Important Details About Cyberpunk 2077 Sequel Might Be Revealed?!

CD Projekt RED also mentioned that the next title in the Cyberpunk saga, codenamed Project Orion, is already in the concept development phase.



The sequel to Cyberpunk 2077 will have to wait quite a few years. But we are getting sporadic details about what the title will be like. A few days ago, it was reported that CD Projekt had revealed the status of all its upcoming games. One of these is Project Orion, the sequel to CP 2077. They confirmed that it is still in the concept phase, with nearly 50 employees in a studio in Boston. However, thanks to a job offer, we recently learned details about this address.

As reported by The Gamer, a job advertisement revealed some small details about the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077.

It turns out that CD Projekt RED is looking for a lead cinematic designer, according to the official website. The job description reveals that the game aims to create “a unique fusion of film and game”. True, in this case, this does not refer to the gameplay itself, but to the interactive cutscenes, which aim for a more cinematic tone.

The job advertisement reads: “This role is part of our team working on Project Orion – the follow-up to Cyberpunk 2077 and the next major video game in the Cyberpunk franchise. Our Cinematics Team focuses on crafting highly interactive cinematic sequences using animation libraries and motion capture, creating a unique fusion of film and game.” It looks like CD Projekt RED will continue to focus on dialogue as an essential element of the action RPG. But this time it will be much more cinematic.


More details on the Cyberpunk 2077 sequel


CD Projekt RED announced several things about the development a few months ago. They also said that the sequels to CP 2077 will be similar to The Witcher in terms of graphics and ambition. They also explained that they are considering developing a multiplayer mode, as this is one of the pain points of the original game. It’s clear that they still have a long way to go, as the Polish company is currently focused on the next Witcher game. In the latter’s case, more than 400 developers are ready to start developing in the second half of 2024.

Source: The Gamer, CDPR

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