CD Projekt will keep working on AAA projects such as The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077

The Polish studio's CEO, Adam Kicinski, promises that work on two simultaneous projects for both franchises will begin next year.

CD Projekt will keep working on AAA projects such as The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077

Despite the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most divisive releases in recent memory, the CD Projekt game did well commercially, despite some controversy that resulted in undisclosed refund or withdrawal rules on several digital platforms. A very different position is that of The Witcher, which, following a fantastic third game and a second season of its Netflix series, is enjoying a surge in popularity. Both are the Polish studio's flagship properties, and as such, they fit neatly into its future plans, which include big-budget projects based on both.

Both of these IPs have a bright future ahead of them.

In an interview, CD Projekt CEO Adam Kicinski stated, "We are now focused on our two major brands." "Both have a lot of promise, thus one of our strategic goals this year is to start working on AAA projects for both IPs at the same time."

Kicinski has already remarked that he hopes Cyberpunk 2077 will be regarded as a fantastic game in the future. It has all of the essential potential, but the Poles still have work to do to address problems, as well as launch the planned expansions - which will have an extension comparable to The Witcher 3 - and its version for new consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series, which has been postponed until 2022.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's new-gen release was also postponed, despite the fact that the game had a second life in terms of commercial success because to the popularity bump provided by the aforementioned television series. However, CD Projekt just completed the acquisition of The Molasses Flood, the makers of The Flame in the Flood, to work on one of the two IPs, a project that has yet to be unveiled.

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