The series kicked off in Blood of Elves and then continued with 7 more books, though some of them take place in the past before Blood of Elves. If you want the earliest story, you’ll need to check out The Last Wish, though the series will also draw a bit from the hit games as well, including The Witcher: Wild Hunt, which revolved around Ciri, someone Geralt trained and became like a daughter to him.
With Cyberpunk 2077 quickly becoming one of this generation’s most anticipated games, developer CD Projekt Red has been bombarded with questions about the game’s release date.
CD Projekt Red CEO Adam Kiciński seems excited to show off what the studio has planned for E3. In ablog post, Kiciński said, “We will be taking part in the upcoming edition of E3, which is shaping up to be the most important fair in CD Projekt’s history. We want to be even more prominent in Los Angeles than we were last year.”
Ahead of the release of Cyberpunk 2077,CD Projekt Red opened an online retail store. The shop sells merchandise themed after the developer’s latest titles, such asThe Witcher III: Wild Hunt,Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, andThronebreaker: The Witcher Tales. Cyberpunk 2077 items are live on the store as well.
Last E3, Microsoft announcedHalo Infinite, the next installment in the popularXboxandPCfranchise. Today, during Microsoft’s E3 2019 presser, Microsoft and 343 Industries returned with theXbox Oneand PC game, and this time had a lot more to show and say about it. For example, it revealed it’s releasing fall 2020 on Xbox One, PC, and Project Scarlett (the next Xbox). It also provided a meaty look at the game via a new trailer, which you check out above.
Halo Infiniteis the third chapter in the Reclaimer Saga, and follows the events ofHalo 5: Guardians. That said, while it’s a follow-up toHalo 5, as you can see, it doesn’t have the number six anywhere in its title. And that’s because 343 Industries considers it a “spiritual reboot.”
A sci-fi thriller about a teenage girl (Clara Rugaard), who is the first of a new generation of humans to be raised by Mother (Rose Byrne), a robot designed to repopulate the earth after the extinction of humankind. But the pair’s unique relationship is threatened when an injured stranger (Hilary Swank) arrives with news that calls into question everything Daughter has been told about the outside world and her Mother’s intentions.
The film strikes a cautionary note about the dangers of automation. It is set in a dystopic future, one in which humanity has largely been wiped out. In this setting, a teenage girl (Clara Rugaard) is raised to be the first of a new generation of humans. She is created by “Mother” (Rose Byrne), a robot designed to repopulate Earth, and brought up in a bunker. The bond between robot and “daughter” is strained with the arrival of a badly injured stranger (Swank), a woman who is deeply distrustful of “Mother” for reasons that soon become clear. “I Am Mother” marks the feature film directing debut of Grant Sputore. He cooked up the story with Michael Lloyd Green, who wrote the script