CD projekt RED hires, already working on a new triple A game?

CD projekt RED hires, already working on a new triple A game?

CD projekt RED hires

CD Projekt RED, as you well know, hasn't had a great time. After the launch of Cyberpunk 2077, the Polish company has suffered from all kinds of criticism that still today have caused big wounds that are difficult to heal in the short term. The work still continues to have serious problems despite the huge amount of patches released over the months, problems that Sony is constantly monitoring, evaluating day after day whether to re-insert it within its famous online store.

To date, it seems that Cyberpunk 2077 still needs some time to become what CD Projekt RED itself has sponsored over the years. It remains entirely plausible that this will happen when the patch upgrade for next gen consoles is released later this year. In these hours, however, it seems that the Polish company is starting to look towards the future by publishing a job advertisement for a mysterious triple A project on its Linkedin profile.

“CD Projekt RED is looking for a talented and passionate Gameplay Designer who joins the team in Warsaw and works best on a triple A RPG cross-platform game. If you feel ready to accept this challenge, do not hesitate to contact us. " This is the post that can be read on the profile of the Polish company. There is no additional information about it but it is likely that the company is already thinking about its next project.

We think it turns out anyway. quite hasty to work on a new IP and for this reason we think that the hypothesis of some big Cyberpunk 2077 DLC may be the most plausible one. We will therefore see if the Polish company is able to give us some additional information regarding this mysterious project. Waiting for that day, we invite you as usual to stay tuned to our pages.

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Hitman Dev IO Hires Cyberpunk 2077's Lead Gameplay Designer And Former Battlefield Dev

Hitman developer IO Interactive has hired two prominent game developers to support its upcoming projects across the Hitman franchise, as well as the new James Bond game and the studio's unannounced original IP.

Rasmus Hojengaard is now the studio design director, and in that role, he will lead and shape every project that IO Interactive is working on. It's a homecoming of sorts for Hojengaard, as he was previously the game director on 2006's Hitman Blood Money. He left IO to join DICE, where he worked on the Star Wars Battlefront, Battlefield, and Mirror's Edge franchises. Most recently, he was at Rocksteady Studios, the developer of the Batman Arkham series.

The other new hire is Andrzej Zawadzki, who left The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt Red to join IO. He was the lead gameplay designer on Cyberpunk 2077.

At IO, Zawadzki takes on the role of senior game designer for the studio's unannounced IP. 'His experience, drive and imagination will be a crucial part of establishing a completely new universe,' the studio said in a blog post.

This new IP is said to be a fantasy game with dragons that could be an Xbox-exclusive, though IO has yet to announce any details officially.

IO also mentioned that Hojengaard and Zawadzki are just two of the new hires at the company. The studio also hired 'other top talent' at its studios in Copenhagen, Malmo, and Barcelona. 'All of the IO Interactive studios will make a significant impact to all projects,' the studio said.

IO's latest game is Hitman 3, which continues to get new DLC, the latest of which was the Season of Pride.

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