Netflix's The Witcher series is already getting a second season

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Netflix's The Witcher series is already getting a second season

We've not even been graced with Season One of Netflix's live-action take on Andrzej Sapkowski's Witcher novels yet, but already the series has been renewed for a second season.

The news comes directly from showrunner Lauren Hissrich, who revealed on Twitter earlier today that "Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri will be back for more adventures... in Season Two."

"I could not be more proud of what the amazing cast and crew of The Witcher have accomplished," Hissrich continued, "and can't wait for the world to dig in and enjoy these stories with us."

The Culmination Of A Dream In The Indie Scene

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The Culmination Of A Dream In The Indie Scene

For Red Blue Games co-founders Edward and Lucas Rowe, developing games has always been intertwined with their indescribable bond as twin brothers. 

“We’d make Paper Mario levels on spools of paper,” Lucas recalls with a smile. 

“We would take those spools of paper and get on either end of it and draw until you met in the middle and you have a world,” Edward adds. “We would do battles with stick figures where we’d each draw a picture and you’d fill it in one at a time and sort of fight each other by adding to the drawing.”

Diablo 4 director on itemization: 'Getting this right is at the top of our minds'

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Diablo 4 director on itemization: 'Getting this right is at the top of our minds'

A post-BlizzCon update from Diablo 4 game director Luis Barriga recaps what was undoubtedly a better experience for the studio than last year's show, saying that the team was "floored by the overall reception—especially from long-time Diablo players." He also reassured fans that Blizzard is paying close attention to conversations in the community, and that it's aware of one topic in particular that's "burning hotter than the rest."

Rockstar apologises for Red Dead Redemption 2's wobbly PC launch, more fixes out today

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Rockstar apologises for Red Dead Redemption 2's wobbly PC launch, more fixes out today

Rockstar has apologised for Red Dead Redemption 2's wobbly launch on PC last week, and is releasing a new update featuring a range of fixes today. It's also giving PC players a free Red Dead Online poncho too "as a show of gratitude".

Red Dead Redemption 2 finally arrived on PC last week, but what should have been a time to toss Stetsons skyward in celebration proved to be less than stellar for many. Initial problems preventing players from opening Rockstar's launcher - let alone the game itself - were quickly addressed, but reports of performance issues have continued to dog the game.

Now, in a statement posted to its website, Rockstar, has addressed the issues Red Dead Redemption 2 owners have been experiencing on PC since launch day.