Multiplayer Will Almost Certainly Be Available In New Witcher And Cyberpunk Games
According to CD Projekt Red's most recent strategy update, forthcoming Witcher and Cyberpunk games may include multiplayer modes and features.
CD Projekt Red has announced a multiplayer strategy for its forthcoming games, which include many new Witcher and Cyberpunk titles. The studio is now working on a new Witcher game trilogy, a sequel to Cyberpunk 2077, and a new intellectual property dubbed Project Hadar. CD Projekt Group has issued strategy update papers revealing many new titles in development as well as the future of CD Projekt Red.
CD Projekt Red confirmed that multiplayer would be included in a number of upcoming titles in order to "enhance the single-player experience." Simultaneously, CD Projekt Red intends to expand the Witcher and Cyberpunk brands with additional releases. If CD Projekt Red's approach includes most of its IPs, these next Witcher and Cyberpunk titles are likely to incorporate multiplayer capabilities.
CD Projekt Red also disclosed that the firm intends to support three long-running properties with additional material for gamers. CD Projekt Red's primary franchises are The Witcher and Cyberpunk, while the third is Project Hadar, a brand-new IP being developed internally at the company.
CD Projekt Red's objective of developing "memorable single-player narrative and multiplayer experiences" is again reiterated. The strategy update presentation connects Johnny Silverhand from Cyberpunk 2077 with CD Projekt Red's effort to produce multiplayer games, implying that Cyberpunk is one of the IPs to receive multiplayer in the future.
CD Projekt Red's multiplayer ambitions will continue to be a source of conjecture for months to come, but it is another indicator of rising interest in the Witcher and Cyberpunk universes. GWENT: The Witcher Card Game, an online PvP card game for PC and mobile, is the company's most recent multiplayer venture. As one of CD Projekt Red's few multiplayer products accessible on the market today, GWENT: The Witcher Card Game continues to get updates, and the expertise acquired from the card game might benefit the creators in the future.