The lights are on
Developer CD Projekt, the team behind The Witcher and The Witcher 2, have put out a call for talented people to help them start a new RPG project.
Along with a number of new job openings, CD Projekt added a new post to its blog saying, "We’re looking for people who would rather work on an entirely new and different IP." Whatever the project is, it will likely fall into the wheelhouse of, "complex, non-linear and mature RPG games," that the developer has made made a name for itself creating. The posting on the blog also added, "no matter if it’s with guns or swords, we’re just having a good time here," so it may not even be based in a fantasy world, whatever it is.
You can check out our review of the recently released The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition here, as well as an Afterwords interview with CD Projekt about the game.
[via Joystiq, CD Projekt Blog]
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Witcher two was amazing. Really interested in what they're cooking up for us.
Anything with more CD Projeckt Red is always an good thing.
We need more developers like this.
Great! Don't forget about PC players. If its developed for multiplatform, then develop it multiplatform, don't port :P
Awesome news!! Just finished Witcher 2 last night and despite a few small flaws here and there it was a great game. Since playing the game and reading the books I'm definitely developing somewhat of an obsession with Geralt's stories.
Something entirely new may be harder to achieve than they think. However if they put the same work into it as Witcher 2 then they have my attention...
How about an actual Space RPG that blows Mass Effect out of the water in every way! Kind of like what TW2 did with Dragon Age :P
I like the sound of "complex, non-linear and mature RPG games."
Isn't this old? I heard they were working on a "Project RPG" and saw some concept art for it. Either way I am loving the witcher 2 (hope i finish it before Dragon's Dogma) and will definately follow this company to see what else they make.