CD Projekt RED: Cyberpunk 2077 Was Just A Warm-Up, The Sequel Is In The Works!

The Polish company (from now on referred to as CDPR) has started a new project for the new year.


Igor Sarzyński, CDPR’s narrative director, announced on Twitter on Monday that he started his first day of work at the company’s new US studio in Boston. He was happy to see old friends to start the project, codenamed Orion. It’s the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077, and he’s pretty excited to be working on it, confident that something special will be created. He thinks Cyberpunk 2077 was just a warm-up…

Cyberpunk 2077 Mission Director Paweł Sasko also took to Twitter to say that he is happy to be back at work and that he has also moved to Boston. The core of the studio has had some conversations about the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077. Sasko loves the team and the dystopian IP. Pictured next to him is Sarah Gruemmer, who as an expert quest designer created Judy’s story in the interior view RPG that was released in late 2020. Sasko was asked if he has anything to do with The Witcher 4 (or whatever the new episode of the franchise will be called). He replied  that Cyberpunk is his primary IP, but he will occasionally help out the team developing the next episode of The Witcher as needed. It’s a pretty experienced team in his opinion, and they’ll do their best to deliver an excellent Vajak product – he certainly has full confidence in them.

Cyberpunk 2077 will be released in late 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It launched on the two previous-generation consoles in such a deplorable state that Sony temporarily removed it from the PlayStation Store and Microsoft from the Microsoft Store, while also refunding sales. A few years later, the PlayStation 5 and Xbox series got the native version, and in the fall, the Phantom Liberty add-on was released for them (not for PS4/X1!).

Source: WCCFTech

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