CD Projekt Purple has begun improvement on its subsequent sport following Cyberpunk 2077, in response to CEO Adam Kiciński. Talking in Poland, Kiciński mentioned the workforce is already engaged on its “subsequent single-player sport.” He didn’t specify what, precisely, the brand new undertaking is, however famous that there are two worlds wherein CD Projekt Purple needs to create video games: the Cyberpunk and Witcher universes.
Kiciński was clear on what the sport isn’t, nevertheless. “I already mentioned there can be no [The] Witcher 4,” he mentioned, as reported by Eurogamer. “I clearly mentioned that Witcher was a trilogy. Concurrently, we’ve all the time emphasised that we wish to create Witcher video games and the settlement with [The Witcher creator Andrzej] Sapkowski confirmed our rights.”
In December 2019, CD Projekt Purple signed a brand new licensing settlement with Sapkowski after he had demanded greater than $16 million in unpaid royalties from the developer.
“It’s already working however we don’t wish to decide to it but,” Kiciński mentioned. “We’ll begin engaged on this subsequent sport proper after Cyberpunk 2077.”
Cyberpunk 2077 was initially slated for an April 16 launch date, however CD Projekt Purple delayed the sport till Sept. 17. It’ll be launched on Google Stadia, PlayStation 4, Home windows PC, and Xbox One. On Tuesday, studio head Adam Badowksi mentioned on Twitter that CD Projekt Red had submitted Cyberpunk 2077 to “age score companies all over the world.”
We’ve reached out to CD Projekt Purple for extra info.