CD Projekt made a series of announcements at the presentation about its strategy for the coming years, with many games in development at the company. With details still scarce, the studio revealed that the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077 is already in the works, its codename is “Project Orion” and “will prove the full power and potential of the Cyberpunk universe” when it is released.

Additionally, a few new games from The Witcher universe have been confirmed, codenamed Project Sirius, Project Polaris, and Project Canis Majoris. CD Projekt also announced that they are working on Project Hadar, which will be a new IP.

CD Projekt Announces Cyberpunk 2077 Sequel, New Witcher Games, and New IP

Let’s talk more about what was released this Tuesday (4):

Project Sirius will come to please both veterans and new fans of the Witcher franchise. The game is currently in pre-production, being made by developer The Molasses Flood, with over 60 people involved in the project.

Project Polaris will be a narrative-driven open-world RPG built to honor the legacy of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. There are over 150 people working on it at CD Projekt. He will start a new Witcher trilogy which they aim to deliver in six years, after the release of Polaris.

About Project Canis Majoris, will be an open-world single-player RPG set in The Witcher universe. Development will be handled by a third-party studio led by former Witcher franchise veterans.

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Project Orion is the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077. It will launch after the arrival of the Phantom Liberty expansion and, once again, will be developed by CD Projekt.

Project Hadar it is a new IP that has been in the “incubation process” since 2021 and is currently in the conceptual stage. The game is described as entirely different from The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077, with development being handled entirely by CD Projekt.

In addition to all of that, CD Projekt said it plans to expand its TV and film business following the success of Cyberpunk: Expendables. She also announced that a new studio is being built in the United States and will be called CD Projekt North America.

Lastly, Marcin Iwinski will step down as co-CEO of the company. He will remain a majority shareholder of CD Projekt and, in his new non-executive role, he said he will remain “active and engaged”, dedicating his focus “on supporting the entire Board of Directors”.

CD Projekt Announces Cyberpunk 2077 Sequel, New Witcher Games, and New IP

CD Projekt’s long-term strategy video can be seen below:

Via GameSpot