Witcher 3 brought the series to a whole new level. The series has put CD Projekt Red on the map and flourished in 2015 as one of the best action-adventure titles of all time. That said, everyone certainly wants to know if CD Project Red will continue on with the series. The answer is yes, but not anytime soon.
Recently, CD Project Red CEO Adam Kicinski went on Polish TV stationto talk about the award winning franchise. in the interview, translated by , Kicinski said that he appreciates the fans and believes that a sequel must happen, but also expressed that he wants to give the series and his team time to breathe.
When asked about the future of the Witcher franchise, Kicinski offered the following statement:
"It's too early to talk about it, but it's not like we're forgetting about this brand. It wouldn't be fair towards the fans. We work within this universe for over a dozen years now and I don't think it's going to be the end of it."
Certainly, the Witcher developer has earned some well deserved rest. Witcher 3 has gained a multitude of accolades from all sides of the industry. Our own reviewer gave it a and its DLC, Hearts of Stone netted a We may not get to see Witcher 4 in the forseeable future, but at least CD Projekt Red isn't just basking in its own glory. We have the coming project to look forward to.
We may not get to see Witcher 4 in the forseeable future, but at least CD Projekt Red isn't just basking in its own glory. We have the coming project to look forward to.