CD Projekt has revealed exciting information about the development of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077. Products will go to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S with many improvements – players can count on, among other things, ray tracing.
CD Projekt presented its financial report todayFollowed by a conference for investors and analysts. During the event, very exciting details about upcoming plans were confirmed.
The studio is currently focusing on rebuilding a positive image of Cyberpunk 2077 and the situation is getting better “on every platform”. However, the creators are preparing to premiere next year for the next generation version, which is now available Currently in testing phase..
CD Projekt RED needed more time because The developers want to make sure that the new version appears for the first time “In very, very good condition”. It takes a long time, because the developers improved not only the framework, but also the operation of the systems – the creators took care to improve the main mechanisms, which despite this “They are not revolution.However, these items come with other items which is why it took the band extra months. The authors want to make sure that there will be no “regression” on either side.
The situation is different in the case of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, as it is an older position for which a third-party developer is responsible. However, players can rely, among other things, on ray tracing, However, in this case – most of the update is to introduce new technologies into the old production, so the studio needed more time to implement it correctly.
It’s worth noting that Cyberpunk 2077’s next-generation updates (Q1 – January – March) and The Witcher 3 (Q2 – April – June) are on the “right track” to debut in the dates shown.
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