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Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition Available on PlayStation Now Streaming Service

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Witcher 3 has arrived to Sony’s streaming service, PlayStation Now, bringing Geralt’s latest adventure to the streaming internets. Here are the details.

If you’re subscribed to PlayStation Now, you can now play Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition on the streaming service. Because this is the Game of the Year Edition, this means you have all the DLC and expansions include Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine. If you’re subscribed to PlayStation Now, you’ll be able to stream Witcher 3 using the dedicated app on PS4 and PS5. Alternatively, you can stream it using the PlayStation Now app.

You can check out the 2016 trailer below to relive some nostalgia:

In some tangential news, Witcher 3 makers, CD Projekt SA, made another game which released last year. That game, of course, is Cyberpunk 2077. CDPR reported lower net profits than expected in a recent financial summary, primarily citing the continuing work on Cyberpunk 2077,

"Lower than usual net profitability is mainly due to continuing depreciation of Cyberpunk 2077 development expenditures, work on updating the game, and R&D activities related to future projects. These expenses are recognized as current-period costs and are not subject to capitalization."

This was all against the backdrop of the game’s botched launch and Sony pulling the title from their digital shelves. When asked about when Cyberpunk 2077 would return, CEO Adam Kicinski noted it was up to Sony,

“Unfortunately, I have no new information in this regard. We are still in discussions and with every patch the game gets better and there is a visible progress, but as we said the decision is an exclusive decision of Sony, so we are waiting for the information about the fact that they took the decision to bring back this game. Until then I am not able to tell you anything more.”


Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.