‘Witcher 3’ expected to have long-term support after launch

 ‘Witcher 3’ expected to have long-term support after launch

2014 will see the conclusion of CD Projekt RED’s phenomenal RPG trilogy with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. However, that will not be the true end for the series, as the developer will continue to add content into the title–possibly for the following two years.

Thrums e Witcher fobreak down CD Projekt RED’s ambitious plan which will include integrating brand-new mechanics to the game. On a side note, the developer will also be keeping busy with two smaller-scale titles over the course of that time (not counting Cyberpunk 2077), a mobile game based on one of the developer’s titles, a US branch focused on PR for the company, AND licensing for REDengine. Someone is keeping busy!

Here’s a brief breakdown of CDPR’s battle plan:


  • open REDkit beta and further support modding community
  • premiere of first non-computer game set in Witcher world
  • launch local branch of CD Projekt RED in US, focused on marketing and PR for both Americas, especially the US


  • launch The Witcher 3 for at least three strong platforms including PC and PS4
  • launch Cyperpunk 2077
  • two smaller (about 20 hours of gameplay) but top-quality games supporting one of the product lines
  • a cross-platform mobile game based on one of CDPR’s brands
  • start of license sales for REDengine
  • long term Witcher 3 support involving completely new mechanisms
  • launch of the full version of the REDkit and further modding community support
  • launch of further local CDPR branches in key territories


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