A cold day, just got colder

Star Wars fans raised the grim flag of The Empire today at CD Projekt RED (Fot. M.Sosnowski)

It’s unusual to see snow falling in April, but this year winter isn’t coming to Warsaw – it’s here to stay. And this cold day just got colder: yesterday one of the most cherished game-development studios was closed. Many of us grew up with games developed by LucasArts, and to honor all the talented people who worked there, some REDs decided to talk about their favorite games from the developer. Let this trip down Memory Lane be our way of saying “thank you.”

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Apr4

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Announcing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt!

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has graced the March cover of Game Informer magazine. Be sure to visit gameinformer.com for exclusive, new information regarding our upcoming RPG. There will be a lot of info released in the upcoming days, so stay tuned.

Feb5

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Cyberpunk 2077 first teaser trailer – Night City needs you

Even the knight in our studio wants to be a Psycho Squad member after watching yesterday’s teaser trailer for Cyberpunk 2077. (Fot. M.Sosnowski)

Yesterday our first trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 spread through the web. Our friends from Platige Image helped us achieve a unique artistic vision, which really corresponds with the spirit of cyberpunk. Attitude is everything – and your reactions show that spirits are high for our upcoming game. Read more »

Jan11

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Happy Holidays from CD Projekt RED

There are a lot of quests for you in 2013, we’re sure. Before you embark on your adventures, though, we would like to give you our best wishes and let you know we hope you will have:
- a great party of friends who will accompany you wherever you go
- unforgettable memories to fill your journal with
- a chance to unlock all of your achievements that you’re working on
- the might to vanquish all of the nasty critters in your life
Happy Holidays from us to you!
CD Projekt RED

Dec24

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The devil is in the details

To fully understand our work, I believe it is important to explain the difference between story design and quest design at CDPR. The story design department operates mostly from a macro perspective of game storyline – what should be the main focus in game, what characters would be most interesting to introduce in game, what regions should the action take place in, who should be our main antagonist, etc. Read more »

Dec14

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