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CDPR talks about Cyberpunk 2077 and announces new AAA RPG

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Yesterday CD Projekt Red had their 2015 financial briefing with investors. A lot of exciting news surfaced, with the most notable being that CD Projekt Red will release two new games over the next five years. We know one of the games will be Cyberpunk 2077, but what about the other one? The only bit of information CDPR expanded on was that it will be a role-playing game. CDPR President, Adam Kiciński, also hinted that they're working on a completely new type of video game format for the studio.

Here's a summary of the news from the earnings call:

  • The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine expansion to release later this year
  • Continued promotional activities to support The Witcher 3 (could be talking about The Witcher film.)
  • A new type of video game format that CDPR hasn't yet explored - to release in 2016
  • CDPR is working on things "that nobody has ever done before."

Some Cyberpunk 2077 news:

  • Cyberpunk 2077 is CDPR's biggest and most ambitious project yet.
  • It is a huge game, with a magnitude "much greater" than the Witcher
  • Cyberpunk 2077 has to be "even better, even bigger, even more revolutionary than originally intended
  • To cope with the workload, CDPR is doubling their workforce for Cyberpunk 2077
  • No definite release date yet - it can be anything between 2017 to 2021

What's your guess as to the announced AAA game and "new game format"? My guess is Witcher 4 (without Geralt of course) and a virtual reality game.

Source: The Know

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