CD Projekt Red Not Revealing Details About Cyberpunk 2077 In 2017

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CD Projekt RED has announced that The Witcher series has surpassed 25 million copies sold since it first launched in 2007, with cumulative revenue from sales of The Witcher 3 and its expansions alone topping 1 billion Polish Zloty (PLN, equivalent to £204 million) in the past year and a half. "So, we'll think about [making another Witcher game]". You can imagine that CD Projekt Red is now looking to the horizon. Unlike what betas are usually supposed to do, the developers state that the goal of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game's open beta is simply to test the servers. It is reported that there are more than 300 developers working on the game. The expansions of Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine have improved the game's performance in the market.

CD Projekt is well known for its Witcher Series. Microtransactions are going to be disabled for the short test. "This enables computer-generated characters to act in a smooth, realistic fashion, replicating the original actor's personal "style".

The company reiterated that Cyberpunk 2077 is not close to release. Hence, CD Projekt RED has earned our patience. Regardless, you can play for this weekend as long as you want, and see how well the game performs for you before it makes its final release. So the ambitions are very voracious.

However, he goes on to say that "we like this world a lot, we invested 15 years of our lives in it and a lot of money".


Unfortunately, and while Cyberpunk 2077 is in advanced development stage, the team won't share anything about it in 2017.

Kiciński added, "The work is ongoing, and it's very intense". Some fans believe that CDPR might bring us back in time where Witcher was more common and have us follow a new character that is just training to become a Witcher. This year belongs to Gwent. "This year we will be communicating Gwent".

It's not a confirmation by any means but at least it shows that perhaps this series will be revisited in the future.

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