CD Projekt RED president and CEO Adam Kicinski confirmed during a meeting with the media that following the completion of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt RED will begin work on the next entry in the Witcher universe.
According to Kicinski, it has already “created a relatively clear concept” for its next single-player Witcher game, which will not be called The Witcher 4. While a small team is making preparations for the title, its two larger teams are working on the network mode and other additions to Cyberpunk 2077. Further development on The Witcher title will begin “immediately” after work on Cyberpunk 2077 comes to a close.
Kicinski added that with The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077, it now has two major IPs in which it wants to create games, so all titles planned for the future will either be The Witcher or Cyberpunk.
No platform has been announced as of yet, but given that The Witcher 3 managed to be ported to the Switch, the next title in the series coming out on the platform is not entirely out of the question.