There’s going to be three Cyberpunk 2077 games, not just one – plus multiplayer

CD Projekt has revealed they have two secret Cyberpunk titles underway, one of which is set to be their next big game after 2077.

Developer and publisher CD Projekt seem to have revealed their future game plans in the most unassuming way possible, mentioning them almost in passing to investors.

As you’ll probably know, they’re currently working on Cyberpunk 2077, which has a release date of 16 April next year.

But according to the company’s money men they’re actually working on three different Cyberpunk 2077 projects, including the main game.

The original article is only in Polish but it states (according to Google Translate) that CD Projekt have three separate teams already working on the three different Cyberpunk titles.

That’s in addition to a team working on virtual card game Gwent and what sounds like a third unannounced title unrelated to Cyberpunk.

There’s no clue as to what any of these secret projects are, although it is stated specifically that ‘our next big project will also be in the Cyberpunk universe and we’re already working on it and treating it as a really big and innovative project for us’.

It’s possible that the other Cyberpunk project is either a next gen port to PlayStation 5 and Project Scartlett, or perhaps a smaller scale spin-off similar to Gwent.

The story also mentions one of the teams working on a multiplayer mode for Cyberpunk 2077, which is not something that’s been mentioned before.

It’s also possible that may be one of the three projects, as to be honest the article doesn’t seem very interested in the details – as is often the case with information aimed at a business audience.

What’s more likely to have caught their eye is that pre-orders are already well ahead of The Witcher 3 at the same point in its life, which isn’t surprising given how much attention Cyberpunk 2077 got at E3 from the new demo and the appearance of Keanu Reeves.

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