Geralt of Rivia’s story is ended, the developer has confirmed, and although there might be some sort of other something some other time that revisits the world in which he, uh, witched, CD Projekt is busy with Cyberpunk 2077 now.
Talking to Polish investment website StrefaInwestorow (translated by ResetEra forum member Cornbread78), studio boss Adam Kiciński explains that the Witcher series was always intended to be a trilogy, the third game was a “definitive” conclusion, and there are no plans for a fourth game. CDP retains the intellectual property rights to the franchise, though, and Kiciński acknowledges that fans (and investors) “won’t forgive” them for dropping it entirely. So, I’m guessing The Witch? You read it here first.
In the meantime, work on Cyberpunk 2077 is, forever, ongoing, despite recent failed attempts by lame-o hackers to extort cash for stolen design documents. The game is apparently “much bigger” than the Witcher, says Kiciński, so maybe book
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