CD Projekt RED will support The Witcher 3 for at least two years following its launch, according to a document released by the studio.
The studio has outlined its long term plans in a document posted to its official website and translated by a Witcher forum member. It also reveals that the studio intends to start selling licenses for its REDengine, and will release two "smaller" series tie-ins for either The Witcher or Cyberpunk 2077.
Meanwhile, a US branch of CD Projekt Red "focused on marketing and PR for both Americas" is scheduled to launch in 2013.
The document also reveals that "two smaller but top-quality games supporting one of the product lines" will launch between 2014 and 2016, with that title featuring "about 20 hours of gameplay". A cross-platform mobile game will also release for one of the studio's brands.
The full list:
- open REDkit beta and further support of the modding community
- premiere of the first non-computer game set in the Witcher world
- launch of a local branch of CD Projekt RED in the United States, focused on marketing and PR for both Americas, especially the US.
- launch of The Witcher 3 for at least three strong platforms including PC and PS4
- launch of Cyberpunk 2077
- two smaller (about 20 hours of gameplay) but top-quality games supporting one of the product lines
- a cross-platform mobile game based on one of CDPR's brands
- start of license sales for REDengine
- long-term Witcher 3 support involving completely new mechanisms
- launch of the full version of the REDkit and further modding community support
- launch of further local CDPR branches in key territories
The Witcher 3 was confirmed last month, and will release for PC and PS4 in 2014.