One of the leaders of the CD project spoke about the consequences of changing the developer.
CD Project Red has long been rocked by the belief that a cracked version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for modern consoles of 2015 would arrive later this year, but it wasn’t long after that Release delayed, project joined new team.
Hearing such news, fans may rightly wonder that the new version suffers from what’s called development hell, which in practice means that work is slow, developers often change things, so the look is just a push back and forth. This is a very embarrassing situation, but fortunately the situation with The Witcher 3 could be different.
One of the Vice President of the CD Project, Michal Novakowski also spoke to investors about the state of the Next Generation version and tried to clarify the situation. He claims that articles have already been written on the Internet with the title that the new release has been postponed indefinitely, and accordingly, it may seem that the game has entered some kind of developer hell.
“I want to make it clear that this is not the truth. Many have hinted that we will be leaving next June or something. That is not the case at all.”
Nowakowski made things right.
According to the vice president, no one claimed that the project was too late, it was just that they were going to finish it internally and value their time, which required some consideration. Fortunately, there doesn’t seem to be much work left, as Adam Kiesinski, CEO of the CD Project’s answer to a question, revealed that it doesn’t take many people to finish. It is estimated that approximately 15 developers are working on this issue, and they will receive some outside help. The CEO also made it clear that grabbing the remake of The Witcher 3 won’t hold him back For the next game in the studioK.
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