The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red is currently at work on two all-new role-playing games--a new intellectual property and a project set in a "mature dark-fantasy universe"--according to job listings posted at the Polish developer's website.
As for the new intellectual property, a blog post on the firm's website indicates the new project will be a "vast role-playing game," which will be built from the ground up. The developer presently has nine open positions for this project, including calls for artists, animators, and programmers.
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Concerning the new "mature dark-fantasy world" role-playing game at CD Projekt Red, firm details on this game are similarly thin. There are nine positions for this title currently available, including calls for a quest designer, animator, and cinematic artist.
This project may be a follow-up to 2011's The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, which notched warm review scores and sold over 1.1 million copies on the PC alone. A line from the blog post indicates the title will be set in a universe that the developer has previously worked in, and known for "dwarves, elves, and sorceresses," a description applicable to the Witcher franchise.