CD Projekt plans an ambitious saga

Earlier this week, CD Projekt dedicated a specific event to Cyberpunk 2077 to announce the arrival of the new patch 1.6 but also to talk about the Phantom Liberty expansion which will be released on PS5, Xbox Series and PC early next year.

We also learned that the DLC would be the one and only for the franchise. The failure of the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 and the difficulties in correcting the situation thereafter put an end to the hopes of the studio to make it a game-service, and therefore to offer the 17 DLCs mentioned for a time.

Cyberpunk 2077 failure benefits The Witcher

CD Projekt is therefore redirecting its financial and personal resources to its other flagship franchise: The Witcher and thus announces that it wishes to make a brand new saga, even greater than what was achieved with the first 3 episodes.

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The Witcher 4 will thus be the starting point of a whole new story: no Geralt of Rivia on the horizon. CD Projekt wants to differentiate its first trilogy from the saga to come and is already announcing not just a simple title, but a saga strictly speaking. We must therefore expect several games.

Incidentally, Adam Kiciński, CEO of CD Projekt RED shared: “We have much more than one game in mind. The first saga consisted of three parts, so now we imagine much more than one game, it will be the first game of the second saga of The Witcher.”

Clearly, it is therefore no longer the intention of CD Projekt to multiply franchises, but to return to what made the success of the studio: The Witcher.

While waiting for more information on The Witcher 4, players can still dive back into the first trilogy: The Witcher 3 will benefit at the end of the year from an evolutionary update PS5 et Xbox Series for a technical upgrade.

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