CD Projekt Red hiring for Witcher 3 and new shooter-RPG

Published on May 14th, 2012

CD Projekt Red hiring for Witcher 3 and new shooter RPGMultiple job listings at CD Projekt Red have revealed that a sequel to The Witcher 2 could be in development at the studio alongside a new shooter-RPG IP.

According to the studio’s website, CD Projekt Red is currently “recruiting [for] two projects”: one being an “RPG in a dark fantasy world”, expected to be The Witcher 3, and the other an “RPG in a brand new setting”.

A gun icon is displayed alongside the latter, suggesting it could be a shooter-based RPG.

CD Projekt Red states that “both are story-driven RPG games for mature players”.

“In order to continue in this spirit our journey within the constantly booming game industry, CD Projekt RED wants to reinforce its existing team with some highly talented and passionate people, who will help us in crafting new amazing projects,” reads a post on the studio’s website.

“Our mature dark-fantasy world is well known around the world, though if you can’t stomach dwarves, elves or sorceresses who put their ample charms on display in Playboy magazine, we’ve got also something special that might be right up your alley!

“We’re looking for people who would rather work on an entirely new and different IP – a vast RPG for which we want to assemble the best possible staff. It represents an opportunity for you to create a grand new project from the ground up!”

CD Projekt Red has previously developed both games in The Witcher series.

It most recently released an Xbox 360 port of The Witcher 2, which launched to a warm critical reception on its release last month. A PS3 port is rumoured to be in development, too.

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