The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition can easily offer its players 100 hours or more of enjoyment, but there's always room for more, right?
It would appear that developer CD Projekt Red is already cracking on with the next instalment in The Witcher franchise, as studio president Adam Kiciński offered a pretty revealing hint in a recent company meeting. As reported by Polish website Stooq, Kiciński was asked about what the company is planning after the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077; his response noted that an unannounced single-player title was already in the works.
Kiciński explains that CD Projekt Red has two "worlds," and that "within these worlds [they] want to create games, therefore all the games planned so far are either Witcher or Cyberpunk."
CD Projekt Red has previously revealed the next major Witcher title probably won't have you playing as Geralt and will likely be called something other than 'The Witcher 4'. As noted by our friends over at Push Square, it also seems like it won't be handled by CD Projekt Red's main team, but rather the company's smaller studio. With all of this info doing the rounds already, it seems pretty likely that the game Kiciński is talking about is indeed something new for The Witcher.
Of course, for Nintendo fans, the next question concerns this theoretical game's destined platforms. It's been wonderful having The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition on Switch, but would a brand new entry in the series also make it to the hybrid machine? We'll have to wait and see on that one.