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CD Projekt Red recruits for a new Open World game



Poland-based game developer CD Projekt Red is reportedly hiring developers to work on a currently undisclosed open-world role-playing game.


Sprawling open-world adventure games have arguably become the hallmark of Red Project CD, a video game developer and publisher based in Poland. The company has made a name for itself with The witcher trilogy, a series of medieval open-world fantasy games inspired by the series of books by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. CD Projekt Red followed a journey into a more modern open world with Cyberpunk 2077, located in futuristic night city.

Cyberpunk 2077, released in December 2020, had a very troubled production. Originally announced as early as May 2012, the game experienced several delays due to factors such as understaffing, renewed emphasis on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt following its unexpected level of success and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The game received mixed reviews, with many criticizing it for displaying a number of groundbreaking bugs, particularly on previous generation consoles such as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. CD Projekt Red has been the target of several lawsuits regarding the number of bugs present in the game.

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While Cyberpunk 2077 would continue to show major issues even after the recent 1.3 update, CD Projekt Red appears to be working on a new project that is supposed to be an open world RPG. A recently published job listing seeks someone with previous experience in open world development to “fill [CD Projekt Red’s] game world with believable and exciting content made up of communities and events that players will encounter. ”

It is unlikely that the project is related to Cyberpunk 2077, because CD Projekt has already posted vacancies openly seeking Cyberpunk-projects and associated improvements. Whatever project is, it is currently shrouded in secrecy. Fans, of course, are hoping the mysterious open-world title could be the highly anticipated The Witcher 4, which could follow Ciri’s journey following the apparent retirement of series protagonist Geralt at the end of Wild hunt. Representatives of CD Projekt RED had previously reported that the title is in the early stages of development, although a release date before 2025 has not been planned.

In the meantime, CD Projekt Red already has many projects on its plate. The two The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077 are in the process of being upgraded for next-gen consoles, including the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Although initially announced for release in 2021, rumors now suggest that these upgrades may be delayed until 2022 or later. A recent statement from CD Projekt’s senior vice president of business development, Michal Nowakowski, said the company wanted to learn from previous experiences and not rush the production of these upgrades in order to stay on schedule. Improvements on Cyberpunk 2077 would continue, because CD Projekt Red hired The witcher and Cyberpunk modders to work on the game following the mixed reception of Update 1.3.

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