Since its debut The Witcher 3 has been receiving a steady stream of patches and free additional DLC content. To the point where developer CD Projekt Red seem to be going for some sort of post-release content record. From fixing bugs to alternate costumes to new quests to even a new movement system for Geralt, The Witcher 3 has grown from strength to strength these past few months. As the last bit of free DLC for the game (paving the way for the upcoming expansions), CD Projekt Red will be adding a New Game Plus mode.
Nathan "nachosjustice" is currently sleeping off his epic flight home from Dallas, Texas after finishing up at this year's QuakeCon. But before unleashing the Zs, he unleashed a number of other letters putting together a new and in-depth breakdown of what he saw at the event for Fallout 4, including some choice words from Bethesda's Pete Hines on the upcoming post-apocalyptic open-world RPG.
Remember back in 2004 when KOTOR II came out? The sequel to the fantastic BioWare RPG Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic? Well, you may remember it being a little buggy. You see at the time it was rushed to market in order to appease the release date gods and consequently was in a state that was far from finished. Well, as of now the game has been officially updated to include Steam Workshop access to the mandatory Restored Content Mod. Plus, support for 4K and 5K resolutions.