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During a conference call with CD Projekt RED's top brass, president Adam Kicinski and vice-president Piotr Nielubowicz revealed that the ever-growing independent developer has a total of three projects on the burner set within the universe of Cyberpunk 2077, as well as an as yet unannounced title and continued investment in GWENT: The Witcher Card Game.

DSOG reported the comments, which has Kicinski stating that CD Projekt RED is "working on three Cyberpunk things – over the main game and over two more". Kicinski also revealed that each project is split over three different teams, which is consistent with the studio's recent governmental funding success and subsequent head count growth. VP, Nielubowicz also added that one of the three Cyberpunk games was a "big and innovative project", outside of the game we've been shown so far.

It's interesting to know that this is a triple-down on the new IP, and also good to know GWENT remains to be supported. However, all eyes and ears are now on what the mystery "unannounced" project will be, which is very much not set in The Witcher universe.

Whatever could it be?



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