CD Project Red makes a return to discuss The Witcher Sirius' co-op multiplayer project, especially in the wake of reports that the project would be phased out due to a "reevaluation" of the Witcher Sirius.
During the last closed-door discussion, the company's CEO and CFO (respectively, Adam Kicinski and Piotr Nielubowicz) expressed their opinions on the above statements, stating that they were aware that "it is unfortunate to hear from a business that a project has been revisited, but, at the same time, we must keep up."
The desire for a fresh videogame formula developed by the creators of the The Witcher saga would have kicked off the series of tweaks recently made. "To remain in command and on track, especially with a new design, developed by a new studio in our family, it is better to reduce costs in advance and restart," said the same executives of CD Project Red.
"We must be able to re-evaluate our original ideas even when development work is already underway." These statements, which underscore the need for a change of course considered to be fundamental for the development of this new project, might strengthen speculations that The Witcher Sirius may be going solo and to Japan, although there is no official information for now.