One of The Witcher’s ‘spin-off’, Project Sirius, would undergo a reboot
CD Projekt RED revealed its medium and long-term plans a few months ago. We will have a sequel to cyberpunk 2077 and a handful of games in the universe of The Witcherthat go from The Witcher 4 to a remake of the first game. There is another title held by The Molasses Flood, the studio acquired by the Polish studio, but It will be going through a reboot.
This spin-off is known for Project Sirius and the company has announced its intention to cancel funds allocated to the project; in statements to Eurogamera spokesman confirms that the publisher seeks to “alienate [Project Sirius] with the strategy of CD Projekt Group”, and reassess the ambition and commercial potential of the original concept. The statements sound like a reboot but we don’t know to what extent and if The Molasses Flood will still be in charge of the game.
CD Projekt acquired the Boston studio in October 2021 to work on this game. The developer was founded in 2014 and is famous for roguelike of survival The Flame in the Flood from 2016; in 2020 they launched Drake Hollow.
Project Hadar is the new original license of CD Projekt RED
The company will not dedicate itself exclusively to the two licenses, The Witcher and cyberpunk. They have also revealed that since 2021 are working on a new original saga with the name Project Hadar which is still in the concept phase, so it will still take many years to see something tangible about the project.
Project Orionsequel to cyberpunk 2077will be created in the United States, while The Witcher 4 it has been confirmed that making the leap to Unreal Engine 5 to avoid the problems that I suffered cyberpunk 2077: “Players can go in any direction they want, they can handle content in any order they want, in theory. To really encapsulate that, you need a really stable environment where you can be able to make changes with a high level of confidence.” that it’s not going to break in 1600 places later.”