"It most probably will be," he said. "But we can't confirm or deny because it's too early for that."
The game is currently confirmed only for PC.
Elsewhere in the interview, Jaki said development on Cyberpunk 2077 is progressing positively, going on to say that the game will be "mind-blowing."
"It is going really, really well and the team is growing and the development... well, I don't want to brag or anything, but really the stuff they've come up with is mind-blowing," Jaki said.
Jaki also confirmed how resources at CD Projekt Red are currently divided. He said the studio employs 210 people across three sectors. The "red" team is dedicated to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and is made up of more than 100 people; the "black" team is smaller and is working on Cyberpunk 2077; finally, a third team is working on CD Projekt Red's engine that is being used for both games.
CD Projekt Red recently expanded its presence in Poland, opening a 20-person studio in Krakow that will support development for The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 and work on a "smaller" game.