CD Projekt Red has revealed some interesting stats regarding its two major series' in a recent earnings presentation. The Polish developer has revealed that 2020's Cyberpunk 2077 is now at 18 million copies solid, while the whole Witcher series stands at over 65 million. Impressive numbers.
Having said that, Cyberpunk 2077's numbers are nothing to sniff at either. 18 million copies is a huge amount in as many months on the market, and its relatively solid next-gen version should help the game moving forward.
Beyond that, CDPR also says that "conceptual and research work" has already begun on some "unannounced projects", and small studio The Molasses Flood — whom CDPR acquired last year — is working on a CD Projekt IP. It's all go over at the Polish studio then.
Interestingly, Cyperpunk 2077's future is also touched on, with more support confirmed. However, the presentation only mentions one expansion, leading us to believe that the initial plan of multiple expansions may well have changed.
What do you make of all this CDPR news? Disappointed in potentially-cut CP77 expansions? Let us know in the comments.
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