 2077 refund policy ends next month

Microsoft Store Cyberpunk 2077 refund policy ends next month

What should have been CD Projekt RED's crowning glory quickly became its albatross. Much-anticipated and repeatedly delayed, Cyberpunk 2077's disastrous launch became one for the gaming history books. Sony yanked it off completely from the PlayStation store while game distribution channels made exceptions for the game in their return and refund policies. The controversy around Cyberpunk 2077 has seemingly died down by now, at least enough for Sony to bring the game back to its shelves and for Microsoft to end its generous refund offer for the title.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is back on the PlayStation Store, but with a huge PS4 warning

Cyberpunk 2077 is back on the PlayStation Store, but with a huge PS4 warning

Today is a big day for Cyberpunk 2077, as the game is returning to the PlayStation Store after a long absence. Cyberpunk 2077 was removed from the PlayStation Store shortly after it was released, and it's been absent from the storefront for about 6 months. While the game is making a grand comeback today, it's accompanied by a warning for those who own a PlayStation 4.

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Cyberpunk 2077 dev CD Projekt hack was apparently really bad

Cyberpunk 2077 dev CD Projekt hack was apparently really bad

It seems that CD Projekt RED, once the darling of "big" indie game developers, oxymoronic as that may sound, can't really catch a break. Loved for its The Witcher RPG series, the Polish game dev house has now become associated less favorably as a giant publisher, one that also happens to own the old Good Old Games or GOG. The disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077 may have been a terrible experience for many gamers but now even its own employees may be at risk after revealing that a massive data breach earlier this year may have actually been worse than they first thought.

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CD Projekt Red saw little financial impact from Cyberpunk 2077 refunds

CD Projekt Red saw little financial impact from Cyberpunk 2077 refunds

One of the biggest disappointments in gaming in recent memory was the launch of CD Projekt Red's highly anticipated game Cyberpunk 2077. The game was heavily anticipated but launched with major issues with gameplay and performance, particularly on older game consoles. Many players are so unhappy with the quality of the game that they began asking for refunds, and the developers delivered.

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