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The Witcher 4 surprise teaser just kicked my hype into overdrive

Ewan Moore

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The Witcher 4 surprise teaser just kicked my hype into overdrive

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I'm going to level with you, as much as I love Cyberpunk 2077, I will always gravitate to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

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I am obsessed with The Witcher 3, reader. Like, to an unhealthy degree. I have put something like 600 hours into the game across five playthroughs on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 5. Every single time I see it on sale for less than a tenner on a platform I don't own the game, I buy it.

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So, as excited as I might be for the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077, it's nothing compared to the hype I reserve for the sequel to The Witcher 3 which, for the sake of ease, we will continue to call The Witcher 4 until explicitly told otherwise.

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Now that CD Projekt has more or less moved on from releasing major updates for Cyberpunk 2077, the publisher has confirmed it's officially shifting focus and putting most of its resources into the next game in The Witcher saga, which is currently codenamed Polaris. Again, we will continue to call it The Witcher 4.

The announcement was made during a recent earning call, in which it confirmed that 400 of the company's 600 developer-strong team are currently involved in "pre-production" on The Witcher 4.

While there's no word on a release window yet (it's incredibly early days, after all), this is an exciting little teaser to let us know The Witcher 4 is well and truly on the way.

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Elsewhere in the earnings call CD Projekt confirmed the Cyberpunk 2077 sequel is in the concept stage and has just 47 developers working on it, so we'll be waiting a while for that one. The open-world remake The Witcher is also in the concept stage, so sit tight. All in all, it looks like we've plenty to look forward to. I just wonder if these games are even going to release on this generation of console.

Topics: The Witcher 3, The Witcher, CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077

Ewan Moore
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