Witcher 3 director remains hopeful for more Witcher games0 Comments
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has proven to be a major success, and fans are still singing praises for the game today, nearly a full year after its initial release. It's not just a fan favorite, either; the director of the game, Konrad Tomaszkiewicz of CD Projekt RED, has told Eurogamer that he's very fond of the game's setting, and hopes to continue work on the series.
"Personally I hope that someday in the future we will do something more because I love the setting and I work on The Witcher games around 12 years right now," Tomaszkiewicz said in the interview. "But I don't know what we will decided. The strategy plan they've got they will share with us soon. We'll see."
Tomaszkiewicz also spoke briefly about the latest announced DLC for The Witcher 3, Blood and Wine. When asked if Blood and Wine would be the last expansion for the game, his answer was very direct: "Yes." The question of whether The Witcher 3 would see any more content at all afterward was met with a similarly straightforward answer, albeit in the negative this time, and Tomaszkiewicz stated that Blood and Wine "is the last thing we deliver and we focus on Cyberpunk."
It would be surprising if CD Projekt RED didn't go back to the Witcher series after The Witcher 3, considering how critically acclaimed the game was. Yet, we know the studio is working on other games, with one of their bigger teams handling Cyberpunk 2077, due out perhaps in 2017. For now, there's still no confirmed word of any kind of sequel.
No new content for The Witcher 3 after Blood and Wine comes out, Eurogamer