- CD Projekt, the Polish games developer behind “The Witcher” series and “Cyberpunk 2077,” has denied rumours that it is for sale and wants to remain independent, according to CEO Adam Kicinski.
- Despite facing significant criticism upon release due to a large number of bugs and glitches in “Cyberpunk 2077”, CD Projekt reported a 1% year-on-year rise in quarterly net profit, reaching 69.7 million zlotys ($16.8 million).
- CD Projekt remains a popular and respected game developer, committed to creating high-quality games and not willing to compromise its values for the sake of a quick sale.
In a recent announcement, CD Projekt’s CEO has confirmed that the company is not available for sale. After rumors spread that the gaming giant was considering an acquisition deal with another industry player, the CEO stepped forward to clarify the situation.
During the announcement, the CEO stated that “CD Projekt is an independent company, and we intend to keep it that way.” He emphasized the team’s commitment to the company’s core values and its mission to create immersive, story-driven gaming experiences that resonate with players.
The CEO also hinted at upcoming projects and expansions planned for the future, stating that CD Projekt’s focus is on “continuing to innovate and push the envelope in the gaming industry.” With its recent success with games like The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, the company’s future looks bright.
Fans of CD Projekt and the gaming community at large can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that the company’s independence and creative direction will remain intact. As CD Projekt’s CEO stated, “We’re thrilled to continue building on our legacy of storytelling and creating unforgettable gaming experiences for players around the world.”