Cyberpunk 2077's Expansion Not Switching Engines To Witcher 4's Unreal 5

CD Projekt Red has announced a wide-ranging technology partnership with Epic Games to use the Unreal Engine 5 for The Witcher 4, but that doesn't mean the Polish studio will abandon its own REDengine anytime soon.The REDengine, which is CD Projekt Red's proprietary game development software, will continue to be used to develop Cyberpunk 2077's upcoming expansion, the studio said in a news release. CD Projekt Red has used this engine since 2011's The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.As for Cyberpunk 2077's expansion, we know it exists, but that's basically it. CD Projekt Red has not announced when it will be released or what it will focus on, among other key particulars. Cyberpunk 2077's post-launch development roadmap was delayed so the studio could focus on improving the base game, and that effort continues with the launch of update 1.52 today, March 22.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Cyberpunk 2077's Expansion Not Switching Engines To Witcher 4's Unreal 5

CD Projekt Red has announced a wide-ranging technology partnership with Epic Games to use the Unreal Engine 5 for The Witcher 4, but that doesn't mean the Polish studio will abandon its own REDengine anytime soon.

The REDengine, which is CD Projekt Red's proprietary game development software, will continue to be used to develop Cyberpunk 2077's upcoming expansion, the studio said in a news release. CD Projekt Red has used this engine since 2011's The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.

As for Cyberpunk 2077's expansion, we know it exists, but that's basically it. CD Projekt Red has not announced when it will be released or what it will focus on, among other key particulars. Cyberpunk 2077's post-launch development roadmap was delayed so the studio could focus on improving the base game, and that effort continues with the launch of update 1.52 today, March 22.

Continue Reading at GameSpot