In a new interview with Polish publication Stooq (via Google Translate
), CD Projekt president Adam Kiciński notes that as work wraps up on Cyberpunk 2077
- the studio is already on the next big thing.
"We have already been working on another single player game," Adam says. "We have created a relatively clear concept that is waiting for further development. And this is already beginning to happen, although we do not want to spend time on it." Which is in reference to what happens next once Cyberpunk hits retail shelves. As per the interview a large chunk of the team will move onto Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer whilst another large team focuses on support and new single-player expansions.
And this is where a smaller team will start working on the next big single-player title, which as per above the team has already decided upon a concept. For those that are wanting to hear the magic words The Witcher 4
, there's a chance this might be that with Adam noting, "We have two worlds and within these worlds we want to create games - therefore all the games planned so far are either Witcher or Cyberpunk".
Perhaps most interesting is confirmation the CD Projekt Red is planning to grow into a studio that can develop two large-scale games at the same time - as opposed to going from one project to the next.