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CD Projekt Red will support The Witcher 3 for two years, then move on to Cyberpunk 277

Now that The Witcher 3 is here you would be forgiven for thinking that CD Projekt Red had already moved on to its next title, Cyberpunk 2077, however it appears that the developer is going all in with The Witcher 3 and will be supporting it for some time to come.

Speaking in an interview with Reuters, CD Projekt CEO Adam Kicinski revealed that the studio will remain committed to further improving The Witcher 3 over the course of the next two years.

“We hope and we are certain that Cyberpunk has even bigger commercial potential. It is too early to talk about it, though. This year, and the next one will be the years of the Witcher”

The Witcher 3 has already had a few title updates and multiple free DLC add-ons since release just last week and the developer is continuing to work to improve the game on all platforms.

Having already sold more than 1.5 million copies before the game had even launched, it seems the developer is on to a winner and with future expansions coming via the season pass, the game is only going to get bigger.

“Sales of the third part will be many times higher than with our earlier games. Preorders indicate this. We broke into the mainstream. It is such a moment in our firm’s history that after some years people will look differently at CD Projekt before and after this release.”

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is available now on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. We highly recommend it.

Edited On 28 May, 2015

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Neil 1 year ago
As much as I love the Witcher 3, does this mean Cyberpunk is about 4 years off considering they won't even start on it for another 2?!
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Turniplord 1 year ago
They will probably be developing it but leave a team supporting witcher. So many games just get forgotten within 6 months of release, tbh though, within 6 months all dlc usually out and all bugs fixed so no support needed.

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