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CD Projekt Red Will Start Working on a New “Witcher” Game

Have you had fun playing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? Assuming the game has caught up to its first planned popularity, the developing studio is ready to set on a new Witcher journey. This, however, won’t be connected to any of the previous Witcher series.

A sort of entirely new narrative that will be in the same world, unlikely a sequel to the Witcher 3. However, to get to this point, CD Projekt Red will first need to publish Cyberpunk 2077, which is probably the most anticipated game for 2020. First scheduled to release earlier, then postponed for the summer for further polishing.

The news has arrived from Eurogamer.pl, in which the president of the CD Projekt Red group Adam Kiciński claims that the new title the studio will be working on after the release of Cyberpunk 2077 will be embedded in the Witcher universe.

We have already been working on another single-player game, we have created a relatively clear concept that is waiting for further development. And this is already happening, although we do not want to spend time at the moment.

Immediately after the completion of work on Cyberpunk 2077, work on the next title will start from a hoof – he adds. The new project is embedded in the Witcher universe, which is in line with the earlier assurances of CD Project.

(Translated from Polish to English with google translate.)

Having already created two different worlds, the company is seeking for a possible expansion of multiple titles; all worked around them. Simply said, each consecutive game by CD Projekt Red to be either a Witcher or another Cyberpunk series.

Are you excited about another Witcher game? Tell us in the comments below!

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David Goodwin

Continuing where I left before feels refreshing. Addicted to the gaming industry, best I do is working on looter-shooters but also express my opinion on a variety of BR video games. Future Game Releases is my new home and I hope it will stay that way.

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