Buoyed by the latest success (lastly) of Cyberpunk 2077 after its shaky begin in 2020, CD Projekt Crimson’s metaphorical inventory has as soon as once more risen sharply. After the success of the superb The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the dangerous press that was piled on the Writer and studio within the wake of the disastrous Cyberpunk launch should have weighed heavy on many gamer’s favourite studio.
Quick ahead just some years and Cyberpunk 2077, continually patched, reworked, and now in v2.0 with some nice DLC as well has restored religion within the Polish firm. Now that parity has been restored to the universe, information is popping out that CDPR’s subsequent sport is readying itself for the pipeline in 2024.
Based on a report in Reuters manufacturing on the brand new title – at this stage ‘Polaris’ is hoped to get underway throughout this yr.
Joint CEO Adam Badowski instructed Reuters that, “We’d wish to have round 400 folks engaged on the challenge by the center of the yr.”
‘Polaris’ is a brand new trilogy that expands The Witcher universe, which has additionally been popularized additional with three seasons of a live-action TV present on streaming big Netflix.
Realistically we are able to’t count on to see something of ‘Polaris’, or the much-vaunted Cyberpunk sequel which continues to be solely on the drafting board, most likely till late 2026 on the earliest. In fact, CD Challenge Crimson has offered over 75 million copies of Witcher video games and managed a not unsubstantial 2 million of the Cyberpunk DLC Phantom Liberty on the finish of 2023, so it’s unlikely that the strain to get a sport out is nice.
Persons are nonetheless enjoying The Witcher 3 in the present day, so it’s thrilling to assume that these video games in growth now may nonetheless be part of players’ lives deep into the 2030s.
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