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Which, in terms of market valuation and size, puts it in second place behind Ubisoft. Following the release of The Witcher 3 on the Nintendo Switch, and that franchise's boost in sales thanks to the Netflix series, CD Projekt's market value has now hit a high of $8 billion. Comparatively Ubisoft's is $9.6 billion.

That number of course also includes the hype surrounding the release of CD Projekt RED's Cyberpunk 2077 later this year - which still remains one of the most anticipated releases of this generation. Even after getting delayed from its original April release window.

CD Projekt's valuation is strange in that the company is mostly a developer and publisher of its own internal studios and titles, and then not all that often. In recent years it has been releasing mainly Witcher related games - with The Witcher 3, and spin-offs GWENT and Thronebreaker. In a way the company's rise is not all that dissimilar to what happened with Rockstar.

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