Don’t expect The Witcher IV just yet though
CD Projekt Red, studio behind cyberpunk 2077 And The Witcher IIIhas called on designers to work on an unspecified open-world project.
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The job listing appeared on the sports industry employment site GameJobs.co Last week (September 17), and is seeking an “Open World Designer (Junior/Specialist)” for a role based in the Krakow offices of a Polish developer.
While the listing doesn’t reveal any information about what the game actually is, the developer is “seeking candidates with limitless creativity to fill our game world with believable and exciting content that will feature communities and events.” “
Despite initial claims that The Witcher III would be the final main game in the series, later statements massaged to clarify this wild hunting was the end of a trilogy, and that didn’t necessarily mean “NS The Witcher IV“The developer won’t leave that world completely behind.
In March 2020, Adam Kisinski, president of CD Projekt Red, revealed eurogamer pl that’s a new The Witcher The project will start after the release of cyberpunk 2077. This job listing could potentially be the company gearing up for it.
Equally, listing can only strengthen the team. cyberpunk 2077 on one’s own. The company recently hired modders to work on the game, with the makers of the popular Wolvenkit modding tool joining the game’s core staff to work on “various projects related to the Cyberpunk 2077 backend and modding support for the game”. went.
The company has also seen some departures recently, with longtime search director Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz leaving CD Projekt RED to join Riot Games. League of Legends MMO.
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