CD Projekt RED, the studio behind Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher III, called for designers to work on an unspecified open world project.
The job posting appeared on the gaming industry job board GameJobs.co last week (September 17), and hired an “Open World Designer (Junior / Specialist)” for a position based in the Polish developer’s office in Krakow.
While there is no information to be gleaned as to what exactly the game is in the list, the developer is looking for applicants with “limitless creativity to fill our game world with believable and exciting content comprised of communities. and events that the player will encounter “.
Despite early claims that The Witcher III would be the last main game in the series, subsequent statements have massaged it to clarify that Wild hunt was the end of a trilogy, and that while there wouldn’t necessarily be a “The Witcher IV“, the developer would not completely leave this world behind.
In March 2020, CD Projekt RED President Adam KiciÅski said Eurogamer PL that a new one Witcher the project would start after the release of Cyberpunk 2077. This job posting could potentially be the company getting ready for it.
Likewise, the roster might just strengthen the team for Cyberpunk 2077 himself. The company recently hired modders to work on the game, with the creators of the popular modding tool Wolvenkit joining the game’s core team to work on “various projects related to Cyberpunk 2077 backend and modding support for the game.”
The company has also seen a few departures recently, with longtime quest director Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz leaving CD Projekt RED to join the upcoming Riot Games. League of Legends MMO.
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