Polygamia’s founder, Piotr Gnyp, has shared some interesting new information about CD Projekt RED’s plans for Cyberpunk 2077, its unannounced fantasy RPG game and the Witcher franchise. According to Piotr, Cyberpunk 2077 is still in an early stage and CD Projekt RED’s unannounced RPG fantasy game is in more advanced stages.
Piotr suggested that both this unannounced fantasy RPG game and Cyberpunk 2077 are planned for a 2014 release. Both of these games are larger than The Witcher, and both will be multiplaform titles.
In 2013, CDPR will focus on smaller stuff. Our guess is that the polish video-game studio will focus on an expansion for The Witcher 2, and continue the development of both Cyberpunk 2077 and its unannounced fantasy RPG. Perhaps the company might unveil what this unannounced title is in 2013.
Piotr has also said that The Witcher might come on iOS devices. According to Piotr, CDPR stated that it is too early to say anything, but it’s not an impossible task.
Unfortunately for PS3 owners, it appears that The Witcher 2 will not come on Sony’s home console. CDPR wants to bring the Witcher franchise on Sony’s platform, but not on PS3. This obviously means that both Cyberpunk 2077 and the unannounced fantasy RPG are next-generation titles, planned for X720 and PS4, something that was confirmed by Piotr.
Piotr Gnyp is founder of the polish blog Polygamia.pl, a website that has shared in the past a lot of information about CD Projekt RED and its future plans. The aforementioned information comes from an interview of Piotr with CD Projekt RED’s Adam Kicinski.
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