game news CD Projekt: Big ambitions for Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher in the coming months!
After two somewhat complicated years, CD Projekt has decided to start 2022 with a bang! Between the upcoming additions and the announcement of a next installment in The Witcher universe, the Polish studio seems to have a small handful of projects on fire. On the occasion of the closing of the previous fiscal year, CD Projekt spoke of figures, of course, but also of its ambitions for the year 2022 and the following year!
- The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077, the two heavyweights of CD Projekt
- 2023, 2024… The future of CDProjekt is getting clearer
The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077, the two heavyweights of CD Projekt
It was suspicious, and probably not surprising, but CD Projekt is not going to deprive itself of its two hens with golden eggs that are The Wizard Y cyberpunk 2077. Taking stock of last year, the top executives of the polish studio took the opportunity to share some figures on these two flagship licenses, and they are more than eloquent about the popularity of the two franchisesin particular the one adapted from the literary work of Andrzej Sapkowski.
With millions of copies distributed across the globe, The Wizard Y cyberpunk 2077 do the good days of the company and should continue in this direction for years to come. In addition to this rain of exorbitant figures, and some economic data, CD Projekt took the opportunity to discuss the various projects that will make up the year 2022 and that will surely see the light of day in 2023 or even beyond.
2023, 2024… The future of CDProjekt is getting clearer
In a tweet published on the social network, and after the announcement of the franchise’s sales figures The Wizard Y cyberpunk 2077the Polish study has revealed eight different missions that will mark the year 2022. As for The WizardSeveral things are planned: developing a new game under Unreal Engine 5, the preparation of the PS5 and Xbox Series versions of The Witcher 3 as well as the release of a Gwent spin-offthe famous card game of the wizard universe, and a continuation of the game dedicated to Gwent and augmented reality, The Witcher: Monster Slayer.
Don’t worry, CD Projekt doesn’t give up cyberpunk 2077 Nevertheless. Rather, the teams have several ambitions for their latest creation: continue their efforts in monitoring the game, but also to produce an extension, something that players look forward to. CD Projekt presents quite a few today, of course, but the study does not forget to anticipate some surprises. among those, a yet unannounced project developed by Molasses Flood, a recently acquired studio by the Polish company, as well as the establishment of a process of conceptualization and research of projects that are still unknown: the year promises to be busy!
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