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Unreal Engine 5 at the sequel – new studio in Boston planned




Like the next “The Witcher” part, the sequel of “Cyberpunk 2077” should also use the Unreal Engine 5. Additionally, the core team of the post-apocalyptic action RPG will be moving to Boston to set up a new studio there.








The sequel to “Cyberpunk 2077” will be developed on the basis of the Unreal Engine 5 “almost certainly”. About it reported VGC Editor Andy Robinson. By working with Epic Games, CD Projekt RED is hoping for a smoother release than the first part.

As you may recall, the exciting action role-playing game came in one disastrous condition on the market. To avoid something like this in the future, CD Projekt RED no longer wants to rely on the in-house RED engine. Instead, the Unreal Engine 5 should be used to be able to fully concentrate on the development. If there are any problems here, the development team can always contact the employees of Epic Games.

Also the next The Witcher was developed using the Unreal Engine 5. According to CD Projekt RED’s Chief Technical Officer, it will better address the challenges of an open world title. The updates and the opportunity to test new ideas faster are especially useful.

Foundation for the North American team

Currently, most developers are still working on “Phantom Liberty”. Once the DLC comes out over the next year, the core team will move to Boston. Quest Director Paweł Sasko shared this today via twitter With. A new studio will be opened there, which will serve as the “foundation for the North American team”.

For the second part, the lead developer promises: “In cooperation with the Vancouver team and the developers from Warsaw, we will bring you an amazing next game!”


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Aside from a new “Cyberpunk” spin-off, CD Projekt RED is planning a new “The Witcher” trilogy. In addition, two more games are planned, which will be held in the universe of the fantasy series. However, these two projects are created by third-party studios.

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