Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be Bolstered By New CD Projekt Studio

Oh great, now I have to catch up with Cyberpunk 1 through 2076.

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CD Projekt Red has opened a new studio in its native Poland, to help the workload of development on its upcoming game Cyberpunk 2077. The new studio, called CD Projekt Red Wroclaw, is located in the city of the same name. It joins similar studios in Warsaw and Cracow.

The new studio is 18 members strong. Strange New Things, a studio made up of Dying Light, Hitman, and Call of Juarez vets, will become the core of the Wroclaw studio.

"Aside from their immense technological knowledge and artistic flair, the core team of CD Projekt Red Wroclaw are just great people," said Cyberpunk director Adam Badowski in the announcement. "We put gamers, creative freedom and quality games above making business. These guys not only share this approach, but, much like the rest of the team, think that this attitude is essential to creating epic video games."

This is the latest sign that CD Projekt is preparing Cyberpunk for its big debut. In January the Twitter account, which had laid dormant for years, came back to life with a single beep. The studio also appeared on a list of participating companies for E3 2018, which the studio then acknowledged with a coy tease. All this means we're likely to see and hear more about Cyberpunk this year, but there's been no indication if it will actually release in 2018. Maybe don't get your hopes up.

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