The Witcher 4 Teaser Hints at a Fresh RPG Experience

Let me be frank with you: as much as I adore Cyberpunk 2077, my heart will always belong to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

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My fascination with The Witcher 3 knows no bounds, dear reader. It’s almost unhealthy, I’ll admit. I’ve poured approximately 600 hours into the game across five playthroughs on various platforms like PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 5. Whenever I spot it on sale for less than a tenner on a platform where I don’t yet own it, I can’t resist adding it to my collection.

So, while I might feel a twinge of excitement for the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077, it pales in comparison to the fervor I reserve for the sequel to The  3—let’s just call it The  4 until told otherwise, for simplicity’s sake.

Now that CD Projekt has largely concluded major updates for Cyberpunk 2077, the company has confirmed a significant shift in focus towards the next installment in The Witcher saga, tentatively codenamed Polaris. Again, we’ll stick with calling it The Witcher 4.

This announcement came during a recent earnings call, where it was revealed that 400 out of the company’s 600 developers are currently engaged in the “pre-production” phase for The Witcher 4.

While a release window hasn’t been disclosed yet (it’s still early days), this tantalizing tidbit assures us that The Witcher 4 is indeed in the pipeline.

In other news from the earnings call, CD Projekt confirmed that the Cyberpunk 2077 sequel is in the concept stage, with just 47 developers working on it. So, it seems we’ll have to exercise patience for that one. Additionally, the open-world remake of The Witcher is also in the concept stage, so it’s a waiting game all around. Nevertheless, it appears we have plenty to anticipate. One can’t help but wonder if these games will even be released on this current generation of consoles.

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