New details emerge in respect of the four titles that CD Projekt RED has plans to develop, thanks to the co-financing of the Polish government.
Cyberpunk 2077 is still a mystery, although some rumor and continuous references made by the members of CD Projekt Red. The studio of The Witcher has released new details on the four projects related to some new titles, which was partly funded by the Polish government.
The most relevant to the potential periods of development and launch, starting from January 2016 to January 2017, and ending in June 2019 (the first quarter of the fiscal year).
Among the most relevant news, we learn that the titles are in development since January 2016 and 2017, and which will be published by June 2019. The Polish company is now looking for partners who can help to develop elements of Seamless Multiplayer, Cinematic Feel, Animation Excellence, and City Creation, that is, the ‘code’ names with which projects are denominated. All four titles will be developed thanks to RedEngine 4, proprietary game engine owned by the software house.
No specific mention is made in respect of Cyberpunk 2077, but we know that the title is in development at the software company for some time now, and it is plausible to think that it can arrive by the date indicated above.
Important, however, to emphasize that CD Projekt has full freedom to delay the launch dates for its titles, if necessary.
CD Projekt Red also has several job positions open for each project. If you are interested in it then you can find all the information about it by clicking here.