Sorry to remind everyone, but it's been well over 10 years since CD Projekt RED released its first-ever teaser for Cyberpunk 2077. Yep, it really has been that long since the Polish developer started talking about its sci-fi RPG, and as part of a recent financial report, the team has revealed that development is officially over on CP77.

The earnings report, posted online, contains a chart showcasing exactly what its 600+ strong team is working on these days. Back in February, CDPR still had a slim team of 17 people working on Cyberpunk 2077, but that has since shrunk to zero as the developer fully moves on to other projects.

As you can see in the social media post up above, the bulk of the team is now working on 'Polaris' - the codename for the next mainline Witcher title. Elsewhere, we have small pockets of CDPR devs working on a Witcher spin-off, a new IP, and the eventual follow-up to Cyberpunk 2077.

It's been a long old road for this famous RPG, then. The decade-long saga ends on a high though in the form of Phantom Liberty, despite the game's rocky 2020 launch, which is always good to see. As for what's next with this series, it looks like it'll be some time before the bulk of CD Projekt RED is working on the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077!

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