CD Projekt Red's financial results and strategy

#53
All I want them is to officially announce Cyberpunk 2077 and give us an ingame screenshot or teaser trailer.

The announcement/trailer back in 2012 was just really to advertise for people to help them create the game. This time I mean they announce what year they aim to release it and what platforms.
 
#55
By "format" I think he means game type (for example, an f2p digital game like an f2p version of Gwent) versus a console platform.
I thought I heard something about unreleased platforms or something along those lines? And then said even if he knew he couldn't comment, NDAs etc.
 
#64
You do know that artwork isn't new, right? It's been out for years and on their website. check out http://cyberpunk.net/
Had never seen the second artwork before but thanks for the link.

Isn't that probably coming out next month? Why would revealing Cypberpunk a couple of months after that impact sales of Blood and Wine?
I thought Blood and Wine would be more summer time, just around E3.
If it really is next month then sure Cyberpunk could be revealed in 3 months.

Bruuh you're killing us lol
 
#66
Someone asked a question about them going into debt to help out the buyback (I don't understand).

His answer basically said that banks don't necessarily understand the needs of game development and if they're three months out of a premiere and something goes wrong then that'd be bad etc.

Probably overthinking.
 
#67
I wish them the best. From a consumer / gamer perspective they are everything I can ask for (in the current video games industry context anyway). That's why I have begun to move from Steam to GOG when possible. It is time to put my money where my mouth is.
 
#70
I don't know about you guys, but I'd for them to explore a third person action adventure genre..Get some known folks down who have worked on such games, such as esteemed combat developers, and develop a hard-hitting action game. We don't get a whole lot anymore.
 
#74
So glad they are doing good. And also fantastic for Cyberpunk which it seems they can really make their vision come to life. Instead of scaling down for budget reasons.

I think Cyberpunk could have potential of becoming a new franchise because of it.
 

Blade30

Unconfirmed Member
#79
I'm hoping Cyberpunk doesn't slip beyond 2017. And that it will push whatever hardware I have that year to its limits.
No way the game will come out next year, we haven't even seen a single screenshot or trailer of how the game will look like, especially when you consider that Witcher 3 was delayed 2-3 times.
 
#81
No way the game will come out next year, we haven't even seen a single screenshot or trailer of how the game will look like.
"I like the way Bethesda announced Fallout 4. We may want to try something similar with the Cyberpunk 2077." - Marcin Iwinski at E3 2015.
 

Blade30

Unconfirmed Member
#87
"I like the way Bethesda announced Fallout 4. We may want to try something similar with the Cyberpunk 2077." - Marcin Iwinski at E3 2015.
That still doesn't mean we will get it next year, witcher 3 took two years to release since the first debut trailer came out and Cyberpunk 2077 is bigger in scope then the witcher where you only played a predetermined character with just one single class.

It's good to see CDP Red doing well after the immense success of Witcher 3 and that they are expanding, but I hope they don't grow to big.
 
#91
I'm still playing TW3 and thinking to myself, how did these guys do it? The amount of detail in this open world is mind boggling, nothing I've seen from any game has achived this scale and quality. Still discovering new regions and land, im pretty close to the end too.

Looking forward to playing Heart of Stone soon. Happy to see them doing so well.
 
#96
Deserved success, one of my favourite developers, they are not perfect but they are very passionate about making videogames, and it shows. I know its a long way, but bring Cyberpunk 2077!!