The Witcher 3 is apparently coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2019, so the release date isn’t that far off

Let’s start with… Platforms: PC Release date: September 4 Announced back in April, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will let you hand-pick your own warrior to take on the most dangerous beasts of the Wild Hunt like Geralt of Rivia, Yennefer, and Ciri. You’ll get to play as Ciri, who will be quite the badass when she shows up, and you’ll also be able to play as Yennefer, who will probably kill everyone in sight. Yeah, we know. If you want to watch the first gameplay trailer, check it out here. Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Release date: October 23 There’s a lot going for The Witcher 3, and it’s intended as a prequel to the events of the first game, so CD Projekt Red’s RPG will let you dive into the timeline before the events of the first game. You’ll get to play as Tracey, who’s just arrived in the North, and you’ll be tasked with finding out what happened there. You can also play as Yennefer, who’s not so fond of Geralt, and Tracey will help guide you through the events of the first game and – hopefully – find out what happened to Tracey’s parents. If that’s not enough to get you through the story, you can also play as Tracey’s brother, Zoltan. Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Release date: April 16, 2019 We’ve been waiting for the first new IP from the developers of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Its official website describes it as “the next chapter in the acclaimed world of High Fantasy”, which we assume is the same thing that makes it so interesting. We know it’s set in “a vast open world” with “freedom, customisation, and a powerful hero”, which sounds pretty awesome. Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Release date: May 22, 2019 We’ve been waiting for a new IP from the developers of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Its official website describes it as “the next chapter in the acclaimed world of High Fantasy”, which we assume is the same thing that makes it so interesting. We know it’s set in a vast open world, which sounds pretty awesome. Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Release date: October 23 The Witcher 3 is apparently coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2019, so the release date isn’t that far off. The official website says it’s a standalone release, but CD Projekt Red are planning to bring the sequel to current-gen consoles, too. We don’t know any more about that just yet, but we do know that it’s set in a huge open-world, which sounds pretty cool. Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Release date: 2019 CD Projekt Red is putting out a standalone version of Cyberpunk 2077, and it’s called Cyberpunk 2077: Redux. It’s being developed by CD Projekt Red and will let players play a lot more of their game at the same time as the main game. The first trailer has debuted with the announcement of the Enhanced Edition, which adds a whole lot of new content like the very-beautiful, very-deep Cyberpunk 2020. Platforms: PC Release date: February 23 The Witcher 3 is coming to PC. We know it’s coming. It’s a Witcher. We know it has to be.