Is CD Projekt Red already working on a sequel to The Witcher 3? Anyway, the job posting currently refers to this. The team is looking for a boost to the “AAA RPG in the world of The Witcher”.
The Polish studio has already confirmed that CD Projekt Red is developing a new role-playing game The Witcher after Cyberpunk 2077, but so far there are no concrete details about the project. A current job posting on CD Projekt Red Vancouver’s website now provides another indication that the team is working on a potential The Witcher 4 game.
It will take some time for The Witcher 4 to be released
CD Projekt Red announced a while ago that The Witcher 3Only the story of Geralt von Rivia is over, but not the game series in general. The Witcher 4 is therefore quite weighted, even if CD Projekt has so far talked about “a new AAA RPG in the world of The Witcher”.
The CD Projekt Red Vancouver team is looking for a camera programmer with experience developing third-person camera views in said job ad, which by the way is no longer listed on the studio’s official website. Since CD Projekt Red confirmed last year that one of the three CD Projekt Red development studios would begin developing the next Witcher RPG after the release of Cyberpunk 2077, we can assume, based on the job announcement, that the team in Vancouver is in the lead.
CD Projekt Red has not officially commented on this yet. Rumor has it that The Witcher 4 is still in a very early stage of development, so fans shouldn’t expect a release before 2025.
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