Are you already forgetting the huge impression Cyberpunk 2077 made at 2018’s E3? Fear not, as developers CD Projekt Red is gearing up for 2019’s E3.
The studio behind the masterful QWitcher saga says the upcoming E3 will be even higher than the previous one. In words ok CD Projekt CEO Adam Kiciński:
“Last year’s E3 has been the most important one so far throughout the whole CD Projekt history. But this year’s is going to be the most important one ever for us. We have really prepared a strong show.”
Kiciński spoke about the game during a company’s internal financial report.
So, if you’re out of context, here’s the original 2018’s E3 reveal trailer:
Cyberpunk 2077 in 2019’s E3
CD Projekt Red assures the long-awaited game will be the biggest thing this year. Cyberpunk 2077 is a steam-punk themed RPG shooter set in an alternate future where technology has become an integral part of human society.
Now that we’re here take a look on the 48-minute gameplay trailer below:
For now, the studio will remain silent, as usual, about their upcoming projects. It means we still don’t know when will Cyberpunk 2077 come out, but it will probably be for next-gen consoles like the PS5.
Kiciński also talked about boosting the studio’s staff with more developers, animators, artists, designers, and more. The video-game company is working on an unannounced RPG.
CD Projekt Red next big RPG
Here’s what the CEO has said:
“[It’s] mainly [the] next production, because the CP team is not going to grow that much anymore. But as a company, we are going to grow indeed. In our industry, creative capacities are in direct proportion to the team sizes because it’s people doing and creating what we are selling. We don’t plan to stop at a certain level.”
Kiciński is not adding any details to it yet, other than the game is coming out in 2021. Cyberpunk, by the looks of it, will also premiere some point in 2021.
We have no clue what this second game is about. The original Polish post announcing the project says it’s a AAA title coming out two years from now.