The games, described as small but reportedly about 20 hours long, will be released within the next three years, and will include a cross’platform game on mobile platforms based on one of its IPs.
The U.S. office will also be established to offer a “local representation of CD Projekt RED” in the Americas, and by 2016 will hopefully be licensing the REDengine to third-party developers.
The Witcher 3 was also desribed as seeing a simultaneous release in 2014 to at least three “strong” platforms, including the PS4 and PC, and what must be the next Xbox. CPR also confirms “long-term support” of the game, presuambly DLC.
As I reported on before, CPR is hoping to make The Witcher 3 even better than Skyrim, with over 100 hours of estimated playtime, and a world 20% bigger. They’re also considering multiplayer, which is being implemented into Cyberpunk 2077.