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The Witcher 3: CDPR provides new release windows for next-gene

CD Projekt Red has just announced a new release window for the next gene version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The upgrade is scheduled to land on the PS5 and the Xbox Series consoles this year.

Update from May 19, 2022:

CD Projekt Red had to postpone the next-gen version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt-but now the studio has now spoken out with good news. The long -awaited upgrade for the PS5 and Xbox Series X | s is said to be released this year in the fourth quarter, as CDPR announced on Twitter.

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CD Project Red postpones Next-Gen version of The Witcher 3

Originally, the Next-Gen version of The Witcher 3 was supposed to appear in the second half of 2021, but the revision of the role-playing game was then postponed to the second quarter of 2022. But CD Project Red apparently cannot adhere to this appointment.

As the team announces about the official The Witcher Twitter account, it has been decided to have the Next-Gen version developed by the internal development team **. Before that, this work was with the Sabre Interactive team, which, among other things, also produced the Switch version of The Witcher 3.

“We decided to have the remaining work on the Next-Gen version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt by our internal development team. We currently evaluate the scope of the work to be carried out and therefore have to postpone the publication of Q2 until further notice. We will keep you up to date as soon as possible. We thank you for your understanding. “

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Fans discover reason for the change of studio

Why the team decided to end the cooperation with the previous developer Sabre Interactive ** and to complete the development on their own.

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Some fans then researched a little and found out why CD Project Red probably gave the team from Sabre Interactive: The company has its official seat in the USA, The main studio is located in Russia . Due to the continued conflict between Ukraine and Russia, it is reasonable to assume that CD Projekt Red has therefore terminated the cooperation with the Russian studio.

An official statement on the part of the CD Project Red is still pending. So far it has only been a guess of the fans , which, however, sounds very plausible. However, it is quite possible that the Polish studio ended the cooperation with Sabre Interactive for other reasons. As soon as there is news, we will provide you with the appropriate information.