CD Projekt Red may a single day make multiplayer-centric games of Cyberpunk 2077 or The Witcher. Or that is the hope of John Mamais, head of the studio’s Krakow workplace, at least.
Speaking to Gamespot, when asked about multiplayer in Cyberpunk 2077, Mamais responded that a complete multiplayer game set in the universe is a possibility. The studio is now practically large sufficient to function on additional than a single triple-A project at a time, and they hope to take benefit of that as quickly as achievable. What these new projects are all depends on how Cyberpunk 2077 sells, and how the corporation are feeling about what’s subsequent on the horizon.
“It’s not for me to say what they’ll be. I can inform you what I hope they’ll be. I like Cyberpunk, I’d like to retain generating Cyberpunk games,” Manais stated. “I also like The Witcher, I’d like to retain generating Witcher-sort games. It could be something. Some new IP or some licensed IP. Who knows? It is not decided but.”
CD Projekt Red had previously announced that multiplayer would ultimately come to Cyberpunk 2077, just when all the single-player DLC has been completed. To make clear the commitment, the corporation tweeted out the news with job openings for employees to assistance create out the non-single-player side.
Barring the stand-alone release of Gwent, CD Projekt has but to create a complete-fledged multiplayer game. Effectively-tenured at robust single-player experiences, it would be intriguing to see what the studio could do with the format. The audience is definitely there to attempt it.
No doubt there’ll be a lot to retain every person busy in the meantime when Cyberpunk 2077 releases April 2020.