In what adds up to the most solid affirmation yet that it intends to build up another mainline Witcher game, CD Projekt Red says it’s moving to a “dual franchise model.” The move basically implies the studio intends to create both The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077 spin-offs. The studio’s parent organization, the CD Projekt Capital Group, declared the change in its most recent semi-annual earnings report.
Prior to the arrival of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, studio head Adam Badowski gave clashing accounts concerning whether CD Projekt Red wanted to build up an appropriate sequel. In a long time since The Witcher 3 turned out, the organization has been comparably hesitant about whether fans will get the chance to play Geralt of Rivia in another experience. Presently, be that as it may, it shows up the financial realities of relying upon a solitary enormous discharge to keep up the budgetary wellbeing of the studio have constrained CD Projekt to change tack.
Pushing ahead, the organization says it intends to chip away at both The Witcher and Cyberpunk franchises simultaneously, in order to smoothen out its financials between huge discharges. Main concern: when Cyberpunk 2077 turns out one year from now, fans won’t need to hold up another four to five years to play another game from the studio.
The move bodes well for CD Projekt. Four years after it turned out, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt stays by a wide margin the organization’s most significant wellspring of income. The game has helped the company’s income stay consistent in spite of disillusioning dispatch offers of Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales.
The studio’s most up to date game, Cyberpunk 2077, will dispatch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on April sixteenth, 2020. It’ll likely be an additional couple of years before fans get the chance to come back to the universe of The Witcher in another experience. Up to that point, the magnificent Wild Hunt is advancing toward the Nintendo Switch this fall.