Yesterday, CD Projekt RED held its Investor’s Day 2011 event and revealed that they will be releasing five new games until 2015. Going into more detail, the Witcher developer will release two triple-A games in 2014 and 2015, while a mid-budget and two low-budget titles will be released in 2012-2013. The company will also release the X360 version of The Witcher 2 in Q1 of 2012.
Given the fact that five new games will be released in the following years, we can assume that some of them will be some brand new IPs, while one of them will obviously be an expansion to The Witcher 2. After all, CD Projekt RED has stated that their titles have a 3-5 year development cycle.
Last but not least, the RED Engine and dev tools will be constantly updated.
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