CD Projekt RED has published its latest financial report, which confirmed that the next-gen upgrade and the free Cyberpunk 2077 DLCs will be published by 2021, exactly as previously promised by the Polish software house.
However, the documents also illustrate the company’s future plans that go beyond the support that Cyberpunk will continue to receive from now to the next few months. CD Projekt RED says it intends to undertake ” high-budget developments ” in parallel starting in 2022 . The desire to continue working on triple A titles at the same time has therefore been confirmed, and to do so the authors of The Witcher are preparing to expand further.
In fact, CD Projekt said it was interested in acquisitions and mergers to further expand its workforce and enrich the technological resources at its disposal so that the project of developing various high-profile titles may be sustainable for the company. Excluding the creation of the additional content that will be integrated into Cyberpunk 2077 in the coming months, we do not know exactly what the studio will focus on , but it stated a few months ago that it wants to dedicate itself “to the global brands of The Witcher and Cyberpunk, guaranteeing the highest quality. with our products “. Affirmations that would therefore leave the doors open for the arrival of a possible The Witcher 4, much desired by those who appreciated the trilogy dedicated to Geralt of Rivia.
In its report, CD Projekt showed a graph that demonstrates how the general stability of Cyberpunk 2077 has been stabilizing over the weeks thanks to the numerous patches published by the development team.